Quality is not an act, it is a habit.
Lack of quality in construction is manifested in poor or non-sustainable workmanship, and unsafe structures, and in delays, cost overruns and disputes in construction contracts. Hence, Quality Control is a must. It is the part of Quality Management System that ensures products and service comply with requirements which is a work method that facilitates the measurement of the quality characteristics of a unit, compares them with the established standards, and analyses the differences between the results obtained and the desired results in order to make decisions which will correct any differences. The ultimate aim in this process is to integrate the quality into all design efforts and ensuring that implementations are performed in accordance with the approved drawings and specifications by using established Quality Control Procedures (QCP) and an integrated Quality Assurance Program (QPA) to monitor and provide approved methodology and reliability. This QAP sets prescribed standards of performance for design, construction, sampling, and analysis, as well as for site-specific project plans required by regulatory agencies such as corrective action programs, review of all drawings, plans and specifications, and procedures, technical review of all project reports etc.
PMGLOBAL offers to sustain monitoring and inspecting the project progress as it develops throughout the duration of the project by providing a particular constructability reviews, Quality Management Plan (QMP) mapping and installation, construction defects processing (snagging/de-snagging), On-site Quality Assurance and Quality Control supervision on a daily base services as per the design specifications, standards, laws and regulations and according to the predefined Quality Assurance Program. PMGLOBAL also uses a particular web-based run-on Management Software possessing easy to use panels not only in desktops but in hand-tools, enabling visual site inspections and defect management system. It replaces frustrating and error prone paperwork by allowing site engineers to capture photos and details of an issue, plot it on drawings with a simple click, and easily publish this information to the relevant places.