There are countless reasons to attend the LCI Congress. From education and site visits to sessions specific to owners, members of the design community, trade partners and general contractors, you are guaranteed to leave with new ideas and perspectives. But perhaps the most important reason to attend is to be a part of the incredible knowledge sharing that takes place. Together, we will share stories of Lean successes and challenges as we work toward our collective goal of enhancing the efficiency, quality and safety of our projects. Don’t miss out — registration opens in July. Save the date to experience the content that you need the most to make an impact on your Lean journey.
2020 LCI Congress COVID-19 Updates
The safety of our presenters, attendees and staff is LCI’s first priority. This is why we are moving the 2020 Congress to a virtual format. With the prediction of a second wave of coronavirus for the fall we are confident that this is the best and most safe decision for everyone involved. Join us from the safety of your home or office this October for Congress!
The 22nd Annual LCI Congress program is specifically designed for your leadership role in the industry. Each year, LCI Congress brings together owners, trade partners, members of the design community, general contractors and other Lean professionals to get inspired, learn from Lean success stories, build relationships, expand networks and foster collaboration.
Join more than 1,600 of your peers virtually for the premier Lean event of the year!
Developed for the design and construction industry, LCI’s 22nd Annual Congress in 2020 will offer continuous education credits, cutting-edge Lean methods and countless networking opportunities. LCI Congress is beneficial for everyone, no matter where you are on your Lean journey. As an attendee, you can expect to:
When you attend LCI Congress you learn from others based on their own Lean experiences. You will:
Earn continuing education credits through courses in various Lean topics, such as Introduction to Lean Project Delivery, Introduction to Last Planner System, Introduction to Target Value Delivery and Effective Big Room. New courses this year include:
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Explore how to apply the ABCs of Lean with five different tracks, and then put what you've learned into practice by participating in virtual Gemba tours on Friday.
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Build connections with peers across the industry and around the world.
Discover networking opportunities
Owners, designers, trade partners and all project stakeholders can visit the virtual exhibit hall to stay current on the latest technologies and find the best tools to advance their Lean journey, and connect instantly with partners who can help them along their way.
If you would like more information on exhibit opportunities, please contact Ilene Goldberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discover the presentations that mean the most to your Lean journey with five tracks built around the overarching theme of The ABCs of Lean: Transformation through Actions, Best Practices and Coaching:
Back by popular demand, LCI Congress will again feature Live Lab options during the core program. The purpose of Live Labs is to give attendees the opportunity to experience the soft skills required to effectively implement the Lean concepts and tools explored during the learning day courses and other program presentations in a realistic, interactive, and highly engaging environment.
See topics below for a better idea of what to expect in a Live Lab presentation this year!
All Live Lab Presentations:
If you are seeking to introduce cutting-edge Lean methods and materials or reaffirm your company name and ideals in the Lean community, the LCI Congress offers several opportunities to meet your needs.
For more information, please contact Ilene Goldberg at email@example.com.
“LCI Congress is a valuable, one of a kind event! Construction professionals from across the globe gather together to exchange ideas and solutions from applied Lean thinking in design and construction. McCarthy’s participation at Congress has contributed to measurable project delivery improvements in cost and schedule in numerous markets and building projects. Our firm’s attendees, including me, come back to their work more engaged and committed to actively applying Lean to deliver more value for our clients with less effort.”
Felipe Engineer-Manriquez, Director, Lean, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.
“I look forward to Congress every year. The presentations and the recently added Live Labs provided practical tools and new techniques to improve the value the industry provides to our clients. The free sharing of ideas between companies has always reinvigorated me. I am looking forward to going to more hands-on Live Labs this year in Detroit!”
John Linenberg, Group Vice President, Walbridge
“Every year, LCI Congress provides an exceptional opportunity for everyone from the novice to the advanced Lean Practitioner to learn, hone skills, network and share innovative ideas. This year’s theme will steer the attendees to the sessions that matter most to their Lean journey. We look forward to hosting another transformative event that enables teams to deliver maximal value throughout the entire supply chain.”
Jeff Creighton, Director of Continuous Improvement, Barton Malow, 2020 Planning Team Chair
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