Event Architecture for Health

April 16, 2021 - 11:30am

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Lean Construction - Defining Project Goals/Expectations

Please join us to learn about a lean tool referred to as “Conditions of Satisfaction” (CoS) which can be used to collaboratively set goals and expectations on a project. This presentation will cover the definition of CoS, show how to efficiently create and implement a CoS, and explain the usefulness of having one on a project. The presentation will then be followed by a Q&A session with the presenters.

Learning Objectives

  1.    State the definition of "Conditions of Satisfaction".
  2.    Describe how to efficiently create and implement a "Conditions of Satisfaction".
  3.    Recognize the usefulness of having a "Conditions of Satisfaction" on a project.
  4.    Analyze examples/formats of "Conditions of Satisfaction" end products.

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Presenters:

David Perez (Swinerton)
As Project Executive, David is responsible for the oversight planning and construction of the project. His responsibilities include supervising the preconstruction effort, regular project reviews to ensure conformance to the contract obligations, and consultation with the project team should any major issues arise on the project.
 


Tim Foley (Swinerton)
As Project Manager, Tim works with senior project leadership to coordinate effective operations and communications between consultants and owners, ensuring successful construction management of the project and client satisfaction. He is responsible for assisting with the planning and scheduling resources required by projects, supporting the superintendent in field operations and installations. Additionally, Tim is responsible for the day-to-day operations composed of cost control, submittal control, schedule maintenance, document control and team communication.
 

While we are still practicing social distancing due to the pandemic, all meetings will be virtual, conducted via Zoom.

 


The Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH), an AIA knowledge community, provides knowledge which supports the design of healthy environments by creating education and networking opportunities for members of – and those touched by – the healthcare architectural profession. Committee programming is typically held the third Friday of each month at 11:30am.
2021 Committee Chair: Javier Conejo, AIA
2021 Committee Chair-Elect: Open
AIA Austin Staff Liaison: Julia Brown