Much like inspection checklists and punch lists, daily reports are an important component of a good construction quality...


 
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It’s common for quality managers to think that the purpose of their quality program is to show proof of compliance or to...


 
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After you deploy your construction quality program, it’s important to make sure it’s working and that people are using the...


 
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 We talk to a lot of quality managers who have taken all the right steps to implement a construction quality program—creating...


 
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Superintendents and subcontractors are all working toward the same goals, but sometimes relationships can be strained when...


 
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Pre-construction meetings, informal lookaheads, and formal preparatory meetings are common practices for planning project...


 
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We often hear from builders who are trying to create a consistent quality approach. They have employees with different levels...


 
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Effective construction quality management is an organization-wide effort, not just the responsibility of the quality manager....


 
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Construction superintendents are responsible for the overall success of a project, which includes scheduling, inspections,...


 
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There is no one-size-fits-all solution to construction quality control. Every company will have different processes,...


 
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