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Building construction companies today are under pressure to comply with local regulations regarding structural integrity and safety. It is particularly important for them to be able to insure themselves again future risk of defects. Though ten-year insurance policies are generally available, insurance companies are demanding that independent technical controls are carried out to formally measure risk and validate warranties.

The main aim of Building Technical Control is to help ensure the structural integrity and safety of new buildings under construction. All parts of construction are covered, from foundations, flooring, walls and roofing to installations.

Quality management in construction has become an absolute must. Environmental management systems are ISO 14001 and Occupational Safety Health Management Systems such as BS OHSAS 18001 and SCC in fashion. Nearly all medium-sized construction companies and especially the construction companies engaged in now after the introduction of a quality management system with the further development towards integrated management systems.

Quality management in construction has become one of the most successful strategies, despite ever-increasing demands yet to economic success in the market. More and more builders recognize its opportunity but also the responsibility, the quality of capacity development of your company in the management of construction projects and ensure demand. Exporting firms, contractors, professionals, planning and architecture firms are growing in size, for example, required in addition to their creative capacity to demonstrate, above all, its systemic, organizational and general business skills. Quality Austria Certificate is one of the best ways to do so

Major advantages of the quality management systems create in the construction industry

  • Defects of execution will be reduced
  • Repeating (on other sites or through other employees) to prevent
  • less rework during the construction period
  • Interface problems with clients, planners, subcontractors, suppliers, public authorities, etc., will be reduced.
  • Clear and fixed filing systems and standardized forms (in a low number) help to systematically furnish evidence and important documents (often many years later). Thanks to this, evidencing due diligence in liability issues will be made easier and accelerated.

Director's Note

"At QACA we believe in unlocking the potential of our people to serve them better to our clients. We are a growing organization and being in service sector, new ideas are must for survival. Nurturing young talented people is key to our success. We acknowledge the need to handle people differently since they are different. We provide equal opportunity to our people to let them prove that they are not equal"
-Pankaj Rai,
CEO and Regional Director Central Asia

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