Quality Control I

Quality Control I

Quality control comes into play at all levels Quality control starts at the very beginning of a project, not just in the field How do you canvas? Is your canvas effective? Does your estimator do a takeoff in the same way each time, regardless of the complexity or simplicity of the project? Do you read and review all the contract documents before signing? Controlling your materials is like controlling your profits Hitting all the deadlines and dotting the i’s and crossing t’s doesn’t count for much if the work is not done to your standards  

Quality control (QC): A procedure or set of procedures intended to ensure that a manufactured product or performed service adheres to a defined set of quality criteria or meets the requirements of the client or customer. 

That’s a fairly straightforward definition for a not so straightforward task. Achieving and maintaining the quality of your work output should be of paramount importance to anyone in business today. Separating your shop from the pack is a difficult and d

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