Guide to Construction Quality (Site Production and Assembly)
The main focus of this guide is on how Quality Management is achieved during the site production process, including the requirements for ensuring quality is managed through the supply chain. A transformation and improvement challenge is needed to bring quality to the fore for the construction industry. Quality engineering should be an integral part of the construction industry. The focus is away from checking and remedying defects, and towards defect prevention.
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- Putting Quality into Context
- Quality Management Systems – The Basics
- Quality Management – Principles of Good Practice
- The Quality Plan
- Drivers, Issues, Disruptors Enablers and Actions
- Quality Management Tools and Techniques
- Background Information and Research
- Relevant Standards by Work Section
- References and Bibliography
- Appendix One: Standards Related to Masonry