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Shop Drawing Review


The Power of the Third Party

“If we could first know where we are, and whither we are tending, we could better judge what to do, and how to do it.”

–Abraham Lincoln

Zero/Six shop drawing review makes sure everyone knows where they are and that matters of the building envelope are being tended to so that you can better judge what to do and how to do it. Utilizing a third party to review shop drawings and calculations can offer an objective opinion, with deeper insight, to achieve optimal performance and gain compliance with specific international standards designed to protect the integrity of the work. The key factor is not just identifying the problem within the submittals, but providing solutions and collaborating with the contractor to revise or complement the documents as needed. Zero/Six Consulting offers a full-range of construction administration services, including mock-up review and testing; shop drawings and submittals review; and onsite quality control inspections.

Our highly specialized building envelope staff makes us uniquely qualified to assist our clients with the realization of the building envelope from conceptual design through commissioning.

Quality Control Program


At Zero/Six we pride ourselves on  communication, verification and consistency, our Quality Control Program is protocol on every project we are apart of.  The corner stone of our firm is the quality of product we provide to our clients, our Quality Control Program is the integral component in delivering a successful project.

The Zero/Six team plays the role of your representative onsite making sure that all construction and installation follows construction drawings as well as manufacturers specifications for warranties.  We are available as much or as little as needed, providing anything from once-a-week inspections to full-time onsite personnel.  With Zero/Six, you have the confidence that all work is being performed to your high standards.

Our inspections are accompanied by daily reporting of activities supported by digital photographs and architectural sketches where needed.

It is far more economical to catch problems as they occur than to identify and remediate a year or two after construction is completed.