The quality of construction on a project is driven by the Construction Manager in charge of the job. Journey Construction has a long history of performing quality work. The standard for quality starts early on in the construction process with the selected subcontractors and pre-construction meeting that is held and the importance of quality is discussed. Quality like safety is everyone’s business. During preconstruction, the project team members will set the level of quality and decide how to monitor and enforce quality, then our field superintendent can hold people accountable.
QUALITY ASSURANCE MONITORING STARTS WITH THE SUPERINTENDENT ON THE JOBSITE AND WILL BE AS FOLLOWS:
- Addendums are incorporated into on site construction documents.
- RFI’s, ASI’s, and owner/architect directives are incorporated into on site
- Superintendent walks site daily and compiles a “deficiency” log (list of items to be
- Deficiency logs are reviewed with the construction team on weekly basis to monitor
- Project manager walks site weekly and adds to superintendent deficiency log.
- Upon 85% completion of major milestone dates a pre-punchlist is generated for
specific areas of construction. These items are completed prior to owner/architect
punchlist start date.
- A materials testing firm will be hired to verify material compliance with
specifications including but not limited to: concrete, steel, masonry, reinforcing,
and soil compaction.