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      March 7, 2012

      Wednesday   4:30 PM - 8:00 PM

      3700 West Ramona Boulevard
      Monterey Park, California 91754

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      Los Angeles CoP >> Implementing IPD, Lean Construction and BIM through Design Build.

      Lean Construction Institute

      Los Angeles Community of Practice (CoP)


      Program Title:

      Implementing IPD, Lean Construction and BIM through Design Build.


      David Umstot, SDCCD

      (See Bio's Below)


      The San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) is $1 billion into a $1.55 billion capital bond program with more than $200 million in ongoing design/build projects. Learn how the San Diego CCD is leveraging design/build to create a collaborative integrated project delivery with early involvement of specialty trade contractors to pursue set-based design, reduce life cycle costs and reduce waste in the construction process. Learn how San Diego CCD is using target value budgeting to deliver projects with end user engagement, life cycle cost analysis and sustainability as goals without creating conflict. Lean enterprise systems and tools are also fostered through design-build delivery with pull planning, value stream mapping, and A3 reporting. The District requires the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) for design and construction of all new buildings. BIM standards have been developed and published to facilitate constancy in modeling, but with flexibility to the design/build team.

      1. Learn how a public agency is structuring design/build solicitations to evaluate technical expertise, life cycle costs, safety, price, labor force availability, design excellence and small and disadvantaged contractor participation as the basis for award.

      2. Learn how to encourage integrated project delivery practices into design/build by requiring dedicated, exclusive architect/builder teams with early identification of key sub-consultants and specialty trade subcontractors (e.g. MEP, fire protection, glazing, framing and drywall, pre-cast concrete, and structural concrete).

      3. Learn how lean construction techniques are encouraged as part of the design/build delivery including target value budgeting, set-based design, pull planning, the A3 process, and value stream mapping.

      4. Learn how the utilization of BIM standards is leading to better design/build proposals and project delivery.

      Speaker Bio's:

      David Umstot, PE, is Vice Chancellor of Facilities Management for the San Diego Community College District overseeing a $1.555 billion construction bond program, facilities services, and police functions for the District.

      Prior to SDCCD, he worked for the San Diego Unified School District as the Executive Director of Facilities, responsible for implementation of its $1.51 billion Proposition MM capital construction bond program and management of its $131 million annual physical plant operations.

      Before entering educational facilities management, David had extensive experience in commercial and public agency construction most recently as Vice President of Operations for Syska Hennessy Group Construction. He earned a B.S. degree from the University of the Pacific and a Master of Engineering from Colorado School of Mines.

      He currently serves on the boards of the California Community College Facility Coalition (CCFC), DBIA Western Pacific Region, and the Core Group for the Lean Construction Institute San Diego Community of Practice. He is also Vice President-elect of PCAPPA.

      Date and Time: Wednesday, February 7th, 2012 from 4:30 pm to 8:00 pm

      **Refreshments and food will be available beginning 4:30pm**

      Registration / Cancellation Deadline: Wednesday February 29th by 6:00 PM. Registration is limited to 80 people. There will be no refunds after this time. Each person must register and pay to attend the meeting and appetizers. Please help us save time, expense, and avoid people showing up at the last minuteā€¦ plan ahead and register early! We cannot keep costs reasonable and caterers cannot plan their food without sufficient notice.

      Registration Deadline: Wednesday, February 29th by 11:59PM. Late registration is available after closing of registration.


      Carpooling is encouraged.


      4:30-5:15PM - Networking & Appetizers (Beer or Wine will be provided)

      5:15-7:30PM - Main Program

      7:30-8:00PM - Plus/Delta Meeting Feedback

      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

      Registration Assistance:

      ** Special Registration Discounts: If you are not an LCI Member, you may sign up today at the LCI Member rate for this event if you purchase a one-year individual membership for $250. Go to: to read about the benefits and sign up today. Then, enter the words "New Member" when prompted for your "individual membership number" while signing up for this event at the LCI Member rate. Thanks!

      Individual LCI Members may bring one guest to each LCI event at the Member Rate. Corporate LCI Members may bring any guest at the LCI Member Rate, including employees, clients, trade partners, etc. Need help looking up your individual membership number? Please contact

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