Re-invigorating the body of knowledge and searching for a step change improvement in construction labor productivity, CII kicked off the Construction Productivity Research Program in 2007 with Research Team (RT) 252. The primary objectives of the program were to identify and validate one or more initiatives, techniques, or methods that, if implemented, would result in a breakthrough improvement in construction productivity. Construction productivity was defined in three components: 1) direct work rate, 2) labor productivity, and 3) rework rate. The team was structured in five phases over a six year period with specific phases dedicated to the mechanical, electrical, concrete, and steel trades. This webinar will introduce the outcomes of each phase of the program as well as present the master deliverables in the “Construction Productivity Handbook” and the “Best Productivity Practices Implementation Index (BPPII)”.