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Aalto BIMforLean presence at Indian Lean Construction Conference

Senior Researcher Dr. Bhargav Dave from Aalto attended the Indian Lean Construction Conference in February 2015.

Senior Researcher Dr. Bhargav Dave from Aalto attended the Indian Lean Construction Conference in February 2015. It was the first lean construction conference to be organised in India and was attended by 200 participants from research and industry domains.

Dr. Dave presented two papers at the conference and chaired one session. 

  1. Dave, B., Hämäläinen, J. P., & Koskela, L. (2015). Exploring the Recurrent Problems in the Last Planner Implementation on Construction Projects. In Proceedings of the Indian Lean Construction Conference (ILCC 2015). Institute for Lean Construction Excellence. Link to paper.

  2. Dave, B., & Appleby, C. (2015). Striving for Continuous Process Improvement-A Construction Case Study. In Proceedings of the Indian Lean Construction Conference (ILCC 2015). Institute for Lean Construction Excellence. Link to paper.

For more information please contract Dr. Bhargav Dave (first.lastname at aalto.fi).

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