The professionals at MPGroup have extensive experience observing the progress of projects and working with all members of the project design team, contractors, material suppliers and building officials to produce quality-built construction projects.
Construction Quality Control ( CQC) is the process of ensuring that the project is built in accordance with the requirements of the contract documents, approved plans, specifications, building codes, building code standards and applicable local codes and ordinances.
On many types of construction projects, there can be dozens of subcontractors, specialty trades, and material suppliers all of whom have specific duties and responsibilities. Project superintendents and project managers alike are charged with the responsibility to observe and supervise the progress of the project to ensure that all applicable standards for strict adherence to the requirements of the contract documents, quality assurance, and workmanship are fully met and documented.
Good common practice is to establish a " Project Manual" or " Project Procedures Manual" prior to the commencement of the work so that all participants can utilize the same standards of practice, means and methods for diligence in the performance of their work.
For example, Michael Poles has written two " Project Procedures Manuals" which have been used extensively throughout many years as templates for Private Construction and California Public School projects.
These "Manuals" are fully available for purchase by credit card or by check for U.S. $80.00, each by contacting Michael Poles via telephone at: (800) 684-9100 or via e-mail: email@example.com. Once purchase has been completed the requested manual(s) will be sent to you via e-mail for your unrestricted use.
These "Manuals" can be viewed ( ONLY) free of charge by clicking the respective image(s) below. Note : they cannot be printed until purchased.
Michael Poles can help provide litigation support for these matters. Call us today at (800) 684-9100 or fill out our case evaluation form.