Wednesday September 14’th

The international conference will also feature Danish speakers, but everything will be in English.

Program

09.00-10.30: Health, safety & environment – the contribution of lean to QHSE

  • In many cases Lean is also used to support other results than delivery on time, budget and quality. This session shows the main "side effects" of lean regarding health, safety and environment, with case specific results from a range of different construction projects

Current Confirmed speakers:

  • Signe Mehlsen, Anne Hedegaard, Anna Åkesson

See the slides from the session:

11.00-12.30: Experiences from the transport Sector

  • Hear from an experienced panel of public sector agencies responsible for transport
  • Learn what specific practices they have involved, what is achieved with these practices and what they will do differently in the future

Current Confirmed speakers:

  • Pekka Petajamieini
  • Richard Moorwood - Lean, BIM and Collaborative contracting
  • Bjarne Nielsen - Leadership

See the slides from the session:

13.30-15.00European reports, international Reports, Action planning

  • Hear about the latest developments, reports and future action planning in Lean Construction.

Current Confirmed speakers

  • Australia: Richard Morwood; US & Canada: Amr Abdel-Azim; South America: Luis Alarcon, South Africa: Alan Mossman
  • Europe: Representatives from: Spain, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Italy, Switzerland, Ireland and Estonia

See the slides from the session:

The programme may be subject to change

Tuesday September 13’th

The international conference will also feature Danish speakers, but everything will be in English.

Program

 10.00-11.00 Welcome to the conference, with Henrik L. Bang and Peter Luke 

  11.00-12.30: Finland’s Journey with Lean Construction

  • Experience the Journey that the public sector in Finland has undergone with Lean Construction
  • Hear about the key learnings in the process
  • Learn about the steps and mistakes in Finland’s journey with Lean Construction

Current Confirmed speakers:

  • Glenn Ballard
  • Lauri Merikallio, Pekka Petäjäniemi and Kari-Pekka Tampio - The story of Lean project alliancing in Finland since 2009.

See the presentations from the sessions:

13.30-15.00: Experiences from the Buildings Sector

  • Hear from an experienced panel of public sector agencies responsible for buildings
  • Learn what specific practices they have involved, what is achieved and what they will do differently in the future

Current Confirmed speakers and panelists:

  • Gyrithe Saltorp
  • Mark Bew: UK's Lean + Bim initiative
  • Synnøve Lyssand Sandberg: Lean in Norway's government buildings agency
  • Panellists: Kari-Pekka Tampio, Richard Moorwood Henrik L. Bang

See the presentations from the sessions:

15.30-17.00: Legal Issues, Risk and Risk Management

  • Public sector clients are notoriously under pressure for continues optimization and ‘more for less’. Hear about what obstacles the public sector clients face when demanding Lean Construction in tenders, and how these are overcome
  • Hear how Lean Construction principles (of transparency) agree with risk and risk management from a legislative point of view

Current Confirmed speakers and panelists:

  • Howard Ashcraft, Bo Schmidt Pedersen, David Mosey, Antonio Paparella(participating via Skype)
  • Panelists: Gunde Odgaard, Richard Moorwood

 See the presentations from the sessions:

After the conference, Prof. David Mosey participated in a Radar Talk about FAC-1. Find a videoclip of the talk here

19.00-: Conference dinner

The programme may be subject to change

National Workshop

September 12’th 2016

The national workshop is in Danish, and will primarily consist of Danish and Nordic speakers.

Program

9.30-10.30: Welcome by the Chairman of Lean Construction DK, and an opening by Lene Espersen

11.00-12.30: Why do we waste time and money?

13.30-14.30: Lean Construction – An optimization tool

15.00-16.15: How do we master the tools?

19.00 Conference Dinner*

International Conference

The international conference will also feature Danish speakers, but everything will be in English.

Program:

Tuesday September 13'th:

10.00-10.45: Welcome, by Henrik L. Bang and Peter Luke

11.00-12.30: Finland’s Journey with Lean Construction

13.30-15.00: Experiences from the Buildings Sector - With presentations on UK's Lean and BIM initiatives and Norways government buildings agency, followed by a panel debate

15.30-17.00: Legal Issues, Risk and Risk Management

Wednesday September 14'th:

09.00-10.30: Health, safety & environment – the contribution of Lean to QHSE

11.00-12.30: Experiences from the transport Sector

13.30-15.00: European reports, international Reports, Action planning

Read more about the program here

Practicalities

The conference is held at LO-Skolen Konventum near Helsingør

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