Event #7 – DPS Event

Videos from the event are at the bottom of this page.

LCI Ireland Community of Practice presents

Lean Project Delivery – Going from Good To Great
Date: Wednesday, June 24th, 2015
Time: 6:00 to 9:30pm
Location: The Clarion Hotel, Liffey Valley, Lucan, Dublin

The Lean Construction Institute (LCI) Ireland Community of Practice (CoP) are delighted to announce Lean Project Delivery – Going from Good to Great with keynote speakers John McGowan and Lynne Hamilton. The event will take place in The Clarion Hotel, Liffey Valley, Lucan, Dublin at 6.00pm, Wednesday June 24th 2015 – kindly sponsored by DPS. Participation is free. However, places are limited and online registration is required.
• 18:00 Registration (tea, coffee and finger food) and Waste identification walk
• 18:30 Welcome
• 18:45 Keynote Speech 1:– Lean in the context of digitising Construction – John McGowan
• 19:10 Keynote Speech 2: – Building lean partnership and sustainability – Lynne Hamilton
• 19:35 Refreshments and Transition to workshops
• 19:45 Workshop: Waste Walks, Direct Observation, PDCA, Zero Snag projects
• 20:40 LCI core team update – Core team tactics and review
• 21:00 Q&A, Networking and Closing
Biographies:

John McGowan – An engineering graduate from UCG and TCD, John’s long career has spanned leadership positions of technical, project management, administration, facility management, consulting and strategic management roles. He has previously worked in Jacobs, Intel and Michael McNamara’s. He was President of Engineers Ireland in 2007 and currently acts as a non-exec director of various engineering companies, including DPS, and, until recently, CITA. His career has given him a deep insight into the power of digitisation and how to implement change.

Lynne Hamilton – ‎ Starting with Skanska in 2007 as Quality Manager auditing and coaching site teams and developing improvement initiatives, Lynne moved into the role of Lean Engineer with the Anglian Water @one Alliance in 2010. Working on a number of Lean process improvements to reduce waste and increase efficiency, over £100m of savings have been achieved since the beginning of AMP5.

Collaborative Planning for Lean success– ‎ Sean Bradley of Farrans Construction Group will outline their journey of implementing lean through collaborative planning, Lean thinking and the proliferation of lean into their supply chain to maximise success.

Breakout sessions –
Waste walks – ‎ the primary driver of continuous improvement in any project is the identification and removal of all types of waste. This workshop will outline the transition of JEG engineering from good to great by the implementation of a Waste Walk program. The workshop will outline the benefits that JEG engineering have achieved and a process that can be implemented in your organisation.

Direct Observation – ‎ over 30% of every activity carried out by trades and crafts is non value added. Gerry Walsh will outline how mercury engineering have significantly improved their productivity by utilizing direct observations to identify and remove productivity impacts.

Plan, Do, Check, Act – ‎ the Lean PDCA process of measuring, standardizing and acting on interruptions in a project has been proven to reduce schedule duration, costs and improve quality on all projects. Richard Casey of DPS Advanced technology Group will outline how PDCA can be implemented in all aspects of the construction project cycle and the improvements that can be gained.

Collaborative Planning for Lean success– ‎ Sean Bradley of Farrans Construction Group will outline their journey of implementing lean through collaborative planning, Lean thinking and the proliferation of lean into their supply chain to maximise success.

Presentations from Farrans Construction Keynote:

Newsletter-Issue-3.pdf

Newsletter-Issue-4.pdf

Newsletter-Issue-5.pdf

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