LEAN CONSTRUCTION SUMMIT
SEPT. 11, 2019 | CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
Building a Successful Integrated Team - Characteristics of Partners in a Strong Team
Key Topic Highlights:
* Building a successful early integrated team regardless of contract type
* Fulfilling procurement requirements when building an integrated project team
* Choosing the right insurance vehicles to remove design roadblocks
* Making Design Assist work
* Taking modularization to the next level with a multi-discipline team
* NEW! Interactive Exercise: Build as many roads as you can!
* And much more!
& benchmarking tools
Ask Questions. Gain Knowledge.
THE CURT INDUSTRY RESOURCE NETWORK
CURT exists to help owners achieve the most productive use of every capital dollar. We do this globally through deployment, and by speaking collectively for owners on contractor and engineering issues affecting owners.
Networking With Purpose
CURT exists to help connect people to people and people with resources. Here are 3 key ways we do that…
CURT offers a robust network of construction leaders ranging from Young Professionals to those with experience on multiple mega projects. Let us connect you to someone who can help you get farther, faster.
CURT offers a robust assembly of leading practices and tools that can help improve how you plan and execute projects. But even if we don’t have it, our CIRnet can help find someone who does.
From the National Conference to Member Meetings to workshops, committees and roundtables, numerous CURT events throughout the year offer unparalleled connectivity opportunities.
CURT provides to the construction industry robust leading practices, tools and benchmarking processes designed to improve Owners’ effectiveness in planning and executing projects. But…if you can’t find what you need, our CIRnet can help.
Guided by the premise that safety performance must be measured to improve, CURT and CII teamed up to offer a powerful data collection process, analytics application and annual report to improve your benchmarking capacity and establish an industry metrics standard.
Risk & Productivity
The Construction Labor Market Analyzer® enables owners, contractors, unions and other stakeholders manage project labor risk, understand craft wage trends and benchmark productivity performance metrics during a project’s lifecycle.
To increase Owners’ confidence in meeting project labor demand, the Contractor Workforce Development Assessment enables measurement of contractors’ workforce development programs to drive skilled labor growth prevent shortage-related challenges.
Through its conferences, roundtables, workshops, summits and training sessions, CURT generates meaningful change within the construction industry, promotes overall cost effectiveness and improves the way construction is planned, managed, justified and executed.
The industry event of the year, assembling industry leaders every February to address current issues and share experiences, perspectives and resources. This event helps Owners become better decision makers and leaders as they plan and execute projects.
Held in April, June, September and November of each year, these events are open to CURT members for committee meetings, plenary sessions, networking receptions and dinners. Participation here is where significant membership value is realized.
Held in April, June, September and November of each year on the Wednesday following each member meeting, these events are open to members and non-members, offering deep-dive sessions into current, relevant topics generated through the committees.