20 February 2019, NTU Conference Centre, Nottingham
What past participants say:
“If you are working to improve the way projects are delivered, would like to meet like minded people and learn from some of the latest research into Lean Project Delivery then I would recommend you attend” (Robert Hales – WSP Head of Continuous Improvement Services)
“The event provides a great balance and mix of case studiesfrom different phases of project delivery. You will hear where Lean is providing results and learn about emerging trends and opportunities in Lean Project Delivery. Irrespective or your role orwhere you are on your Lean journey, it is a key event in the calendar and a great opportunity for networking with industry peers and leaders in Lean Project Delivery.” (Seán McCarthy C Eng MIEI, Lean and PM Consultant & former Client Program Manager)
“An excellent opportunity to see the coalface of lean construction projects in the UK, complimented from studies further afield, as well as gain valuable insights on the state-of-the-art from the healthy mix of participants. It’s never been clearer to me that together we really can do anything.” (Paul Sexton, Managing Director, SCEG LTD.)
Building on the success of our last 3 events we are very pleased to announce that the Centre for Lean Projects’ Annual Research Showcase Day is back by popular demand! The day will be a mixture of presentations, activities, simulations, and discussions with practical takeaways to implement on your projects. We will be showcasing the latest case studies, developments, and outputs of our integrated research projects. You will hear from our team of Christine Pasquire, Muktari Musa, Sa’id Ahmed Namadi, Saad Sarhan, Paul Ebbs, Patrick Dupin, and Jason Klous, as well as from Willie Power (DPS) and Simon Watson (Jones Engineering) who are industry practitioners using outputs from the Centre.
- How to get competing companies collaborating during the pre-tender selection process to improve project outcomes
- A framework to guide a collaborative early costing process in the UK
- Procurement as an underling source of waste in construction
- Integrating Project Production Risk with Planning & Control
- Pull systems to improve production flow stability
- The facilitators role in the Last Planner® System
- The invisible skills for success – language, moods and motivation
- The next innovations from the Centre for Lean Projects
So, if you want to learn more about the leading edge of Lean Project Delivery and are thinking of implementing applied research on your projects register now!
Cost £34 + VAT. Register here. For further information or to request one of a limited number of free places contact: