The LCIA holds local events all over Australia. These events aim to promote, educate and update industry about LEAN practices, tools and techniques. In addition, meet and network with other LEAN practitioners and other industry professionals.




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February 2017

LEAN for Project Managers – International IPD/Lean, Collaboration and Innovation in Construction using Lean

February 21, 2017 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm UTC+11
University of Melbourne, Parkville Campus, 207 Bouverie Street (Lecture Theatre B103 (Theatre 1)
Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
Free

Join us for the first LCIA Victoria event in 2017! This LEAN for Project Managers event is targeted at those working in the construction sector who want to learn how LEAN principles can be applied in day to day work to improve the way we work.  Our speakers will equip you with practical applications of LEAN in Construction, building on both the fundamentals to present a thought provoking evening of industry networking and discussion. Our speakers include: Dr Derek Walker (RMIT)…

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May 2017

LCIA QLD Event – Lean Construction and BIM in Action

May 3, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm UTC+10
Queensland University of Technology, Gardens Point Campus, Level 6 P Block, Science and Engineering Centre, 2 George Street
Brisbane, Queensland 4000 Australia
Free

Join us for the first LCIA QLD event in 2017! Come along and hear examples of LEAN in practice! Our first speaker, Craig Percival, Woollam Construction will discuss the company’s leap into waste minimisation and LEAN construction. He will provide examples of how Wollam Construction is using LEAN to transform day-to-day operations and processes to ensure this 133 year old tier two builder will continue to prosper well into the next century. Our second speaker, Adam Sheather, AECOM will look at…

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June 2017

LCIA VICTORIA EVENT – LEAN in practice; from Government projects to drones

June 20, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm UTC+11
University of Melbourne, Parkville Campus, 207 Bouverie Street (Lecture Theatre B103 (Theatre 1)
Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
Free

The LCIA Victoria’s goals are to: • Provide leadership and facilitate the LEAN conversation • Collaborate with like-minded LEAN organisations • Inform and educate about LEAN principles, tools and techniques available • Encourage the adoption of a holistic LEAN approach • Recognise LEAN practitioners and organisations This LEAN in Practice event will offer 3 very different perspectives on the topic. “From Government Projects to Drones and all things Lean in between” is perhaps our most diverse presentation evening yet and…

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November 2017

LCIA Conference

November 10, 2017 @ 9:00 am - November 12, 2017 @ 2:00 pm UTC+11
Crown Melbourne, 8 Whiteman St
Southbank, VIC 3006 Australia
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March 2018

How Crossrail broke the mould with the $24 billion civil construction project

March 28, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm UTC+10
Queensland University of Technology, Gardens Point Campus, Level 6, P Block - Science and Engineering Centre2 George Street
Brisbane, Queensland 4000 Australia
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DESCRIPTION The head of innovation and Technical information from Crossrail in the UK (wholly owned subsidiary of Transport for London) is coming to Australia on his way back from China as part of a UK Goverment Digital Built Britain delegation.   In this presentation, Malcolm Taylor, Head of Technical information, Crossrail, will share how Crossrail has managed to change the landscape in the UK delivering their 11 year $24 Billion program of works on schedule and within their original 2008…

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April 2018

How Crossrail broke the mould with the $24 billion civil construction project

April 5, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm AEST
University of Melbourne, Parkville CampusPAR-207 Bouverie St-B103 (Theatre 1)
Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia

The head of innovation and Technical information from Crossrail in the UK (wholly owned subsidiary of Transport for London) is coming to Australia on his way back from China as part of a UK Goverment Digital Built Britain delegation.   In this presentation, Malcolm Taylor, Head of Technical information, Crossrail, will share how Crossrail has managed to change the landscape in the UK delivering their 11 year $24 Billion program of works on schedule and within their original 2008 funding…

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How Crossrail broke the mould with the $24 billion civil construction project

April 9, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm AEST
AECOM, 420 George Street, #Level 21
Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia

The head of innovation and Technical information from Crossrail in the UK (wholly owned subsidiary of Transport for London) is coming to Australia on his way back from China as part of a UK Goverment Digital Built Britain delegation.   In this presentation, Malcolm Taylor, Head of Technical information, Crossrail, will share how Crossrail has managed to change the landscape in the UK delivering their 11 year $24 Billion program of works on schedule and within their original 2008 funding…

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How Crossrail broke the mould with the $24 billion civil construction project

April 12, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm AWST

The head of innovation and Technical information from Crossrail in the UK (wholly owned subsidiary of Transport for London) is coming to Australia on his way back from China as part of a UK Goverment Digital Built Britain delegation.   In this presentation, Malcolm Taylor, Head of Technical information, Crossrail, will share how Crossrail has managed to change the landscape in the UK delivering their 11 year $24 Billion program of works on schedule and within their original 2008 funding…

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June 2018

LCIA NSW – Industry disruption, challenges and opportunities.

June 20, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm AEST
AECOM, 420 George Street, #Level 21
Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia
Free

The construction sector is undergoing unprecedented change, on-site construction work is moving off-site and in many cases off-shore. On-site construction costs now exceed $100/hr and the effective utilisation of that workforce at best sits at 65 to 70%, depending on how this is assessed. Off-site workforce costs are below $50 per hour and the effective utilisation rate regularly reaches 100% as OSCM processes improve. Shipping costs from anywhere in the globe are typically 1% of the final construction costs and…

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October 2018

2018 Future Infrastructure Summit

October 22, 2018
The Edge – State Library of Queensland, Stanley Place Cultural Centre
SOUTHBANK, Queensland 4101 Australia
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This day long industry focused event will provide case studies and showcase real world applications of Lean, BIM and GIS in Australia and around the world The Future Infrastructure Summit program is designed to bring together real life practitioners from around the industry. This one-of-a-kind Summit brings together clients, government, head contractors, subcontractors and our design partners and consultants to: get inspired learn from each other build strong peer relationships expand networks and foster industry collaboration. The event is co-hosted…

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