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Picture of the productThe Leadership Roles and Responsibilities of Top Management

Implementing Lean Construction as a business operating system in an organization represents a powerful improvement opportunity, which requires company-wide change, especially for top management.

Few organizations understand that a successful and sustainable Lean implementation starts with an ironclad commitment from the top. Rather, these organizations believe that top management’s role is to give a one-time “blessing” to Lean and hand the Lean task to a Lean Facilitator or Champion. The end result of this type of implementation is a low performing or failed implementation with a litany of justifications for why their Lean implementation failed; “Lean doesn’t apply to construction,” “Our suppliers and trade partners are not doing Lean,” “This is not automotive production, all of our projects are one-offs,” “The unions are stopping us,” etc. The bottom line is this: Success or failure with Lean is the result of continuous, active engagement by top management.

This webinar will discuss and explain the Lean Leadership principles that top management must use in their attitude and actions to support the development of a Lean Culture. Actual company examples will be discussed.



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Picture of the productGetting Started with your BIM Implementiation Plan

So you're ready to kickstart BIM in your organization. You want to 'begin with the end in mind', but where do you even begin?

In this webinar, Nathan Wood of DPR Construction and Robert Yori of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill will share their thoughts on key items to consider when starting your plan. Topics will include:

  • Determining what types of information will be useful
  • Prioritizing objectives to encourage success
  • Encouraging and motivating teams to change

Learning Objectives:

1. Understand BIM as it relates to information management
2. Recognize the different types of information pertinent to different stakeholders and project phases
3. Identify three key objectives for your implementation



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Picture of the productLean Problem Solving to Improve Contractors Operations
The concept of Lean has streamlined many processes in construction. Lean delivers projects more efficiently, reduces cost and waste, but how can it help you solve issues in the field? Join Ted Angelo, Executive Vice President of Grunau Company and Mark Federle, McShane Chair of Construction Engineering at Marquette University, as they give you the tools to solve problems in a Lean method. Participants will specifically cover how to apply the A3 problem solving tool in situations that you face on a daily basis.

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Picture of the productThe Role of Communication in Supporting the Development
The Role of Communication in Supporting the Development of a Lean Culture

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Picture of the productPractical Applications of Lean Concepts in the Field


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Consumer wearable devices are growing in popularity but have yet to take hold in the business world. A handful of construction companies are experimenting with wearable devices, but many lack a clear direction or strategy on how these technologies can be implemented for profitability. In this presentation, James Benham, a technologist with extensive experience in developing business applications for wearable devices, discusses how builders can combine BIM and wearable technology on construction projects today. By exploring current hardware and software for augmented reality, virtual reality, micro-location and BIM, Benham makes the case for why builders should be applying these technologies today to be ready when the next generation of these technologies becomes available.

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Picture of the productThe New Confined Spaces in Construction: What´s Different?
The new confined spaces in construction standard is similar in content and organization to the general industry confined spaces standard, but also incorporates several provisions from the proposed rule to address construction-specific hazards, accounts for advancements in technology, and incorporates letters of interpretation issued for the general industry standard. This webinar is the first of a two part webinar series. Please join us to learn the key differences between the construction standard and the general industry standard which many in the construction industry implemented to some degree.

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Picture of the productThe New Confined Spaces in Construction: The Big Picture Web
OSHA is adding a new subpart (Subpart AA) to provide protections to employees working in confined spaces in construction. This new subpart replaces OSHA's one training requirement for confined space work with a comprehensive standard that includes a permit program designed to protect employees from exposure to many hazards associated with work in confined spaces, including atmospheric and physical hazards. Please join us for our second webinar of our two part series and learn what those hazards might be and how to address them.

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Picture of the productIndustry Application of Paul Akers’ 2 Second Lean
Changing a company culture is probably one of the most difficult challenges a CEO and top management will have in the construction industry. 2 Second Lean is a refreshing story of how Paul Akers’ company made the breakthrough to a truly lean culture. His challenges will resonate with the experienced Lean practitioner and is a great roadmap for those just starting their lean journey. Join Remo Mastroianni and Jeff Creighton of Walbridge as they present their experience implementing concepts in Paul Akers’ book and dive into real-life construction examples of what can be accomplished when you train employees to “see waste,” set expectations for continuous improvement, allow employees to make small changes, and communicate those changes and sharing lessons learned. With any long lasting change in an organization, it takes passion and relentless perseverance to nurture the desired outcome.

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Picture of the productUnderstanding the Fine Print… Contract Clauses Contractors M
There are certain contract provisions that can make or break a project for contractors. Knowing how to identify these critical clauses, and knowing how to revise them, when necessary, is vital to help ensure project profitability. Two top-tier, legal professionals in the construction industry discuss a number of contract provisions that are essential to contractor success. They review and analyze key requirements, and how various contracts address key risk allocation issues, so that you know how to best protect yourself in the future. The ConsensusDocs 200 Owner and Contractor Agreement and the ConsensusDocs 750 Contractor and Subcontractor Agreement are used to illustrate best practice risk allocation. This is Part I in a two-part series. Join Part II live by registering

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