Workshop - How to improve practices?

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What solutions on construction sites to reduce non-quality? How to optimize the environmental performance of projects? How to improve the economic performance of projects? How to integrate a quality management system? What are the requirements in terms of building quality? What are the contributions of lean manufacturing?

Workshop details

Title: Sustainable construction: how to improve practices

Date: 20 january 2015, Villefontaine, France

Duration:: 4 hours

Location:: CCI Nord Isère, Villefontaine, France

Target audience:: SMEs and their local profesional organizations

Number of participants:: 25


Workshop topics

* Topic 1: SMEs work quality improvement on building project, by Maurice Victoire (CETIM)

* Topic 2: Analysis of good and bad practices on 38 buildings, by Claire Vilasi (VAD)

* Topic 3: How to check the good functioning of installations at reception phase, experience on 9 CABEE pilot project, by Julien Allirot (AGEDEN)


Workshop outputs

1 - CETIM : Maurice Victoire : SME’s work quality improvement on building project Improvement process: - Observation of the work practices on site - Analyse and priorities - Improvement propositions - Test of the propositions and adaptation - New rules Work done on the pilot project : collection of examples of bad practices and improvement solutions and constitution of a data base

2 – VAD : Claire Vilasi : 38 projects analyse : collection of good and bad practices Analyse of 21 project in 2013 and 18 projects in 2014. New buildings and renovation, work in progress or already finished. Collection of : - Best practices - Bad practices Capitalization per project and/or per subject

3 – AGEDEN : Julien Allirot : CABEE pilot project : how to verify the installations Analyse of the documents concerning heating system in the public tenders and verification of the results at the end of the work. There is a big gap between what is expected and what is done. The control has to be improved. Production of guide lines recommandation for building owners.


Sources and further information

Contact

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Laurent Chanussot, Rhônalpénergie-Environnement (RAEE)

laurent.chanussot@raee.org