Operating System 2.0: Collaborating to Redefine the Capital Projects Industry

Tue, May. 22nd - 2:30 pm

Presented by Dr. Stephen Mulva, Director of Construction Industry Institute (CII)

Join the Indiana Subcontractors Association (ISA) and AIA Indiana for a special presentation looking at the future of capital projects. This kick-off event begins a partnership formed between ISA and AIA Indiana that will consider how the Indiana construction market will change, and, as leaders in the industry, they can lead innovation through technology, project delivery, management best practices and beyond.

The ISA and AIA Indiana have also invited the owner members of the Indiana Construction Roundtable (ICR) and the Coalition for Construction Safety (CCS) to participate in this conversation.

In an effort to provide members with a look at a large, national collaborative initiative, Dr. Mulva will present on Operating System 2.0 which is a joint venture collaboration between CII and the Construction Users Roundtable (CURT) looking at the future for capital projects. Backed by research and observation, Dr. Mulva and team believe the capital projects industry is unsustainable for many sectors of the global economy. Many capital projects either lack new technology, effective management, or both. Current process are not agile or flexible enough to accommodate change and lack the foresight to envision the operating reality for years in the future. “Plan the work, work the plan,” doesn’t work.

CURT and CII believe the solution is Operating System 2.0. This vision is a multi-industry, collaborative, research-supported effort that aims to redesign industry procedures and standards and replace them with a standardized, technology-enabled platform that accommodates future changes and makes capital projects more financially viable and sustainable.

Registration: 2:30
Presentation: 3:00-4:30
Reception: 4:30-6:00

This program has been approved for 1.5 AIA Learning Units.

Registration for this event is now closed – thank you for your interest!


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Indianapolis, IN