Director, Lean & IPD, Graham
With more than 25 years of construction industry experience, Art Winslow was selected to lead Graham Construction’s Lead IPD Journey. Graham Construction, who has office across North America, has embarked on a company wide transformation into creating a culture of continuous improvement in all its offices.
Art was the project director for Canada’s first and largest fully integrated Lean IPD project, the Moose Jaw Hospital. More recently, Art oversaw the successful completion of Canada’s first post-secondary project using the IPD model at St. Jerome’s University in Waterloo, Ontario. Currently, he is a Lean advisor on several Lean and IPD projects across Canada.
In his 5 year Lean journey, Art’s name has become synonymous with lean IPD delivery across Canada and as such, he has consulted with a variety of Canadian and Provincial Governments, Infrastructure groups and NGOs. He has consulted with a variety of Canadian and provincial governments, infrastructure groups and NGOs as well as presented at many industry functions across North America. He is on the Canadian Construction Documents Committee’s taskforce that is creating the Canadian standard IPD agreement and sits on the board of Lean Construction Institute – Canada.
09:00 — Facilitating the Lean Journey
Lean facilitators/coaches will offer their perspective on the rewards and challenges of creating a high-performing team. Just putting people in a room together does not result in success. You need to know how to create the right environment for a project team to succeed.
08:30 — AGC LCEP Unit 5: Lean Supply Chain and Assembly
Unit 5: Lean Supply Chain and Assembly is an introductory course in the Lean Construction Education Program. This one-day, instructor-led course introduces you to the concept of lean supply chain and assembly. The course is divided into four sessions:
Session 1: Introduction to Lean Supply Chain and Assembly
Session 2: Planning and Procurement
Session 3: Applying Lean Strategies to the Supply Chain
Session 4: Building a Lean Culture Beyond the Project