The Industrialization of Construction
February 3, 2017
Date: March 28th, April 4th, April 11th
Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST
Cost: $129.00 per single webinar or $300.00 for all 3 webinars
The Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating (CIPH) and the Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada (MCAC) are pleased to offer in partnership a three part webinar series on the “Industrialization of the Construction Industry”. The construction industry is reaching an inflection point, beyond which things may never look or be the same again. Like many industries, the construction industry is under constant pressure to improve productivity, reduce cost and waste. While the productivity in the manufacturing industry has improved by four hundred percent over the last century, the construction industry’s productivity has stayed flat, if not negative. One main reason for the improvement of the manufacturing and other industries’ productivity is due to the “Industrialization”. At the same time, shifts in the market and disruptive innovations caused new players to emerge serving new customers and expanding the market.
In this presentation, Dr. Perry Daneshgari will explain the three forces leading to the construction industry’s inflection point:
The following three webinars are designed to show:
- Week 1 - March 28, 2017: Industrialization of Construction® – What is happening and how to get ready for it.
- Week 2 – April 4, 2017: Disruption of the Construction Industry - How will it happen and what should you do about it?
- Week 3 – April 11, 2017: Shift in the Construction Market – How to deal with the new realities.
Who Should Attend?
Contractors, Distributors, and Manufacturers who need to understand how the construction sector is changing and how you can best position your company to address these changes.
Speaker: Dr. Perry Daneshgari
Dr. Perry Daneshgari is the President / CEO of MCA Inc. MCA Inc is a research and implementation company that focuses on implementing process and product development, waste reduction and productivity improvement of labor, project management, estimation, accounting and customer care. MCA, Inc. has worked with various national and international companies all over the globe. Dr. Perry has taught several classes and conducted several presentations for MCAA, MCAA of Canada, the Electrical Contracting industry, NWCCC and was keynote speaker at the 2009 annual IEC National Convention.
Dr. Perry has completed over 12 research projects for construction and distribution industries and as well as published several papers and articles. He has also published 4 books and an ASTM Standard for Job Productivity Measurement. MCA, Inc.'s experience is available and applicable to companies of all sizes and industries.