Timber Queensland | Pre-fabricated Timber Buildings: how Design for Manufacture & Assembly (DfMA) can manage costs & reduce risk
WhenWednesday, November 4, 2020 - 11:00
There are now a myriad of Australian and international projects demonstrating how the building industry can utilise offsite timber prefabrication to boost the quality and speed of construction. The next phase in the evolution of construction methodologies for building professionals is to learn from the manufacturing industry who have successfully applied Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) to understand and reduce product cost. Learn how these proven tools and techniques could drive significant profit increases if you include them as part of your project toolbox.
Introduction - Clarissa Brandt, Strategic Relations & Communications Manager, Timber Queensland
DfMA & Competitive Tendering: Can the Design for Manufacture & Assembly ideology add value in a Competitive Tendering environment? John Eastwood, Head of Marketing & Business Development, XLam
Case Study: Adelaide Oval Hotel - Richard Kohler, Principal Structural Engineer, Mott Macdonald
Adelaide Oval Hotel: Builder Perspective - Built Environs