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  • Construction quality control is a management system intended to verify that the completed product meets the client's standards and specifications. This includes completing the project within the work scope and avoiding conflicts throughout the project's life cycle.

    A construction site quality manager plays an integral part in the project; the responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Creating/monitoring quality program metrics to assess project performance. Analyzing the said communicated metrics to determine the core cause of any troubling tendencies and then collaborating with the appropriate parties to rectify those items.
    • Mentoring and developing the onsite partner construction QA/QC team to foster a high-performing team.
    • Developing robust QA/QC processes and standards in collaboration with Construction Management and other Regional Management teams to enable efficiency and effectiveness and lead efficient cross-functional interactions.
    • Leading the quality team and serving as the primary liaison between the design, construction, facility operations leadership, and general contractor.
    • Providing QA/QC program direction to staff and subcontractors.
    • Providing personnel training to ensure they are aware of quality procedures and their unique duties in the QA/QC process.
    • Coordinating quality issues among design, construction, and facility operations teams.
    • Auditing QA/QC operations of staff and subcontractors to ensure compliance with QA/QC procedures.
    • Examining all submittals for quality assurance (especially MEP submittals) and making comments to ensure all documents are compliant.
    • Ensuring compliance with stated requirements, performing quality engineering evaluations of design documents, including vendor quality manuals and corporate quality records.
    • Collaborating with Project and Quality Management to implement corrective and preventive actions for project nonconformances and quality issues.
    • Providing input on Commissioning Agents.
    • Assisting Construction Manager in ensuring the completeness and accuracy of the Turnover Documentation Package.
    • Assisting in the review of installed labeling, signage, and tagging.
    • Contributing to creating project-specific QA/QC dashboards, equipment tracking matrices, and semi-annual QA/QC "Deep Dive" presentations.
    • Attending construction meetings as needed, such as the weekly project and monthly global QA/QC meetings, MEP/OAC weekly meetings, and daily start-up and commissioning meetings.

    Take A Course In Construction Quality Control

    Besides providing you with unparalleled construction site quality managers, Titan university also offers phenomenal courses tailored for quality control, allowing you to kickstart your career as a successful Construction quality control Manager in Ohio. Our extensive course outline includes but is not limited to:

    • Contract Administration in RMS
    • Daily QC Report Development for USACE Construction Projects
    • Mastering RMS 3.0 USACE
    • Quality Control In Construction – Quality Control Planning
    • Submittal Proficiency in RMS 3.0 USACE
    • Turbidity Monitoring for Dredging Operations

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