Leading Edge Project Delivery Interactive Workshop
- Collaborative Design and Construction
- Lean Principles
- Target Value Design
Employing leading-edge approaches to project delivery can help improve quality, productivity, profitability, and client satisfaction. Join us to learn more about these project delivery trends from industry leaders who use them every day.
Jointly presented by:
Tuesday, October 31, 2017 – The Norwood Hotel, 112 Marion Street, Winnipeg, MB
8:00 am – 8:30 am: Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30 am – 4:00 pm: Workshop
For: Principals, Managers, Project Managers and Aspiring Leaders
- Collaborative Design and Construction – Collaboration is different from cooperation and its processes are designed to leverage the skills of the entire team. Imagine an orchestra of talented musicians. In order to achieve synergy and harmony you require a score and a conductor. The collaborative process is the score, the project leader the conductor.
- Lean – Lean is about eliminating waste and achieving better project outcomes. There are many benefits of “building LEAN”, such as higher quality, superior customer satisfaction, improved productivity, and greater profitability.
- Target Value Design (TVD) – We’ve all climbed the “mountain of despair” when the estimated cost of a project exceeds the client’s budget. This leads to a series of cost cutting measures, which inevitably includes scope reductions “getting less for less”. The TVD process is designed to avoid that and to maximize the value of the client’s capital expenditure.
Led by: Carmine Militano, P. Eng.; Senior Vice President, Principal, Bockstael Construction Limited and Markku Allison, AIA; Director of Engagement and Innovation, Chandos Construction; President, IPDA
Employees of ACEC Manitoba and/or IPDA member firms: $345 + GST
Employees of non-member firms: $395 + GST
Cost includes continental breakfast, lunch and course materials. Please register below. For questions regarding registration please contact Kerri Hiebert at email@example.com
IPDA is a not-for-profit action-oriented alliance of like-minded companies coming together to create solid foundations for collective success. Founded in February 2015, governed by a board of directors elected by its members, IPDA explores and supports emergent practices demonstrating enhanced industry outcomes and provides a forum for the exchange of knowledge. IPDA’s policies and resources are vetted by a diverse group of practitioners including the owner, architectural, engineering and contracting communities of practice.
For further event details, please contact:
Owen Van Walleghem, PD Committee Chair