Poor construction methods and workmanship is responsible for the failure of buildings and structure. The poor construction methods and workmanship is caused due to negligence and inadequate quality control at construction site. The effects of some of the poor construction methods are discussed below: (a) Incorrect placement of steel Incorrect placement of steel can result(…)
Quality control and safety represent increasingly important concerns for project managers. Defects or failures in constructed facilities can result in very large costs. Even with minor defects, re-construction may be required and facility operations impaired. Increased costs and delays are the result. In the worst case, failures may cause personal injuries or fatalities. Accidents during(…)
Study duties responsibilities, Tender specification, standards, codes of practice and work instruction.
Evolve effective acceptance/rejection procedures for construction materials in coordination with the project purchase department.
Quality assurance refers to the managerial process which determine the organisation’s design, objectives and resources, the project team, funding agencies, performance standards and feedback on the project’s performance, appropriate actions to deal with deviations and all steps necessary for promoting quality awareness at all levels and in all parts of the project organisation. A typical(…)