FUTURE INFRASTRUCTURE SUMMIT In-Person & Hybrid Online Event Brisbane 22nd March 2023
The 2022 Future Infrastructure Summit is presented by buildingSMART Australasia (bSA) & Lean Construction ANZ
buildingSMART Australasia is a not-for-profit industry-led volunteer organisation operating in Australia and New Zealand that develops data sharing standards, provides tools and training, and drives the adoption of openBIM for use in the construction industry.
For more information visit www.buildingsmart.org.au
Lean Construction ANZ promotes the use of LEAN thinking in the Australian and New Zealand construction industries.
For more information visit www.leanconstructionanz.org
22nd March 2023 - 8am to 6pm
Future Infrastructure Summit: Lightspace Studios
30 Light St, Fortitude Valley, Qld 4006
Delivered via WebCastCloud
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
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.
Are you an asset owner, government department, building manager, hospital administrator? Any asset operator can beneift from Lean, Digital Engineering & IPD.
Principal Contractors & Subcontractors
Contractors big and getting bigger can all benefit from attending the summit. Learn how clients perceive our practices, what do they really want?
Design & Engineering Community
Design Managers, BIM Managers, or Digital leads, if you want to find out developments in international best practice for information exchange.
Lean & Digital Engineering Professionals
Are you working full time in the Lean of Digital Engineering profession? If so we would love to see you there!
WHAT WILL I HEAR ABOUT?
A gathering of high quality speakers from around the world. Our Content is clear, concise, current and entertaining.
bSA and Lean ANZ are industry organisations run by volunteers for the benefit of the wider infrastructure delivery community.
We strive to improve the whole industry with new and fresh presentations. We don’t mind where the new idea comes from, so long as it moves us forward.
We are an Industry focused event, short on sales and big on industry case studies and real world application of Lean, BIM and GIS in Australia, and around the world.
2023 SPEAKER LINEUP
Digital Relationship Manager, Cross River Rail & Chair, Australasian BIM Advisory Board
CEO & Co-Founder at DEOS Digital
Principal Innovation & Lean - EIC Activities
Principal Digital Integration
Innovation and Continuous Improvement Manager at McConnel Dowell
Associate Professor Digital Engineering at University of Technology Sydney & Australasian BIM Academic Forum
BIM Implementation Manager - Transport and Main Roads Queensland
Senior Director, Industry Workflows at Trimble
Director Technology, Strategy and Architecture at Trimble Inc.
CEO at 12d Solutions Pty Ltd
Digital Technology Manager, Geometry Gym & BuildingSmart
Dorota Bacal PhD
Sustainability & Innovation Lead at VinZero
2018 and 2019 Future Infrastructure Summits
EIC Activities is CIMIC Group’s engineering business. It provides specialist design, technical support, research and technology for Group projects and enhances the Group’s ability to mitigate and manage risk.
AECOM is a global network of experts working with clients, communities and colleagues to develop and implement innovative solutions to the world’s most complex challenges.
Around the world, engineers and architects, constructors and owner-operators are using Bentley’s software solutions to accelerate project delivery and improve asset performance for the infrastructure that sustains our economy and our environment. Together, we are advancing infrastructure.
We bring efficiency, productivity and LEAN methodology to the construction industry
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
Control is redefined from 'monitoring results' to 'making things happen', with a measured and improved planning process to assure reliable workflow and predictable project outcomes.
About LCI Continuous Improvement
Integrated/collaborative projects are focusing on the elimination of waste as a means of driving improved value to the process. These teams invite all participants to contribute to the value proposition. Some contracts provide for the sharing of that value increase. Lean projects specifically focus on a process of Continuous Improvement.Learn More
IFC4 and ISO 16739
After 6 years of intensive and hard work as well as many review and quality assurance cycles, the next generation of buildingSMART’s flagship international standard IFC has been released.
IFC5 is coming!
Did you know that IFC5, the next version of bSA's international standard will include new updates to better support infrastructure projects.About IFC v4
BIMcreds offers BIM/DE practitioners a mechanism for demonstrating their competence.
Do you have what it takes?
Be put to the test, and prove your understanding of BIM and Digital Engineering with BIMCredsAbout BIMCreds
Removal of Waste
Lean Design and Construction enhances value on projects and uncovers wasted resources: Wasted time, Wasted movement and Wasted human potential
The 7 Wastes of Lean Construction
Waste is all around us in construction. Some put the waste level at greater than 50% in our industry. Before you can fix it, you need to learn to see it.What are the 7 wastes?
buildingSMART’s technical core is based around a common data schema (model) called IFC that makes it possible to hold and exchange relevant data between different software applications.
Optimise the whole
Maximizing value and minimizing waste at the project level is the goal, versus the traditional practice of attempting to optimize each individual activity.
Lean is bottom up, people led
Respect for People is the cornerstone of Lean thinking. People transform ideas and materials into final useful value. Furthermore, by placing people at the center of Lean Construction, we are reminded to prioritize Respect for People and avoid generating the 8th waste.Lean Construction Defined
Generation of Value
Value to the customer is defined, created and delivered throughout the life of the project, while traditional practice calls for defining requirements at the outset for delivery at the end, despite changing markets, technology and business practices.
Are you doing what your customer wants?
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Focus on Process and Flow
Coordinating action through pulling and continuous flow, as opposed to the traditional, schedule-driven push which places an over-reliance on central authority and project schedules to manage resources and coordinate work.
Are you Resource of Flow Efficient?
High resource efficiency means a high percentage of value-adding time in relation to a specific time period. The resources add as much value as possible. (Like a local mechanic) High flow efficiency means a high percentage of value-receiving time in relation to the total time. The flow unit picks up as much value as possible. (like a formula one pit crew)This is Lean
Last Planner ®
The Last Planner® (sometimes referred to as the Last Planner® System) is a production planning system designed to produce predictable work flow and rapid learning in programming, design, construction and commissioning of projects.
Better Productivity - Safety - Cost
LCI’s Last Planner® System guides members to discover ways to reduce waste and add value in their project performance culture by encouraging teams to work together in a more transparent and collaborative way.About LastPlanner