Thursday, November 29 and Wednesday, November 30th, 2018 – 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
NLCA Office Classroom, 397 Stavanger Drive, Suite 202, St. John’s
AGC LCEP Units 5, 6 & 7 – presented by Megan Stanton, AGC – Lean Construction Consultant
The Lean Construction Institute of Canada (LCI-C) is dedicated to transforming the building industry in Canada by changing how projects are planned, designed, managed, and constructed, in all forms of project delivery.
Lean principles, when utilized in construction, can help deliver projects more efficiently, while enhancing productivity, and improving profitability throughout the construction project. Lean Construction has demonstrated its ability to minimize costs and maximize value for all project participants.
To help the Canadian building industry learn more about Lean construction, and to foster a new culture of continuous improvement in the planning, design and construction industry, LCI-C is pleased to offer AGC’s Lean Construction Education Program.
Unit 5 – Lean Supply Chain and Assembly
• Differentiate between traditional procurement practices and lean supply chain applications;
• Identify waste and value‐adding activities within the supply chain and assembly;
• Evaluate the impact of using lean supply chain on waste elimination, continuous flow and site operations pull
• Identify strategies needed at the project and company levels to support the lean supply chain;
• List examples of process improvements to the lean supply chain;
• Expand lean beyond the individual project; and
• Create a value stream map to diagnose and improve the supply chain.
Unit 6 – Lean Design and Pre‐Construction
• Distinguish between the varying definitions for design.
• Define value and commonly used methods to maximize it.
• Discuss waste and commonly used methods to minimize it.
• Differentiate between traditional project methods and lean design.
• Explain the various lean tools used in design and how to deploy them.
Unit 7 – Problem‐Solving Principles and Tools
• Define the difference between traditional and lean problem solving.
• Describe how to create a team environment to solve problems.
• Explain how to create trust to avoid problems.
• Describe Observation Walks.
• Identify root causes of problems.
Units 5,6 & 7 represent a two-day course. Upon successful completion, participants are entitled to apply for one (2) Gold Seal credits.
Please click here to download the registration form. Or Select the register button below.
This course is subsidized by the Canada Job Grant for members of NLCA. The subsidy has been applied to the course cost already. Non-members may register at the full course cost.