"Prefabrication and Preplanning for Construction."
The seminar was conducted by Mark Federle, Ph.D., P.E., CPC; Marquette University
The Electrical Contractors’ Association of City Research and Education Committee was pleased to have presented the seminar, "Prefabrication and Preplanning for Construction." The all-day program was facilitated by Mark Federle, Ph.D., P.E., CPC; Marquette University and held at the Drake Oak Brook Hotel, Oak Brook, IL.
Prefabrication can save an electrical contractor time and money, but what do you prefab? And how do you tackle the preplanning required to even get out of the gate? This program will discuss tactics to aid those at any step of the prefabrication process in optimizing their preplanning and increase their prefabrication efficiency.
This program is based on an ELECTRI International research report.
Following this course, participants will be able to:
- Discuss the importance of preplanning
- Identify planning strategies to improve productivity
- Identify activities at each phase of the construction process to preplan
- Utilize the benefits of activities such as prefabrication, lean construction, and building information modeling on preplanning
- Identify tactics that can increase the amount of prefabrication you do
We thank Mark for his time with this presentation!
Pictured above is Mark Federle, Ph.D., P.E., CPC; Marquette University, as he began the class.
Pictured are the attendees for the program.