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Quality Control Inspections for Buildings

Zero/Six’s QC inspections successfully identify construction deficiencies well in time, before they turn into potential complaints or warranty call-outs

Quality Control Inspections (QCI) for Buildings include a set of procedures and processes that are performed on project sites to:

  • Assess the quality of construction of building exterior wall systems, assemblies and components.
  • Identify problem areas that need repairs or restoration.
  • Monitor and maintain building performance as per pre-determined quality standards.

Z6’s Quality Control Inspections for Buildings

  • Requirement of Basic Documents

For smooth functioning of a construction project, a detailed framework of internal processes and quality procedures needs to be developed, deployed and monitored regularly to undertake quality control measures.

A typical QC program for a construction project will involve:

    • Control of Documents
    • Control of Records
    • Internal Audits
    • Control of non-conforming components as specified in Non-Conformance Report (NCRs). An NCRs is a report that outlines:
      • What went wrong (nonconformity)
      • Why it went wrong (root cause)
      • What can be done to fix the problem (corrective action)
    • Preventive Actions (to avoid non-conformity)


  • Requirement of Additional Documents

Setting up of Quality Control Systems is considered highly complex for large infrastructure construction projects like commercial buildings, hotels, resorts, bridges, airports, marine projects, highways, dams, tunneling, etc. Additionally, implementing and monitoring adherence to the set quality procedures is even more cumbersome.  Some of the most common procedures and processes additionally required for Quality Control Inspections for buildings are as follows:

    • Procurement and Logistics Procedure
    • Codification of Documents and Drawings
    • Design Procedure
    • Subcontracting Procedure
    • Temporary Works Procedure
    • Management of Plant & Equipment (including maintenance plans and inspection schedules)
    • Handover: As-Built and Completion Procedure
    • Inspection and Quality Control Procedure
    • Surveying and Setting out Procedure
    • Material Approvals
    • Reporting Procedure
    • Cost Control Procedure
    • Administration & Correspondence
    • Calibration Procedure
    • Assessing client satisfaction
    • Request for Information (RFI) Procedure
    • Design Field Change Procedure (for changing parts of the design on site due to several restrictions)
    • Training Procedure


  • Key Highlights of Z6 QC Inspections

It is recommended to keep your system for Quality Control Inspections for buildings simple for easy implementation. Our expertise helps determine strategic goals and implementation plans that maximize the value within budget limitations, schedule conflicts, environmental concerns, and other factors that occur during the creation and maintenance of facilities.

Following are key highlights of our QCI services:

    • Assess and identify multiple quality points and integrate seamlessly into overall QC program
    • Streamline scheduling, inspection, and reporting processes
    • Help your staff meet the Construction Performance Guidelines
    • Auto-generate detailed reports of findings including trends in findings
    • Access findings and reports 24/7 at your fingertips through Client Portal
    • Minimize warranty repair costs and complaints
    • Enhance overall customer satisfaction

Contact Us today to get a quote for our Quality Control Inspection for Buildings Services. Call us on: 409.740.0090 or visit our website: