CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, QUALITY CONTROL & RISK MANAGEMENT
Major Responsibilities of Quality Control Managers, to ensure that project goals are achieved include:
Assist in preparing proposal technical approach and cost related to Quality Program implementation.
Prepare Quality Control Project Plans, including Definable Features of Work, inspection requirements, and testing plan. Prepare appropriate, targeted field forms associated with this Plan.
Ensure compliance with Submittal requirements, including maintaining submittal logs, tracking review/approval/resubmittal, and review of technical submittals as required based on subject matter expertise.
Assist project team in preparing Request for Information (RFI) as necessary.
Implement field 3-phase Quality Control process in accordance with USACE Construction Quality Management for Contractors training.
Document field quality deficiencies, and track via Deficiency Log through closeout.
Build and lead a QC team of subject matter experts to execute successful job specific QC programs.
Work with field team to understand the timing and rationale for quality “hold points” for inspection and testing. Plan with the field team to effectively implement the inspection and testing plan.
Complete targeted Daily Quality Control Reports, notes of Preparatory and Initial Phase meetings, and reports of deficiencies. The focus must be on features of the work inspected and tested and the results of those inspections/testing.
Report the status of quality program implementation to the Program Quality Control Manager, with copies to the Site Superintendent.
Assist project team in resolving outstanding quality concerns. Troubleshoot and problem solve as required on all projects.
Having a proven track record of meeting production, quality and customer service standards in a fast paced construction environment.