Quality Assurance Policy
Construction Project Quality Specifications
- Fulfilling customer contract expectations is a primary objective of Concorde Construction Quality system. To ensure that customer expectations will be fulfilled, Concorde Construction clearly defines the requirements for each contract before it is approved.
- The project manager ensures that the information in customer contracts clearly defines customer expectations and that the necessary details are provided to set requirements for construction. Concorde Construction personnel and subcontractors and suppliers are accountable for compliance to standards-based written specifications.
- To achieve expectations reliably and consistently, specifications are clearly spelled out, not only for results but also for processes. Specifications apply to materials, work steps, qualified personnel and subcontractors and suppliers, safe work rules, and environmental work conditions.
Work Task Quality Inspections
- Concorde Constructions identifies a list of work tasks which will be quality controlled. Each work task is subject to a series of inspection; before, during, and after completion.
- Each inspection verifies compliance with full scope of the relevant specifications; not limited to inspection form checkpoints.
- The initial work task-ready inspection occurs when work is ready to start and ensure that work begins only when it does not adversely impact quality results.
- Incoming material inspections verify that materials are as specified and meet all requirements necessary to assure quality results.
- Work-in-process inspections continuously verify that work conforms to project specifications and quality expectations. Work continues only when it does not adversely impact quality results.
- At completion of the work task an inspections verifies that work has been completed in accordance with project quality requirements.