LCI UK Summit 2008 – Lean Logistics in Integrated Project Delivery

National Motorcycle Museum Thursday 6th November 2008

Welcome & introduction: Brian Swain, Chairman


Session 2 – The Essentials of High Performing Logistics in M&E: Martin Bailey, Chief Innovation Officer, NG Bailey


Session 4 – M6 Motorway Improvements of Earthworks Productivity through better Logistics: Katarina Fidler, Business Improvement Director & Shane Betts, Process Improvement Manager, Carillion Infrastructure:


Ssession 5 – The Use of Three Dimensional Analysis to Plan Construction Site Logistics: Rob Stearne, Business Improvement Manager, Lakesmere


Session 6 – Transforming Traditional Construction into a Modern Process of Assembly – A Focus on Logistics Peter Court, Project Leader, North Staffordshire Hospital PFI, Mechanical and Electrical Works

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Session 7 – “Lean” in the Delivery of a Major Railway Construction Works: Richard Palczynski, Deputy Project Manager, Bechtel Ltd


Session 8 – Lean Construction Logistics Requirements within London: Dan Evanson, Freight Project Manager, Transport for London


Session 9 – Best Practice Logistics – lessons learnt from Japan: Adrian Blumenthal, Special Projects Director, Constructing Excellence


Brian Swain – Close

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