WHERE: Solar Power International 2019 - Salt Palace Convention Center
Salt Lake City, UT
WHEN: Monday, September 23 -- 8:00am - 4:00pm
For those interested in learning about tools for construction oversight that reduce or eliminate costly rework and increase build quality, Sustainabilist’s founder Jason S. Trager will be leading a day-long workshop, titled Statistical Construction Oversight, Continuous Improvement and QA/QC for C&I and Utility Solar at this year’s Solar Power International, part of North America Smart Energy Week in Salt Lake City, Utah. The workshop takes the materials introduced in a standing-room-only session at this year’s NABCEP CE conference and expands on them extensively with an interactive day-long session where attendees can learn to apply the tools of modern manufacturing science to solar installation and construction, including SEIA QA/QC best practices for solar sites.
For the last three years, Sustainabilist has been working with the solar industry to improve quality and reduce rework costs. Our dedication to quality science has drawn the attention of quality-minded solar clients ranging from the largest residential solar inspection agency in the country to the biggest certification body for solar professionals in the United States. At this year’s SPI, we’ll be sharing the methodologies we spent the last three years converting to solar from other successful industries.
This workshop is ideal for operations managers, inspectors, and construction forepersons looking to shrink their punchlists quantitatively and qualitatively while increasing construction transparency by applying modern QA/QC frameworks to solar installation. The workshop will include an introduction to scientific process improvement, simulated run-throughs of C&I and quality assurance in its current state in the industry, and a second interactive run-through using modern tools. Portions of the workshop will also qualify for NABCEP CE credits.
Here’s how to sign up:
If you haven’t yet registered for SPI, you can add the day-long workshop to your attendance during the registration process.
If you have already registered, you can log into SPI’s conference site and visit the Registration Resource site by clicking the button on the right-hand side of the SPI Registration Landing Page.