Tag Archive: Rubicon

Jun 17 2008

Collaboration and lean construction

Last year UK industry membership organisation Constructing Excellence organised an event (with Rubicon) focused on lean construction which managed to enthuse its London audience with ideas based around basic joined-up thinking on things like eliminating packaging, doing just-in-time delivery to site, simplifying electrical installations, etc. Like Greg Sorrentino, vice president and general manager of US …

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Mar 29 2007

BIM and ‘lean construction’

Further to Monday’s post on BIM, I see Nigel Davies at EatYourCAD has written about (Mis)understanding BIM. Helpfully, he starts by explaining what BIM is not – in short, BIM is not 3D, or Revit, or a single database or “single building model”, or Project Lifeycle Management, or even Building Information Modelling (instead, Nigel prefers to …

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Jan 19 2007

Change management seminar

Next Tuesday (23 January 2007) in Bristol, I am chairing a seminar: “Change Management – Can you manage without it?” Organised by the Construction Productivity Network in association with the Constructing Excellence Bristol Club, the event will have presentations from: Robin Wilkin of MPS Professor Ming Sun, University of West of England Brian Swain, Rubicon Associates …

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