Quality programs and issue management do not stop at substantial completion!
Quality programs and issue management do not stop at substantial completion and final completion. Quality programs and issue management do not stop at handover and turnover. For responsible contractors and owners, quality programs and issue management always continue during the one-year correction period after substantial [...]
Join us for the New York City Navisworks User Group in part three of a web meeting series. You'll learn about the Vela Field Management Suite and programs like Field BIM-Data and a preview of the new Field BIM-Interactive.
Building Information Models (BIM) have demonstrated great value for design and pre-construction processes. Going further and leveraging [...]
Understanding A201: There is no one-year warranty period!
In my next series of blogs, Understanding A201, AIA Document A201™-2007, General Conditions of the Contract for Construction, the American Institute of Architects standard form of agreement between the owner and contractor, let’s begin to review some of the key principles related to construction quality, safety and commissioning [...]
Following my blog entry last week “How to Build a Construction Quality Checklist, Part 4”, today let’s summarize some of the construction industry best practices as to how to develop a construction quality checklist, as part of a company quality program.
Here’s a recap of 15 construction industry best practices as to how to develop a [...]