Cascadia Community of Practice
A Modernization Case Study:
The Jackson Federal Building
Start the New Year right by learning how Lean can help you more effectively deliver your projects.
The Jackson Federal Building Design-Build Modernization was a $40M energy modernization of an occupied 860,000sf 36 story high-rise funded by the Recovery Act. The Howard S. Wright design-build team employed Lean principles throughout the solicitation, design, and construction award to provide best value for this complex project.
Join Howard S. Wright and McKinstry as they share the story of implementing Target Value Design during the 1 month RFP where they processed 55 design sets using set-based design to come up with the best Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs) to meet the stipulated budget, stipulated schedule, and stipulated energy savings without impacting the tenants. Utilizing pull-planning they detailed out an integrated schedule that leveled and prioritized the design process to meet the aggressive schedule. Finally, JFB included a unique requirement to prove energy savings via an energy performance guarantee with a 1 year Measurement & Verification (M&V) period. The proposed solution had to be strong enough to ensure energy savings as the contract held $1.8M until the M&V period proved out savings.
This session will show specific examples and provide lessons learned on incorporating Lean techniques into Deep Retrofits. This includes raw data on schedule gained due to Lean behaviors as well as direct dollar savings for a complex modernization in an occupied facility. We will explain Target Value Design and how it was successfully implemented to provide the best design at the lowest cost in a very short time frame. We’ll provide the recipe and lessons learned for energy performance criteria in Federal work and any other complex modernization.
Dan Peyovich, DBIA, LEED AP
Washington Division President
Howard S. Wright, a Balfour Beatty Company
David Budd, P.E., DBIA
Director of Engineering
Date and Time:
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Note to First Time Attendees and Others New to Lean Construction:
Please review a glossary of terms and other introductory readings before attending the meeting by visiting http://www.leanconstruction.org.
- 7:30am Networking and refreshments
- 8:00am Presentation
- 9:15am Discussion
- 9:30am Adjourn
Refreshments: Coffee, tea, juice, bagels, muffins and fruit will be provided.
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When & Where
LCI Cascadia-Seattle Community of Practice
Lean Construction Institute (LCI) is a non-profit organization, founded in 1997. The Institute operates as a catalyst to transform the industry though lean project delivery using an operating system centered on a common language, fundamental principles, and basic practices. We have these broad goals:
Transform design and construction
· Promote ever-wider acceptance and use of lean principles, practices and tools on design and delivery of projects
Set standards for lean performance
· Common language and fundamental principles
· Basic practices
Provide education for lean project delivery
· Awareness, learning and understanding of tools and techniques
· Catalyst for action
Conduct research to promote continuous improvement
· Robust program of basic and applies research evaluation
· Translate findings into transformational tools & techniques
Sponsor Communities of Practice for continuous learning and application
· Established in major markets nationwide, expanding into new areas over time
· Developing strong ties with academic and industry organizations
· Expanding understanding of Lean: fostering networking and mentoring
The Cascadia-Seattle Community of Practice (CoP) of LCI provides local lean support to owners, architects and designers, engineers, contractors, specialty contractors, and suppliers. We invite owners and project delivery team members to meet together as a Community of Practice to learn, share, and develop a lean community in Cascadia. As a regional forum for conversations among practitioners, the CoP will help create a new common sense for the AEC industry as LCI continues to build knowledge in design and construction.