Industrialized Construction Forum 2017

CIFE
Industrialized Construction Forum

Thursday, February 23, 1:30-6:00 PM

Meeting Location - CIFE, The Jerry Yang & Akiko Yamazaki Environment & Energy Building
473 Via Ortega, Room 292

 

Register closed - SOLD OUT!

 
Agenda
1:00 - Registration --
1:30 Welcome to Stanford University and CIFE
video of session - Fischer, Lessing, Barlow
Martin Fischer, Director of CIFE 
Introduction
Jerker Lessing, director of R&D BoKlok
1:45 Keynote - Industrialized Construction Success in Japan and its Application to North America & Europe
James Barlow Professor of Technology & Innovation Management, Imperial College London Business School
2:30 Global Perspectives for Industrialized Construction: Sweden, Mexico, & the United Kingdom
video of session
Jonas Spangenberg CEO, BoKlok
Cuauhtemoc Perez Medina Founder, hi:hab
Daniel Hall PhD Candidate, Stanford University
3:15 - - Break - -
3;30 Innovations in Industrialized Construction: NetZero Housing, Modular High Rise Structures, and New Technology Platforms
video of session
Charles Bovet VP of Business Development, Bone Structure
Randy Miller President, Nautilus Group
Mike Eggers VP Product and Innovation, ProjectFrog
Andrew Dickson Founder & CEO, Acre Designs
4:30 Measuring Offsite Construction
video of session
Ryan E. Smith Assoc. Professor of Architecture, University of Utah
5:00 Scaling Up in a Boom Economy: Technology, Sales, and Production Strategies
video of session
Kelly Luttrell Senior VP and Co-Founder, ConXTech
Roy Griffith Director of Corporate Development, Clark Pacific
5:30 - - Social hour with wine, cheese and networking - -
Full Program Description

Introduction
What is Industrialized Construction and why is it changing the construction world? Dr. Jerker Lessing provides an overview of Industrialized Construction, drawing from over a decade of experience from consulting, teaching, and research.

Keynote
Professor James Barlow has long been one of the leading scholars of industrialized housing, including a number of publications in the 2000’s on the lean and agile concepts present in Japanese industrialized housing. Currently he is a Professor of Technology and Innovation Management at Imperial College Business School, London. His expertise currently focuses on innovation in the healthcare sector and its industries, focusing especially on the development and adoption of innovations in health technologies, services and infrastructure.

Global Perspectives for Industrialized Construction: Sweden, Mexico, and the United Kingdom
Industrialized Construction is an emerging movement worldwide. This session provides three global perspectives: BoKlok, a successful joint venture from IKEA and Skanska; Hi:hab, a startup company in Mexico City, and the UK government, which recently invested $130 million USD to advance industrialized solutions for housing.

Innovations in Industrialized Construction: NetZero Housing, Modular High Rise Structures, and New Technology Platforms
What innovations are on the horizon for Industrialized Construction? This session looks at four innovative Bay Area companies exploring NetZero Housing, modular high rise structures, and new technology platforms. Following the presentations, an open Q&A panel will discuss new opportunities for innovation in Industrialized Construction on the horizon.

Measuring Offsite Construction
Drawing from 13 years of research on industrialized design and construction, Professor Ryan Smith provides a framework to measure offsite construction strategies.

Scaling Up in a Boom Economy: Technology, Sales, and Production Strategies
Once the product offering is ready, how do Industrialized Construction firms meet the demands of a booming economy? Three companies offer their perspective on scalability from the perspective of technology, sales, and production.