CE-222: Quality Control & Quality Assurance at Construction Sites (Part #1) The focus of this course is to clarify the quality requirements and responsibilities for both the Contractor and the Owner’s representatives during the construction life of a capital project, based on the International Standards Organization’s (ISO) framework, which can be used to assure the successful management of any business. The course explains not only WHAT is required to successfully implement 13 ISO Management Elements, but also HOW those processes can be practically achieved in the field, as well as presenting EXAMPLES of good QC end-products. This results in the elimination of the often grinding conflict between maintaining the project schedule & giving the Owner a quality project that both parties can be proud of while maximizing the Contractor’s profitability.
CE-223: Quality Control & Quality Assurance at Construction Sites (Part #2) The course also shows how to encourage the efficient and effective performance of the Quality Control responsibilities of the Contractor and the Quality Assurance responsibilities of the Owner’s representatives. This is achieved by facilitating the Contractor’s progress and making certain that the specified level of quality is delivered, which gets the job done right the first time, and minimizes punch-lists & call-backs. Small group exercises are included, as time permits, to imprint these methods on the mind so that the course information is ready to be used the next day, on the job.
Wednesday, September 24, 2014 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
The Club Quarters52 William StNew York, New York 10005212-859-2200
50 (30 remaining)
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