Texas is a very important state with respect to our country’s economy, infrastructure, border security, and natural resources. Its coastline resides in the Gulf of Mexico, which is a highly utilized area for trade as well as oil drilling. In 2018, there was 500 million dollars allocated to Texas just for dredging. With a multitude of federal facilities, wall construction, and since TX is the 2nd largest state in both area and population, you can bet this state has plenty of construction work. We are constantly providing quality control services in Texas. As Quality Control Managers in TX, we have conducted contract compliance services in the following cities:

  • Houston
  • San Antonio
  • Amarillo
  • Dallas
  • El Paso
  • Corpus Christi
  • San Antonio
  • Laredo
  • Abilene
  • Sabine-Neches

We have supported operations as Construction Quality Control Managers on the following military and government installations:

  • Fort Hood
  • Fort Sam Houston
  • Pantex Facility
  • El Paso VA Medical Center
  • Dallas-Fort Worth VA National Cemetery

Throughout the dozens of projects, we have managed in a QCM capacity in TX, our efforts have supported many government agencies such as USACE Fort Worth District and Galveston District. We are also proud to provide services to NAVFAC Southeast Installations throughout Texas. As CQC System Managers, our number 1 goal is to ensure contract compliance. This protects not only the end user, but also the prime and sub-contractors from having to fix or replace work. Our work consists of RMS maintenance and updates, submittals, three-phase inspections, progress meetings, punch-out, pre-finals, and final acceptance inspections, and operate as the liaison between the prime contractor and the contract facilitator.
Conduct punch-out, pre-final, and final acceptance inspections

Yes, there are certification courses available and provided through the Galveston District. Courses are a first come first served basis with limited seating.


Most of the requirements to work in the state are the same throughout the country. However, there are more stringent qualification requirements on the more complicated projects. But this is typically the same thing throughout the rest of the states.


With TX being the second largest state by area, and due to it’s geographical location, you can bet that there is plenty of QCM construction work in the state.


You can find the Dallas Fort Worth and Galveston districts in TX, but they do not cover all of TX. Due to the states immense size, Tulsa and Albuquerque Districts also cover a portion of TX.

Sam Rayburn still generates power. As a matter of fact, we are proud to have worked on portions of the Sam Rayburn dam to upgrade electrical components inside the dam!