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Integrating Technology with Lean Construction NWCCC November 17, 2010. Agenda. Lewis Lean Case Study: Modeled Work Packages Case Study: Bluebeam Case Study: SharePoint Q & A. Minimize Waste. Optimize Delivery. Minimize Waste. Minimize Waste. Reduce worker idle time

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Agenda

  • Lewis Lean
  • Case Study: Modeled Work Packages
  • Case Study: Bluebeam
  • Case Study: SharePoint
  • Q & A
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Minimize

Waste

Optimize Delivery

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Minimize Waste

Minimize Waste

Reduce worker idle time

Prevent accidents

Avoid over/under design

Optimize just in time delivery

Eliminate unnecessary steps

Prevent defects

Shorten learning curve

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Optimize Delivery

Optimize Delivery

Align goals

Foster trust

Establish accountability

Ensure peak performance

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The Project:

  • UW Housing Concrete
  • Self-performed concrete work
  • Design-bid-build delivery
  • Lump sum, down-market bid
  • The Challenge:
  • Accomplish tight schedule
  • Prevent injuries and accidents
  • Eliminate impacts and rework
  • Beat aggressive labor budget
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Quantities to Prorate Budgets

G2 – West:

Conc: 55 CY

Form: 3,122 SF

G2 – East:

Conc: 52 CY

Form: 3,062 SF

G1 – West:

Conc: 72 CY

Form: 4,076 SF

G1 – East:

Conc: 75 CY

Form: 4,356 SF

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Shear Walls: Broken into Segments

G2 - West

G2 - East

G1 - West

G1 - East

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Breaking the Budget into Segments

Shear walls total:

Conc: 255 CY = 89 Hrs

Form: 14,616 SF = 1,169 Hrs

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G2 – West

G2 – East

G1 – West

G1 – East

Shearwalls

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G2 – West:

Conc: 55 CY

Form: 3,122 SF

G2 – East:

Conc: 52 CY

Form: 3,062 SF

G1 – West:

Conc: 72 CY

Form: 4,076 SF

G1 – East:

Conc: 75 CY

Form: 4,356 SF

Shearwalls

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G2 – West:

Conc: 55 CY

Form: 3,122 SF

G2 – East:

Conc: 52 CY

Form: 3,062 SF

G1 – West:

Conc: 72 CY

Form: 4,076 SF

G1 – East:

Conc: 75 CY

Form: 4,356 SF

Conc. Placing = 0.35 MH/CY

Wall Forming = 0.08 MH/SF

Shearwalls

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G2 – West:

Conc: 55 CY = 19 Hrs

Form: 3,122 SF = 250 Hrs

G2 – East:

Conc: 52 CY = 18 Hrs

Form: 3,062 SF = 245 Hrs

G1 – West:

Conc: 72 CY = 25 Hrs

Form: 4,076 SF = 326 Hrs

G1 – East:

Conc: 75 CY = 26 Hrs

Form: 4,356 SF = 349 Hrs

Conc. Placing = 0.35 MH/CY

Wall Forming = 0.08 MH/SF

Shearwalls

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G2 – West:

Conc: 55 CY

Form: 3,122 SF

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G2 – West:

Conc: 55 CY

Form: 3,122 SF

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G2 – West:

Conc: 55 CY

Form: 3,122 SF

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G2 – West:

Conc: 55 CY

Form: 3,122 SF

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G2 – West:

Conc: 55 CY

Form: 3,122 SF

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G2 – West:

Conc: 55 CY

Form: 3,122 SF

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G2 – West:

Conc: 55 CY

Form: 3,122 SF

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The Results:

  • Exceeded budget goals
  • Empowered crews
  • Promoted safety
  • Eliminated waste
  • Promoted learning culture
  • Ensured peak performance
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The Projects:

  • 362,000 Amazon Headquarters TI
  • 5,000 SAM TI
  • 250,000+ First & Main GSA
  • The Challenge:
  • Efficient and timely drawing updates
  • Multitude of Subcontractors including owner subs
  • Large open floor plans
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The Approach:

  • Hyperlinked as-builts
  • Electronic overlays
  • Electronic punch list
  • The Technology:
  • Bluebeam .pdf software
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The Project:

  • Shorenstein property
  • 250,000+ First & Main GSA
  • LEED gold TI
  • 5 month duration
  • 6 agencies over 12 floors
  • The Challenge:
  • 6 contracts with 6 separate document streams
  • 5 architects, 4 engineers
  • 24hr turn on submittals and RFIs
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Traditional Approach:

  • 6 couriered hardcopies
  • Email / FTP sites
  • Separate tracking/Log comparison
  • Waste:
  • Delivery time
  • Lost or inadvertent deletion of Email
  • Time spent tracking documents
  • Working with the wrong file
  • Confusing FTP sites
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The Approach:

  • Go digital
  • The Technology:
  • Utilize SharePoint to organize, distribute and track project documentation
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The Result:

  • Faster document review
  • Reduction in Cost Report turnaround time
  • Effective Meetings
  • Less paper use
  • “Using Lewis’ SharePoint as a portal between the design team and contractor really helped to streamline the document exchange process.  Given the compressed timeline of the GSA projects, I don\'t think we could have been able to meet the schedule without SharePoint.  I would gladly use it again and would look for ways to implement a similar technology in my own organization.”
  • Whit Middlecoff, AIA
  • GBD ARCHITECTS Incorporated

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