Member Directory

Member Directory

Members & Sponsors

LCI currently has over 260+ corporate members, and is quickly growing! We invite you to join the ranks with the many companies who have joined the movement to transform the Design and Construction industry through Lean project design and delivery.
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UC DAVIS
UC DAVIS
1333 Research Park Dr.
Davis, CA 95618
UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education is a leader in professional development. Their newest program, Advanced Studies in Estimating and Cost Management, teaches estimators, project managers and engineers how to integrate active estimating, Target Value Design/Delivery and other Lean construction principles into their work. Visit their website to learn more about this revolutionary program—taught by professionals in the industry—and how it can help you and your organization stand out in a crowded market.
Unified Works
Unified Works
32 Covered Bridge Trail
Carbondale, IL 62902
T: 224.325.9130
Unified Works is the trusted lean name for sophisticated projects that are future-proofing our cityscapes across North America. Facilitating more than one-thousand varying lean sessions with nearly seventy large project teams well into the billions, the company’s strategy and workflow tools are designed specifically for complex interactions needed to foster communication, understanding and respect – which is why clients across industry sectors, from healthcare and higher education to emerging tech and municipalities, rely on Unified Works.
University of California – San Francisco
University of California – San Francisco
654 Minnesota Street, 2nd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94107-3027
415.476.0962
James Pease – Executive Director – Health Design & Construction

UCSF Capital Programs, a unit of Real Estate, Planning, Capital Programs & Sustainability, is responsible for the design and construction of UCSF facilities in support of the university’s research, teaching, health care, and community service missions. The department employs over 55 professional staff and has an annual operating budget of over $12 million. In 2017, Capital Programs manages a capital project portfolio valued at more than $300 million.