P2SL-LCI-AIA LEAN DESIGN FORUM 2018
|UC Berkeley’s Project Production Systems Laboratory (P2SL), the Lean Construction Institute (LCI), and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) have been co-hosting the Lean Design Forum (with AIA offering continuing education credit) for many years now. The Forum meets twice a year, in Berkeley early in the year, and in the Midwest mid-year.
The 1.5-day 2018 Berkeley Forum will take place on Thursday (whole day) and Friday (morning only), 8 and 9 February 2018 as in previous years at the Hs Lordships Restaurant at the Berkeley marina.
We look forward to hearing terrific speakers share lessons learned, good discussion, and thank our event sponsors!
As in previous years, we are working with AIA so you may get continuing education credit for participating in this event.
AGENDA (subject to change)
Go to https://www.regonline.com/LeanDesignForum2018 and click [Register Now] in the upper-right corner to register and pay for your registration online.
DIRECTIONS: This meeting will take place Hs Lordships Restaurant (www.hslordships.com) at the Berkeley marina.
Public Transit: Take BART to the Berkeley (Downtown Berkeley, not North Berkeley) station. Then at Center and Shattuck Avenue, catch the Bus 51B bus towards the Berkeley Marina. Get off at the Berkeley Pier at Seawall Drive, then walk south ~2 mins.
By Car: There is plenty of free parking space, but please do NO LEAVE VALUABLES in your car! Take 80/580 to Berkeley and exit on University Avenue. Head west towards the Bay. At the stop sign, stay on the left-hand side of the road and continue towards the Berkeley pier. When you reach the bay, turn left and head south until you see the restaurant.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about lean project delivery and changes taking place in the industry!
QUESTIONS about this or other P2SL Initiatives? Please contact Glenn Ballard, Director of P2SL, cell: 510/530-1743, or email: email@example.com.
To register go HERE, and in the upper-right corner click on [Register Now] to pay online.