Thank you for visiting our Lean/ Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) Resource Library. Here is where you’ll find a variety of resources to expand your knowledge of lean construction and IPD. We will continuously be adding assets to this library, so be sure to check back on regular basis.
An introduction to Lean and Integrated Project Delivery presented by Art Winslow, Director, Lean and Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) and Certified Lean Instructor.
This project included the renovation of the existing arena while preserving its heritage roof, and the construction of a new Community Centre and Fire Hall. The new facility includes a gymnasium, walking track and Seniors’ Centre. The intent is to create a vibrant, welcoming complex where all users are welcome. The site is also being redeveloped to include a revised parking layout and enhanced park. The project is targeting LEED Silver certification.
Graham Construction led an Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) team, to design and build a new 110,000 sq. ft. student residence and a 30,000 sq. ft. academic building with approximately 900 seats in classrooms of various sizes. The 360-bed residential building is organized around twelve “houses” of thirty students in a mixture of single and double rooms. Each "house" has its rooms arranged around a central core, which contains common functions such as shared washrooms and a lounge. The ground floor of the building contains a sequence of common amenity spaces for use by residents. The TV rooms, music room, study spaces, games room and laundry are all arranged around a large open lounge space in a manner that reinforces student interaction. This was Graham’s second major IPD project in Canada, and the first IPD project in Canada to be implemented in the academic buildings sector.
Darren Becks, Vice President Administration at St. Jerome's University in Ontario, Canada discusses the benefits of applying an Integrated Project Delivery approach to doubling the size of St. Jerome's campus.
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This is the first hospital in Canada to implement the Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) contract model complete with an IFOA (Integrated Form of Agreement). The hospital includes 72 inpatient beds and 44 universal care beds along with 4 operating rooms, diagnostic imaging, lab, pharmacy, dialysis, and administration space. Graham worked very closely with designers, owners, and trade partners to design the building in a cost effective and constructible fashion.
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