New Hampshire is a state in the New England region of the United States. It shares its borders to the south with Massachusetts, the west with Vermont, the east with Maine and the Gulf of Maine, and the north with Quebec in Canada. New Hampshire is the fifth smallest state in land area and the 10th least populous, with just over 1.3 million residents. TITAN Consulting offers unparalleled construction management services to cater to its valued clients in New Hampshire.

Construction Management is a strategic approach that entails managing a project's duration, cost, quality, safety, and scope. Today quality control and safety have become essential considerations for project managers in construction management, which calls for entrusting responsibilities to professionals to streamline the whole process while keeping a bird's eye view of the project development life cycle.

Construction Quality Control is a comprehensive process that guarantees the completed, deliverable project meets the client's expectations and specifications while requiring the stakeholders to adhere to the project's scope and avoiding disagreements throughout its life cycle.

A seamless quality management system allows you to define quality, monitor it, and make changes to meet requirements. As a Project Manager, you must supervise the whole process while keeping a bird's eye view of the project – from start to finish. Leveraging top Construction Project Management techniques speed up the process and ensure project delivery on time without compromising quality.

Quality Control is one of the most important aspects of any construction project since it directly affects the quality of the inputs and the completed project. Although businesses intend to maintain and optimize quality, the processes and checks and balances required to achieve quality are either misdirected or non-existent.

TITAN Consultants specializes in residential, commercial, and government-sponsored construction projects and ensures that your projects comply with national and international construction protocols and standards.
Our Construction Quality Managers ensure that all of a company's services and operations meet and uphold predetermined standards, conduct inspections, and maintain detailed records that testify to the quality of the delivered project.

The roles and duties of our Quality Control Managers include, but are not limited to:

  • Developing company quality procedures, standards, and specifications
  • Matching processes with standards
  • Mastering RMS 3.0 USACECross-functional coordination to meet quality standards
  • Conducting internal audits and inspections
  • Presenting project proposals to clients
  • Discussing materials with suppliers
  • Writing management and technical reports
  • Overseeing budgets
  • Collecting and sharing statistics
  • Dealing with an emergency

TITAN University provides advanced, in-demand courses to help you become a successful construction manager. We offer a comprehensive Construction Management curriculum, including CMAA Test Preparation & Certification and TITAN University Online Construction Regulation Training ( There are over 10 courses available on this site. These courses prepare students for the CMAA Test ( You will be a Certified Construction Manager if you take and pass the CMAA exam.