CONSTRUCTION QUALITY ASSURANCE WORKPLAN

CONSTRUCTION QUALITY ASSURANCE WORKPLAN

Quality Assurance is about a plan. It is carried out before the construction project starts. Quality Assurance is a process that manages for quality. QA lists the processes, standards and policies that need to be carried out and ensures they are known to the people who need to know them.

For example, when working on a building's foundation, quality assurance is the process of having someone check the rebar & forms, submitting issues that need fixing to a private website, and tracking that they're fixed before concrete pouring begins.

The key elements of Quality Control are observation and activity. Even when you have the best plan and system in place (that’s what Quality Assurance does), you still need to monitor the work as it occurs to make sure the results are what you expect them to be. In plain-speak, QC is the inspection of the craftsmanship on a construction project. Quality Control verifies the quality of the output.

Going back to the foundation example, quality control will be the inspector visiting the construction site, checking that rebar is suspended at the right height, tied appropriately, and that inside the forms are free of debris.
Contents:
  • SITE DESCRIPTION
  • QUALITY CONTROL PROGRAM
  • CONSTRUCTION TESTING
  • DEFINABLE FEATURES OF WORK
  • CERTIFICATION REPORT PREPARATION
  • REVIEW AND APPROVAL OF DELIVERABLES
Download also:

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post

Comments