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LCI-UK events 2016

When: Wed 26th Oct 2016 until Fri 28th Oct 2016 Where: Birmingham Metropolitan College Registration closed

Welcome to the website and booking system for the annual LCI-UK events in Birmingham. 

The Training Day and Summit are being held at Matthew Boulton College, Jenners Road, Birmingham, B4 7PS

 

Both days begin with registration and coffee from 8am. 

The College is within easy walking distance of Birmingham New Street Station (20mins) and Moor Street Station (10mins).

Training Day Wednesday 26th October 2016, with morning and afternoon workshops led by industry experts.  The workshops cover a wide range of topics, and are suitable for beginners or the more experienced Lean practitioner.  On the Training Day page there are details for each workshop - you will be prompted to chose workshops during the booking process. You can download a detailed workshops list here , with details of what you will learn and details of the facilitators for each session. 

You can download the full Training Day brochure  here - this contains workshop details as well as the programme, information about the facilitators, booking and travel information.

Pre Summit Dinner Wednesday 26th October 2016, which is held at Hotel La-Tour, a three course meal with vegetarian options. The dinner is now FULLY BOOKED.  For those of you who have booked tickets for the dinner, this begins with a dinks reception in the conference lounge of Hotel La Tour at 7pm, followed by dinner at 7.30pm.  We look forward to seeing you there. 

LCI-UK Summit Thursday 27th October 2016 - this year, the theme of the Summit is Engaging People in Lean Transformation, and in the afternoon there will be a particular focus on "Lean at the Leading Edge in Construction" exploring how innovators are breaking new ground using Lean principles in design, procurement and other areas.

You can download the full Summit brochure  here - this has information about the Small Group Sessions, keynote speakers, timetable for the day, booking and travel information.

Download the Summit brochure with details of keynotes, Small Group workshop sessions and the programme - a list of the sessions can be found on the Summit page, and you will be prompted to make your choices during the booking process.

As ever, the Summit will feature impressive keynote speakers, small group and active networking sessions; Engaging People in Lean Transformation is an issue that affects everyone in UK construction. 

Click here to see the video of Summit 2015

If you are an LCI-UK member or a member organisation of CE or CIRIA and have not received your discount code please contact rebecca.johns@leanconstruction.org.uk.

A limited number of full time students on a recoginsed Lean Construction programme of study are eligible for a free place at either the Training Day or the Summit.  If you would like to be considered for one of these places, please email rebecca.johns@leanconstruction.org.uk with your full name and details of your course.

If you have any questions about these events or require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us admin@leanconstruction.org.uk

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Developing Lean Expertise - The LCI-UK Lean Construction Training Day

Wednesday 26th October 2016

The LCI-UK Training Day on 26th October 2016 is a day of intensive workshops designed to increase your knowledge and experience of implementing Lean in construction.

A range of practitioner led workshops will be on offer on topics such as Collaborative Planning, Visual Management, Developing & Deploying Lean Leaders, Embedding Lean Thinking, The Improvement Kata, and an Introduction to Lean in Construction. Delegates at the Training Day can choose a 3-hour morning workshop, and a 3-hour afternoon workshop.  

The emphasis of each workshop is the practical application of Lean, and each facilitator will share case studies and examples from the field. The workshops will be interacive and equip you with tips, ideas and starting points to take back to your business. 

Click here for a detailed list of the workshops , with descriptions, information on learning outcomes and biographies of the facilitators.

 The full Training Day brochure  can also be downloaded.

Morning Workshops

Introduction to Lean (Part One, Lean techniques, an introduction) Stephen Greenhalgh (Highways England) and Craig Wilkinson (Highways England)

The Improvement Kata for Lean Projects David Binnerts (Odintakt) and Adrienne Madsen (Odintakt)

Visualisation and control rooms John Bilsland (Network Rail)

Lean Collaborative Planning Process and Programme Compression Andrew Moore (Rubicon Wigzell) & Alistair Melville (Costain)

Lean at the coalface empowering the workforce Graeme Shaw (TfL)

Developing & deploying lean leaders throughout the business David Anderson (BAM Nuttall) and Stuart Willis (BAM Nuttall)

 

Afternoon Workshops

Introduction to Lean (Part Two, understanding Lean deployment in a large organisation) Derek Dysdale (LCI-UK),Stephen Greenhalgh (Highways England) and Craig Wilkinson (Highways England)

Marketing and Communicating Lean Lynne Hamilton (Mott MacDonald) & Holly Wilson (Skanska)

Lean Collaborative Planning Process and Programme Compression Andrew Moore (Rubicon Wigzell) & Alistair Melville (Costain)

Lean at the coalface empowering the workforce Graeme Shaw (TfL)

Developing & deploying lean leaders throughout the business David Anderson (BAM Nuttall) and Stuart Willis (BAM Nuttall) 

The Basics of Value Stream Optimisation Sofia Albohaithi (Hilti) and Kostas Kefalakis (Hilti)

 

If you are a Lean novice we recommend the workshops Introduction to Lean Construction, if you already have some grasp of Lean and would like to increase your knowledge and experience in specific aspects then there is a wide range of workshops to choose from.

You will be prompted to chose your workshops during the booking process.

 

 

 

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We are looking forward to welcoming those of you who have booked, to the LCI-UK Pre Summit Dinner on Wednesday 26th October at Hotel La Tour, Birmingham. 

The evening begins with a drinks reception at 7pm in the conference lounge, followed by dinner at 7.30pm. 

The dinner is now FULLY BOOKED.  If you wish to add your name to the waiting list please email rebecca.johns@leanconstruction.org.uk. 

The LCI-UK 2016 Pre-Summit Dinner will take place at the Hotel LaTour, Birmingham on Wednesday 26th October.

The Pre-Summit Dinner has always been an important part of the annual event, and is a great opportunity to network with some of the major players and most innovative thinkers in the UK construction industry.

As ever the dinner will feature a welcome from an LCI-UK Director, and a short speech by a recognised Lean expert, both aimed at starting discussions and raising questions ahead of the Summit itself.

The Hotel LaTour is directly opposite the Matthew Boulton Campus of Birmingham Metropolitan College, where the Summit is to be held.

The dinner costs just £60 per head, including wine and coffee, or £550 for a table of ten, but numbers are limited.

 

Menu: Ham hock with pickled leaves, new potatoes, egg & capers in a light wholegrain dressing

Chicken supreme, glazed baby onions, smoked bacon & mushrooms with red wine jus

Chocolate tart with pistachios, vanilla cream

Coffee & Mints

 

Vegetarian menu: Leek & potato soup with chive creme fraiche

Butternut squash gnocchi, asparagus, parmesan and sage cream

Chocolate tart with pistachios, vanilla cream

Coffee & Mints

 

 

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The LCI-UK Summit 2016 on Thursday includes keynote speakers, discussion, networking & workshop sessions to share expertise, practical applications and trends. The theme is Engaging people in Lean Transformation.

Transforming the way businesses perform often requires many operational and strategic aspects to be reviewed and improved; however, the engagement of people in the change process is a fundamental part of business transformation that is often neglected. The climate and culture of your organisation will have a major influence of the timescale and success of any transformation programme, so this years theme for the LCI-UK Summit 2016 Engaging people in Lean Transformation is relevant to construction professionals working in all areas of construction.

This years keynote speakers Will Lichtig (The Boldt Company), Jaimie Johnston (Bryden Wood), Patrick O'Connell (Hilti Europe) and Chris Montgomery (Network Rail) will explore such areas as Lean leadership, people capability, skills and behaviours.  The Small Group Sessions give you the opportunity to engage with experts in specific areas of Lean Transformation, learn about new approaches, explore case study material and develop your own understanding of the area.

Lean requires engagement, it cannot succeed without it. People are the common denominator in all transformation - so how can you make this your competitive advantage?  

A list of the Small Group Sessions is given below, but more detailed information on the Keynote speakers, timetable and Small Group Sessions can be found in the Summit brochure  here.

Small Group Session 1

Engaging People in Lean Transformation - Emma Whigham (People & Transformation Lead, Atkins Global) and Marc Sylvester (Spitfire Consultancy)  FULL 

Reliable Work Plans - Leveraging Technology to Engage and Connect - Ken Stowe (Worldwide Construction Business Development Executive, Autodesk, Inc.) and Phil Richardson (BIM Deployment Specialist, BAM Nuttall)                

Rolling out Lean on a 1.5 billion pound Construction Project - A14 Huntingdon to Cambridge Improvement Project - Sally Coultas-Paul (Lean Performance Engineer, Balfour Beatty)

A model for Lean Leadership - Rob Walley (Partner, Bourton Group LLP)

Anfield - Lean helping Liverpool FC to construct their new Main Stand - Sharon Coley (OpX Manager, Carillion)

Why Production Control is essential for Lean  Andy Fielding (Performance Manager, Costain) and Gavin Pearce (Production Control Manager, Costain)

Lean: The Uphill Struggle. The uncut truth about a day in the life of a practitioner - Natalie Brooks (Admin Assistant, Manchester Smart Motorways) and Katie Jones (Lean Manager, Manchester smart motorways)

Oxfordshire Highways transformation project - Steve Smith (Project Manager, Oxfordshire County Council) and Jason Pugh (Head of Operational Excellence, Skanska)

Theory of Lean construction - Lauri Koskela (Professor, University of Huddersfield)

Implementation of Information & Communication Technologies to Lean Project Management - Juan Felipe Pons Achell (CEO, Think in Lean)

How innovative contractual models promote Lean - Will Lichtig (Vice President, The Boldt Company)

The Improvement Kata - an introduction - David Binnerts (Odintakt)

 

Small Group Session 2

Optimizing the Production System  - Leveraging tools for less rework, more prefabrication and just-in-time delivery - Ken Stowe (Worldwide Construction Business Development Executive, Autodesk, Inc.) and Jason Pink (Construction Director, BAM Construction - North East)

Rolling out Lean on a 1.5 billion pound Construction Project - A14 Huntingdon to Cambridge Improvement Project - Sally Coultas-Paul (Lean Performance Engineer, Balfour Beatty)

How do you successfully engage people in a Lean environment? - Arran McDonald (Senior Consultant, Bourton Group LLP)

Concrete Step Barrier improvements on the A1 L2B - Darren Ruane (Senior OpX Manager, Carillion) and Shaun Todd (OpX Manager, Carillion)

Why Production Control is essential for Lean  Andy Fielding (Performance Manager, Costain) and Gavin Pearce (Production Control Manager, Costain)

Driving out waste at 50 miles per hour on Manchester Smart Motorways - Greg Mooney (Lean Engineer, Manchester Smart Motorways) and Richard Jones (Engineering Manager, Manchester Smart Motorways)

Introducing a Lean Culture in House-building - Stephen Gallagher (Lean Construction Manager, McCarthy & Stone)

Communicating Lean - Lynne Hamilton (Associate, Mott MacDonald)

Why doesnt Construction engage with Lean transformation?  - Kudzai Mungate (Knowledge and Innovation Manager, Skanska) and Ian Hollas (Business Improvement Manager, Skanska)

Common Understanding: the 8th Flow of Lean Construction - Christine Pasquire (Professor of Lean Project Management, Nottingham Trent University) 

Critical Success Factors for Lean Construction Interventions - Steve Ward (MD, Lean Construct Ltd)

Lean @ Hilti "How we work" - Patrick O'Connell (Head of Logistics Northern Europe, Hilti) and Kostas Kefalakis (Hilti) 

 

Small Group Session 3

The Impact of Integrating Lean and BIM (and Selecting the most Powerful KPIs to Track) - Ken Stowe (Worldwide Construction Business Development Executive, Autodesk, Inc.) and Martin Luff (Framework Design Manager, MWH Global)

High Performance and Reliability in Organisations - Ken Powell (Senior Consultant, Bourton Group LLP) 

A1 L2B - The value of BIM in applying Lean thinking - Darren Ruane (Senior OpX Manager, Carillion) and Shaun Todd (OpX Manager, Carillion)

The Challenge of Lean in a Tier Two Supplier - Jamie Bowen (National Business Process & SHEQ Manager, Chevron Traffic Management)

A Programme Approach to Using Production Management in Design - with the Aid of BIM360 Plan Software - Robin Torres-Hendrich (Lean Consultant, Jacobs Engineering)

Engaging People & Driving Business Performance through Visualisation - John Bilsland (Lean Lead, Network Rail)   FULL 

Mobilising & improving the Peterborough Highways Services contract - Robert Powell (Operational Excellence Leader, Skanska)

Lean Journey through Highways England Business Plan - Z eeshan Aziz (Senior Lecturer, University of Salford)

Damage Control - Danny Lucas (Managing Director, Lucas)

Behavioural change - the missing ingredient in Lean Construction - Steve Clark (Managing Consultant, Turner & Townsend Suiko) and the Millan Martin (Engineering Director, Taylor Woodrow)  FULL 

Identifying Lean in Design & Construction to engage the UK Goverment  in using Lean to meet 2020 Construction Targets - David Adamson (Architect, Sellafield Ltd)

The Value of Shared Awareness - Chris Wearne (Head of Lean and Collaborative Planning, CH2M)

 

 

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Chris Montgomery is Programme Director for Network Rail (Northern Programme of works), creating a new regional unit to deliver the schemes which will better connect the six major cities of the north, cutting journey times and electrifying the Trans Pennine Route. Prior to this, Chris was the Project Director for the £750m refurbishment of Birmingham New Street station which transformed the station into the iconic building, opened in September 2015. A Chartered Engineer with vast experience of the UK contracting industry, Chris has a proven track record of delivering complex and demanding projects and leading teams from the front. Prior to joining Network Rail, Chris built a successful career at Birse becoming Managing Director of Birse Rail and working on a wide range of civil engineering and railway projects including the upgrade of the West Coast Main Line.

 ˜New Street Station The benefits of Lean Engagement 

 

  

  Will Lichtig , Executive Vice President, The Boldt Company 

Will Lichtig is an internationally recognized leader in the lean and integrated project delivery movements.  He has been at the forefront in the development of Integrated Lean Project Delivery® process.  He is a Board member and past Chairman of the Lean Construction Institute. 

In his role with The Boldt Company, Will has worked with teams to develop and implement lean process for target value design, lean production planning and control, Built in Quality, lean problem solving, and other key processes that provide innovative approaches to project delivery. He also provides leadership coaching to project teams as they develop the wherewithal to deliver projects using lean methods. 

His innovative efforts were recognized by ENR Magazine, which honored him as an "ENR Newsmaker" for 2007.  He was also recognized by the Lean Construction Institute in 2012 with its œPioneer Award and was elected in 2016 to the U.S. National Academy of Construction.

The Boldt Companys Lean Journey:  From Tools to Trasformation

The Boldt Company was founded in 1889 and began its Lean journey in 1998.  Its initial efforts at implementing Lean have evolved into a œtransformation effort, focusing on building people in order to become a Lean enterprise.  Whilst it is still essential for people to learn the basics of Lean thinking, the real potential is being released as a result of creating a network of disciplined problem solvers.

 

  

 

  Patrick O'Connell , Head of Logistics Northern Europe, Hilti 

Hilti Corporation is a global leader in construction tool and consumables in over 180 countries worldwide; as Head of Logistics for Northern Europe, Patrick O'Connell is responsible for all logistics operations and strategy implementation, including the Lean activities across all departments in the region.  He started his career with Hilti in 2007 as Director of Distribution Operations in North America, before relocating to Germany and taking responsibility for a similar role in Central Europe.  Whilst in Germany, Patrick supported the development of the regional fulfilment approach across multiple countries before moving to the UK in 2014.

Patrick received his undergraduate degree in Logistics from Georgia Southern University, USA in 1999, and subsequently an MBA from University of Georgia, USA in 2004.

The Hilti Business Model - Driving Sustainable Value Creation

Exploring Hilti's core purpose "We passionately create enthusiastic customers and build a better future". We will share how Hilti's business model supports engagement of our customers and our team members. Sharing some key examples of how we are creating solutions to eliminate waste on the job site and the culture that supports these solutions.

 

  

  Jaimie Johnston , Director, BrydenWood Associates

Jaimie Johnston is the Head of Global Systems at Bryden Wood this includes both physical systems (design for manufacture solutions for healthcare, education, aviation, pharmaceutical and infrastructure projects) and information systems (data analysis, digital delivery and BIM) for projects in the UK, Europe, Russia and Singapore. Jaimie is a member of the UK Government Cabinet Office BIM Core Team and has worked on a number of large projects such as London Heathrow Terminal 5, Terminal 2 and major frameworks for clients including GlaxoSmithKline, the Metropolitan Police Authority, the Ministry of Justice, London 2012 Olympics and the Circle rollout of private hospitals.

 End to End Engagement - from Business Case to Delivery

   

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