Quality Control Plan

Version Date: March 22, 2011

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Project-specific Quality Control Plan Quality Manual Tab 1 Tab 2 Tab 3 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures

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PROJECT-SPECIFIC QUALITY CONTROL PLAN
Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack N69450-11-C-4085 By , LLC
328 S. Main St. Bellefontaine, OH 43311

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SIGNATURE SHEET
This Project Quality Control Plan was prepared and approved by:

Randall Anderson, Quality Control Manager

This Project Quality Control Plan is approved by:

, President

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... 49 Punch-Out QC Inspection ..................... 38 Phase 2: Initial Phase ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... Quality Testing Plan and Log .................................................................................................................................................................... 19 E............................................................................................................................................................................................. Completion of Rework and Control of Nonconformances ....................................................................................................................................... and Authority of QC Personnel ............................................................................................................. Outside Organizations ........................................................................................................................................ 13 D................ 39 Phase 3: Follow-up Phase . 49 Pre-Final Customer Inspection .................................................. Submittals Procedures ............................................................................................ 7 B....................................................................................................................................................................................... Personnel Matrix ............................................................................................................................ 30 Preparation of Inspection and Test Plan . 33 Nonconformance Preventive Actions ....................... 8 Personnel Qualifications .............. 30 I.. 8 C...........................................................PROJECT QUALITY CONTROL PLAN TABLE OF CONTENTS The Project Quality Control Plan contents correspond with USACE / NAVFAC / AFCESA / NASA UFGS-01 45 02 (November 2009) SECTION 01 45 02 Construction Quality Control (QC) Plan requirements A.................................................... 22 F........................ 49 Final Acceptance Customer Inspection ......................................... Project QC Organization Chart ............................................ 53 Page 5 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18 Purchase Order Approval ......................................................................................... Training Plan and Procedures .......... 28 H.................................................................... 32 Nonconformance Controls ................. 48 M......................................................... 40 L................................................................................................................................ 34 J........................................................................................ 38 Phase 1: Preparatory Phase .......................... 50 N...................................................................................................................................................... Names and Qualifications ............................... Duties............................ Responsibilities..................................................................... 2011 Copyright ............. Testing Laboratory Information ....................................................... 19 Qualification of Testing Laboratories ................ 27 G........................................................................................... Appointment of QC Personnel..................................................................................................................... 28 Qualification of Testing Laboratories ............................... 36 K................................................................................................. List of Quality Controlled Features of Work ................ 32 Nonconformance Corrective Actions .................................. Project Completion Inspections ................ 18 Qualification of Subcontractors and Suppliers .................... 12 Quality Responsibilities .... Procedures for Three Phases of Control and FOW Completion Inspection ..........

........ 58 Design Pan ...... 55 Personnel Certifications ............................................................................................................................ Design Control ................... 55 P....................... Additional Quality Control Requirements .................................................................................................. Organization and Personnel Certifications ......... 63 Page 6 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.................................................................................. 2011 Copyright ........................................................................................ 55 Company Qualifications...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 53 O................................................................................. 58 Design Reviews .......................................................................................... 58 Q......................................................................Project Quality Training .......................................................

The lines of authority preserve independence of quality control personnel from the pressures of production. 2011 Copyright . The organization chart defines lines of authority as indicated by solid connection. and organizational and administrative interfaces with the customer. Figure A-1 President Director of Quality Design Manager Quality Control Manager Superintendent Project Manager Purchasing and Estimating Manager Third Party Inspection and Testing Agencies Crew Foremen Subcontractors Page 7 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. QC Organizational Structure Procedures The President defines the organization chart for the project. dotted lines indicate lines of communication. names of assigned personnel. Figure A-1 shows the QC Organization Chart for this project. The organizational chart includes job titles. and then appoints only qualified persons to the project organization. The President assesses the qualification requirements for each position on the project organization chart. Additional detail on policies and procedures for the preparation of the project organization chart appear in Quality Manual section 2. qualifications of each person. The chart includes job positions along with the name of each person appointed to that position.1 Project Organization Chart.A. PROJECT QC ORGANIZATION CHART The Project QC Organization Chart shows the QC organizational structure.3.

and their job qualifications documentation for all key project job positions. Resumes and Project Personnel Qualifications exhibits are included in this subsection.B.1.1. persons appointed.2 Required Capabilities Knowledge of Company quality standards Knowledge of job responsibilities and authority Demonstrated skills and knowledge Demonstrated ability Demonstrated results Personnel Qualification Assessments The Quality Control Manager also evaluates independent contractor personnel on the same standards that apply to employees. 2011 Copyright . responsibilities and authority of their appointed positions. Table B-1 lists the positions. NAMES AND QUALIFICATIONS Job qualifications for each person appointed to key project job positions are documented by their resumes.1      1. 1.1. Table B-1 Job Position Quality Control Manager Superintendent Project Manager Purchasing Manager Name         Qualification Documents and Records Resume Project Personnel Qualification Form Resume Project Personnel Qualification Form Resume Project Personnel Qualification Form Resume Project Personnel Qualification Form The President has approved each person listed on the Project QC Organization Chart as having the qualifications necessary to carry out their duties. Page 8 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. Additional project personnel qualifications are documented on Project Personnel Qualification forms.1. Personnel Qualifications The Quality Control Manager qualifies employee capabilities to ensure that they are capable of completely carrying out their assigned quality responsibilities.

2011 Copyright . Page 9 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.3 Personnel Qualifications.3.Additional detail on policies and procedures for qualifications appear in Quality Manual section 2.

State] [Degree. year] Page 10 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.Resume [Insert Name] 328 S.] Project Experience  [Type the project name] | [Type the project location/address] [Type the start date] – [Type the end date] [Type job responsibilities]  [Type the project name] | [Type the project location/address] [Type the start date] – [Type the end date] [Type job responsibilities]  [Type the project name] | [Type the project location/address] [Type the start date] – [Type the end date] [Type job responsibilities] Skills  [Type list of skills]  [Type list of skills]  [Type list of skills] Education [SCHOOL NAME – City. 2011 Copyright . Bellefontaine. OH 43311 Professional Profile [Include a brief paragraph about yourself and career history including your professional and personal profile as it relates to the project you will be working on. Main St.

2011 Name: Project ID Project Name Job Position: Approval  Yes  No Approved By Review Topics Project-Related Job Credentials Certification required: Certifications and expiration dates: Training required: Training completed and expiration date: Licenses required: License and expiration dates: Type and length of experience required: Certifications and expiration dates: Qualifications      Knowledge of Company quality standards Knowledge of Company job responsibilities and authority Demonstrated skills and knowledge Demonstrated ability Demonstrated results Qualification Notes: Provisional Approval: Action plan for improvement Follow-up results and date Page 11 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. 2011 Copyright .Project Personnel Qualification Form Version March 22.

Table C-1 shows the duties. and authorities defined as follows. each job position has specific duties. Table C-1 QC Personnel Name Job Position President Director of Quality Quality Control Manager Superintendent Project Manager Purchasing Manager On this project. responsibilities. 2011 Copyright . and authority assigned to personnel on this project. responsibilities. AND AUTHORITY OF QC PERSONNEL QC personnel assigned to this project have the duties. RESPONSIBILITIES.C. Page 12 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. responsibilities and authority defined by their job position. DUTIES.

quality responsibilities of the President include:        Ensuring that each employee understands his or her quality responsibilities as well as quality policies Establishing company quality policies and objectives Conducting management reviews of the Quality System Ensuring the availability of necessary resources and information for effective operation of the Quality System Demonstrating commitment to the Quality System and its integrity Ensuring achievement of quality objectives Continuously improving the Quality System Director of Quality: Quality Duties. and Authority Page 13 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. the Director of Quality is responsible for:          Fully implementing all provisions of the Quality System and related documents.Quality Responsibilities On this project. Responsibilities. and Authority While everyone is responsible for quality. responsibilities. 2011 Copyright . Regardless of other duties. each job position has specific duties. and Authority The Director of Quality is responsible for ensuring company-wide effectiveness of the Quality System. Regardless of other duties. Manage the operation of the Quality System Implement and manage all phases of quality control Ensuring that the Quality System is established and implemented by persons doing work that impacts quality Ensuring that the Quality System is maintained Ensuring company-wide conformance to Quality System requirements Acting as liaison with parties outside the company on matters relating to quality Reporting to senior management on performance of the Quality System. Responsibilities. and authorities defined as follows. including needed improvements Review and approval of all Quality System documents Project Quality Control Manager: Quality Duties. the President is the one person in the company ultimately responsible for quality. Responsibilities. President: Quality Duties.

Suspend work and/or supply of materials by any staff member. Project Manager: Quality Duties. the Project Manager is responsible for:       Demonstrating commitment to the Quality System and its integrity Ensuring achievement of project quality objectives Providing adequate resources for effective operation of the Quality System on the project Ensuring that each project employee understands his or her quality responsibilities as well as quality policies Conducting management reviews of the Quality System Ensuring the availability of necessary resources and information for effective operation of the Quality System Page 14 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. Regardless of other duties. the Quality Control Manager is responsible for:           Fully implementing all provisions of the Quality System and related documents on the project. subcontractor personnel. 2011 Copyright . including needed improvements Review and approval of all project Quality System records Review and approval of project quality-related contract submittals Managing all project inspection and quality control activities The Quality Control Manager has the authority to:     Stop work when continuing work may adversely affect quality or cover up a defect Prevent the use of materials that may adversely affect quality or cover up a defect To direct the removal and replacement of any non-conforming work or material by . any subcontractor. or any supplier. responsibilities and authority as the Project Quality Control Manager. and Authority The Project Manager is the one person responsible for management of a specific project. Manage the operation of the Quality System on the project. Regardless of other duties.The Project Quality Control Manager is responsible for ensuring the overall effectiveness of the Quality System for a specific project. Responsibilities. Implement and manage all phases of quality control Ensuring that the Quality System is established and implemented by persons doing work that impacts quality Ensuring that the Quality System is maintained Acting as the project quality liaison with parties outside the company on matters relating to quality Reporting to senior management on performance of the Quality System. or supplier as deemed necessary to assure quality results. Alternate Quality Control Managers acting in the role of the Project Quality Control Manager has the same quality duties.

Responsibilities. contract requirements. Responsibilities. contract drawings. A Superintendent has specific responsibilities for:  Ensuring that construction meets government regulatory and code requirements. approved contract submittals. and Authority The Purchasing and Estimating Manager ensures that designs conform to customer contract requirements and quality standards. and Authority A Superintendent verifies that work performed by subcontractors and work crews conforms to quality standards. 2011 Copyright . tests. and recording findings Accurately assessing subcontractor quality and on-time performance Ensuring that quality standards are achieved before approving subcontractor or work crew completion of work      The Superintendent has the authority to:     Stop work when continuing work may adversely affect quality or cover up a defect Prevent the use of materials that may adversely affect quality Direct the removal or replacement of any non-conforming work or material Suspend work and/or supply of materials as deemed necessary to assure quality results Alternate Superintendent has the same quality duties. contract technical specifications. or supplier as deemed necessary to assure quality results. Multiple Superintendents may be assigned to the project. Purchasing and Estimating Manager: Quality Duties. responsibilities and authority as the Superintendent. customer requirements. The Purchasing and Estimating Manager has authority to: Page 15 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. subcontractor personnel. Superintendent: Quality Duties. The President appoints one or more Superintendents for each project. and company quality standards and specifications Ensuring that subcontractors begin work in accordance with start-work policies Ensuring that subcontractors receive a notice to work only when conditions will not adversely affect quality results Conducting quality inspections.The Project Manager has authority to:    Stop work when continuing work adversely affects quality or covers up a defect Prevent the use of materials that would adversely affect quality or cover up a defect Suspend work and/or supply of materials by any staff member.

industry standards. and Authority The Design Manager is the one person responsible for designing a specific project. and Authority All employees have quality responsibilities that include:    Conformance to project quality requirements Compliance with the project quality plan Meeting or exceeding all applicable regulations.  Prevent the use of materials that may adversely affect quality Suspend work and/or supply of materials as deemed necessary to assure quality result Design Manager: Quality Duties. 2011 Copyright . codes. Responsibilities. Responsibilities. the Design Manager is responsible for:    Performing design work and/or overseeing the work of a design subcontractor. Ensuring achievement of project design quality objectives Ensuring that each design employee understands his or her quality responsibilities as well as quality policies The Design Manager has authority to:   Stop work when continuing work adversely affects quality or cover up a design flaw Prevent the use of designs that would adversely affect quality or cover up a defect All Employees: Quality Duties. Regardless of other duties.  All employees have the authority to:   Stop work when continuing work may adversely affect quality or cover up a defect Prevent the use of materials that may adversely affect quality Page 16 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. and manufacturer specifications as well as meeting or exceeding our customers’ contract and individual requirements. Fully implementing and complying with all provisions of the Quality Manual.

Responsibilities. 2011 Copyright .Additional detail on policies and procedures regarding quality responsibilities appear in Quality Manual section 1. and Authority.3Quality Duties. Page 17 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.

3 Required Credentials The Quality Control Manager defines quality-related credentials for each project Feature of Work that affects quality including required:     1. and construction work department capabilities to ensure that they are capable of completely carrying out their assigned quality responsibilities before approving and signing the contract. 2011 Copyright . OUTSIDE ORGANIZATIONS Outside organizations will be used to provide products. subcontractor. Supplier and Subcontractor Qualification form exhibits are included in this subsection.1. A Source of Supply form exhibit is included in this subsection. Policies and Procedures for Selecting Outside Organizations Qualification of Subcontractors and Suppliers The Quality Control Manager qualifies supplier. purchase order. Subcontractors and suppliers must meet all Quality System requirements by either 1) working under the Quality System or 2) operating their own quality program as long as it meets Quality System requirements.1.1.D.1. The qualifications of listed suppliers have been verified. Key outside organizations that will be used on this project are listed on the Source of Supply form. standards and product instructions Equipment availability Production capacity Page 18 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. or work order.4           Organization and personnel licenses Personnel training Organization and personnel certifications Organization and personnel experience Required Capabilities Senior person designated as Quality Control Manager Knowledge of Company quality standards Demonstrated capability to complete work to Company quality standards Demonstrated skills and knowledge Demonstrated experience Demonstrated results Effective self-inspection process Access to codes. 1. materials and/or services.

5Project Purchase Order Approvals. and sign each purchase order. Demonstrated results For critical components. All nonconformances must be corrected before work in the affected area begins. The supplier or subcontractor must agree to the purchase order terms and specifications. 2011 Copyright . the Quality Control Manager determines if a source quality inspection is necessary to validate supplier quality and delivery capabilities. Army Corps of Engineers Materials Testing Center (MTC) American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) program Additional detail on policies and procedures for the selection and qualification appear in Quality Manual section 6. and then sign the contract or purchase order.2Qualification of Suppliers. The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) International Accreditation Services. S. Qualification of Testing Laboratories Independent laboratories performing tests or quality inspections have additional requirements for purchase order specifications including certification by a nationally recognized testing accreditation organization as appropriate for the scope of the inspection or test:       NRTL: A nationally recognized testing laboratory according to 29 CFR 1910. The provisional subcontract supplements the subcontract with requirements for actions that address correction of the nonconformances. The Project Manager must review. the Quality Control Manager may approve a provisional subcontract. and Departments and 6. NVLAP: A testing agency accredited according to NIST's National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program. Page 19 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. (IAS) U. approve. Purchase Order Approval The Project Manager ensures that contracts and purchase orders are issued only to qualified subcontractors and suppliers. When the subcontractor qualification assessment identifies minor nonconformances to the subcontract requirements. Subcontractors.7. Inc.

Source of Supply Form Version March 22. 2011 Project ID Project Name Preparer Date Product / Model / Item ID FOW Item # Description Supplier Manufacturer Remarks Page 20 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. 2011 Copyright .

certification. and training required: Qualifications  Senior person designated as Quality Control Manager  Knowledge of Company quality standards  Demonstrated capability to complete work to Company quality standards  Demonstrated skills and knowledge  Demonstrated experience QUALIFICATION NOTES: Provisional Approval: Action plan for improvement Follow-up results and date Page 21 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. standards and product instructions Equipment availability Production capacity Staffing availability Review Topics Project-Related Job Credentials Licenses required: Certification required: Training required: Type and length of experience required: Personnel license. 2011 Copyright .Project Subcontractor or Supplier Qualification Form Version March 22.       Demonstrated results Effective self-inspection process Access to codes. 2011 Company Name: Scope of Work (specification sections): Project ID Project Name Approval  Yes  Conditional  No Approved By Subcontractor Quality System:  Works under Quality System  Approved to Work under subcontractor’s quality system Subcontractor or Supplier site quality inspection  Site quality inspection required before approval  Site quality inspection of product/material required before delivery License and expiration dates: Certifications and expiration dates: Training completed and expiration date: Certifications and expiration dates: List each person’s credentials on the Subcontractor and Supplier Certifications and Licenses form.

E. Table E-1 Appointed Job Position Quality Control Manager Superintendent Project Manager Purchasing and Estimating Manager QC Personnel Name Each appointment is recorded on a Letter of Appointment. The President keeps a record of the appointment and signs the document. The project-specific Letter of Appointment exhibits are included as exhibits in this subsection. Additional detail on policies and procedures for the appointment of key project personnel appear in Quality Manual section 2.3 Project Personnel and Qualifications. The President assesses the qualifications of each person before the appointment is made. Key project personnel have accepted their appointments and declared their ability to carry out the appointments as indicated by their signature. Page 22 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. 2011 Copyright . Project-Specific Policies and Procedures for Appointing Personnel with QC responsibilities The President forms a project management team consisting of:      A Quality Control Manager A Project Manager A Superintendent A Purchasing and Estimating Manager A Design Manager (if required) The President appoints qualified persons to each project management job position with specific quality responsibilities and authorities. The person accepts the appointment by signing a declaration as a competent person. APPOINTMENT OF QC PERSONNEL Table E-1 lists the QC Personnel appointed to the project by the President.

2011 Project ID Project Name Appointed Quality Control Manager Please be advised that you are hereby appointed as Quality Control Manager for the above referenced project. Quality Control Manager signature and date: _________________________________________________________________ Page 23 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.Quality Control Manager Appointment Letter Version March 22. or any supplier. President signature and date: _________________________________________________________________ COMPETENT PERSON STATEMENT I am the designated Quality Control Manager capable and competent to carry out the responsibilities and authority as stated above. any subcontractor. subcontractor personnel. or supplier as deemed necessary to assure quality results. Suspend work and/or supply of materials by any staff member. I assign you responsible for:       Demonstrating commitment to the Quality System and its integrity Ensuring achievement of project quality objectives Providing adequate resources for effective operation of the Quality System on the project Ensuring that each project employee understands his or her quality responsibilities as well as quality policies Conducting management reviews of the Quality System. Your responsibilities include managing and implementing the Quality System and the Project Quality Control Plan regarding the referenced project. Ensuring the availability of necessary resources and information for effective operation of the Quality System I grant you unrestricted authority for carrying out the above responsibilities including:     Stopping work when continuing work adversely affects quality or covers up a defect Prevent the use of materials that would adversely affect quality or cover up a defect To direct the removal and replacement of any non-conforming work or material by . 2011 Copyright .

I assign you responsible for:       Demonstrating commitment to the Quality System and its integrity Ensuring achievement of project quality objectives Providing adequate resources for effective operation of the Quality System on the project Ensuring that each project employee understands his or her quality responsibilities as well as quality policies Conducting management reviews of the Quality System. any subcontractor.Project Manager Appointment Version March 22. 2011 Project ID Project Name Appointed Project Manager Please be advised that you are hereby appointed as Project Manager for the above referenced project. Project Manager signature and date: _________________________________________________________________ Page 24 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. or supplier as deemed necessary to assure quality results. 2011 Copyright . Suspend work and/or supply of materials by any staff member. Your responsibilities include managing and implementing the Quality System and the Project Quality Control Plan regarding the referenced project. subcontractor personnel. President signature and date: _________________________________________________________________ COMPETENT PERSON STATEMENT I am the designated Project Manager capable and competent to carry out the responsibilities and authority as stated above. or any supplier. The Project Manager is the one person responsible for management of a specific project. Ensuring the availability of necessary resources and information for effective operation of the Quality System I grant you unrestricted authority for carrying out the above responsibilities including:     Stopping work when continuing work adversely affects quality or covers up a defect Prevent the use of materials that would adversely affect quality or cover up a defect To direct the removal and replacement of any non-conforming work or material by .

contract requirements. or supplier as deemed necessary to assure quality results. Suspend work and/or supply of materials by any staff member. 2011 Copyright . and company quality standards and specifications Ensuring that subcontractors begin work in accordance with start-work policies Ensuring that subcontractors receive a notice to work only when conditions will not adversely affect quality results Conducting quality inspections. and recording findings Accurately assessing subcontractor quality and on-time performance Ensuring that quality standards are achieved before approving subcontractor or work crew completion of work I grant you unrestricted authority for carrying out the above responsibilities including:     Stopping work when continuing work adversely affects quality or covers up a defect Prevent the use of materials that would adversely affect quality or cover up a defect To direct the removal and replacement of any non-conforming work or material by . any subcontractor. tests. President signature and date: _________________________________________________________________ COMPETENT PERSON STATEMENT I am the designated Superintendent capable and competent to carry out the responsibilities and authority as stated above. Regardless of your other duties. contract drawings. Superintendent signature and date: _________________________________________________________________ Page 25 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. or any supplier. subcontractor personnel. approved contract submittals. customer requirements.Project Superintendent Appointment Version March 22. in the role of Superintendent I assign you responsible for:        Verification that work performed by subcontractors and work crews conforms to quality standards. contract technical specifications. 2011 Project ID Project Name Appointed Superintendent Scope of Project Responsibility (All or list each Feature of Work) All Please be advised that you are hereby appointed as Superintendent for the above referenced project. Ensuring that construction meets government regulatory and code requirements.

Project Design Manager signature and date: _________________________________________________________________ Page 26 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.Project Design Manager Appointment Version March 22. 2011 Project ID Project Name Appointed Superintendent Please be advised that you are hereby appointed as Design Manager for the above referenced project. 2011 Copyright . I assign you responsible for    Performing design work and/or overseeing the work of a design subcontractor. Regardless of your other duties. Ensuring achievement of project design quality objectives Ensuring that each design employee understands his or her quality responsibilities as well as quality policies I grant you unrestricted authority for carrying out the above responsibilities including:   Stop work when continuing work adversely affects quality or cover up a design flaw Prevent the use of designs that would adversely affect quality or cover up a defect President signature and date: COMPETENT PERSON STATEMENT I am the designated Project Design Manager capable and competent to carry out the responsibilities and authority as stated above.

Additional detail on policies and procedures for managing submittals appear in Quality Manual section 3 Contract Specifications. See Submittal Forms exhibits in this subsection for all the forms that will be used to submit submittals on this project. The Quality Control Manager will review and sign approval all submittals before they are submitted to the customer. All submittals will comply with the specified customer’s submittal procedures as specified in the contract documents. Customer supplied submittal forms will be used. SUBMITTALS PROCEDURES Lists of documents and records that will be submitted to the customer appear on the Submittal Schedule and Log form.F. 2011 Copyright . The Submittal Schedule and Log Form exhibit is included in this subsection. Page 27 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.

NVLAP: A testing agency accredited according to NIST's National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program. TESTING LABORATORY INFORMATION Testing laboratories are required to perform quality tests as identified on the Test Plan. 2011 Copyright . Inc. Page 28 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. and Departments and 6.2Qualification of Suppliers. (IAS) U. The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) International Accreditation Services. Army Corps of Engineers Materials Testing Center (MTC) American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) program Additional detail on policies and procedures for the selection and qualification appear in Quality Manual section 6. S. Records of qualification approval are maintained on the Laboratory Qualifications form and included as exhibits in this subsection. Policies and Procedures to Qualify Testing Laboratories Used for this Project Qualification of Testing Laboratories Independent laboratories performing tests or quality inspections have additional requirements for purchase order specifications including certification by a nationally recognized testing accreditation organization as appropriate for the scope of the inspection or test:       NRTL: A nationally recognized testing laboratory according to 29 CFR 1910.G. Credentials of laboratories that will be performing tests for this project are included as an exhibit in this subsection.7.5Project Purchase Order Approvals. Subcontractors.

and training required: License and expiration dates: Certifications and expiration dates: Training completed and expiration date: Certifications and expiration dates: List each person’s credentials on the Subcontractor and Supplier Certifications and Licenses form. Qualifications  Senior person designated as Quality Control Manager  Production capacity  Demonstrated skills and knowledge  Staffing availability  Demonstrated experience QUALIFICATION NOTES: Provisional Approval: Action plan for improvement Follow-up results and date Page 29 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.7. Army Corps of Engineers Materials Testing Center (MTC)  American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) program Training required: Type and length of experience required: Personnel license.Laboratory Qualification Form Version March 22. (IAS)  U. Inc.  NVLAP: A testing agency accredited according to NIST's National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program. S. 2011 Company Name: Scope of Work (specification sections): Project ID Project Name Approval  Yes  Conditional  No Approved By Review Topics Project-Related Job Credentials Licenses required: Certification required:  NRTL: A nationally recognized testing laboratory according to 29 CFR 1910. 2011 Copyright . certification.  The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO)  International Accreditation Services.

6 Project Quality Inspection and Test Plan and 8.H. QUALITY TESTING PLAN AND LOG The Quality Test Plan and Log lists the tests that will be performed on this project. The Quality Test Plan exhibit is included in this subsection. Page 30 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. Project Test Plan Preparation Procedures Preparation of Inspection and Test Plan The Quality Control Manager prepares quality inspection and test plans for a project that identifies:     Each required quality inspection and/or test Inspection and test specifications for each required quality inspection or test Hold points for customer quality inspection Specification requirements for each quality inspection and test Additional detail on policies and procedures for the preparation of the test plan appears in Quality Manual sections 2.4 Required Feature of Work Quality Inspections and Tests. 2011 Copyright .

Quality Inspection and Test Plan CONTRACT NUMBER PROJECT NAME CONTRACTOR SPECIFICATION SECTION AND PARAGRAPH NUMBER ACCREDITED/ APPROVED LAB SCHEDULE ACTIVITY ID TEST REQUIRED YES /NO SAMPLED BY TESTED BY LOCATION OF TEST ON/OFF SITE/SITE DATE COMPLETED DATE FORWARDED TO CUSTOMER REMARKS Page 31 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. 2011 Copyright .

a systematic method will be used to control the item. correct it. 2011 Copyright . inspector. Superintendent. A Nonconformance Report form exhibit is included in this subsection. The Superintendent identifies the limits of the affected area. COMPLETION OF REWORK AND CONTROL OF NONCONFORMANCES Should a nonconformance be identified by an inspection. or customer identifies a nonconformance or an observation. and ensure that project quality is not adversely impacted by the event. tape. Marking of Nonconformances and Observations When the Quality Control Manager. STOP WORK ORDER: When continuing work can adversely affect quality or hide the defect. work may continue in the affected area while the disposition of the item is resolved. The Superintendent quickly and clearly marks the stop work area. The Superintendent sends the nonconformance report to the Quality Control Manager. the Superintendent determines if work can continue in the affected area:  CONTINUE WORK: When continuing work does not adversely affect quality or hide the defect. Control the Continuation of Work After the item is marked. Nonconformances and their resolution are recorded on a Nonconformance Report form. the item is quickly and clearly marked by paint. correct it.  Recording of Nonconformances If the nonconformance or observed item by the Feature of Work completion inspection. Page 32 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. The Superintendent may place limitations on the continuation of work. and ensure that project quality is not adversely impacted by the event. Policies and Procedures to Control Nonconformances Nonconformance Controls Should a nonconformance be identified by an inspection there is a systematic method to control the item. tag. A nonconformance is any item that does not meet project specifications or Quality System requirements. or other easily observable signal to prevent inadvertent cover-up.I. the Superintendent or inspector records nonconformances on a nonconformance report. work must stop in the affected area until the disposition of the item resolved.

fit.    Nonconformance Corrective Actions The Superintendent verifies that corrective actions eliminate the nonconformance to the requirements of the original specifications or as instructed by the disposition of the nonconformance report. Control of Corrective Actions When a nonconformance is found. obliterates. the Quality Control Manager makes modifications as necessary by making changes to: Page 33 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.Quality Control Manager Disposition of Nonconformance Reports When the Quality Control Manager receives a Nonconformance Report. and then removes. USE AS-IS: When the nonconforming item is satisfactory for its intended use. he or she makes an assessment of the affect the reported nonconformance has on form. severity. REPAIR: The nonconformance can be brought into conformance with the original requirements through re-machining. reprocessing. When a solution requires changes to quality standards. REWORK: The nonconformance can be made acceptable for its intended use. Rework nonconformances must be approved by the customer. Furthermore. The Quality Control Manager may specify standards that apply to the completion of rework. and detectability of quality nonconformances items found during and after completion of construction activities. and function. 2011 Copyright . the Superintendent ensures that previously completed work is reinspected for similar nonconformances and corrective actions are taken to avert future occurrences (see section 9. the Superintendent ensures that:   Previously completed work is reinspected for similar nonconformances Corrective actions are taken to avert future occurrences The Quality Control Manager identifies requirements for corrective actions with respect to frequency. reassembly.3 Corrective Actions). or completion of the required operations. reinstallation. or covers the nonconformance marker. even though it is not restored to a condition that meets all specification requirements. Any use as-is items that do not meet all specification requirements must be approved by the customer. The Quality Control Manager may assign a disposition of either:  REPLACE: The nonconformance can be brought into conformance with the original specification requirements by replacing the nonconforming product or material with a conforming product or material.

Personnel and subcontractors performing or inspecting work participate in the training. improved processes. 2011 Copyright . Solutions may involve a combination of enhanced process controls. upgrade personnel qualifications. Page 34 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. Additional detail on policies and procedures for the preventing nonconformances appear in Quality Manual section 10 Preventive Actions. Nonconformance Preventive Actions Fixing problems found during quality inspections is not sufficient. makes changes to solve the problem. The Superintendent evaluates the effectiveness of the improvements. training.     Material specifications Personnel qualifications Subcontractor qualifications Company standards Inspection processes Corrective Action Training The Superintendent initiates corrective action training to address quality nonconformances. The Superintendent notifies affected subcontractors of selected preventive action training requirements. Additional detail on policies and procedures for the controlling nonconformances appear in Quality Manual section 9 Nonconformances and Corrective Actions. the item is no longer treated as a preventive action. The Quality Control Manager reviews improvement results recorded on quality inspection records and monthly field reviews. Follow-up ensures that a problem is completely resolved. If problems remain. When the Quality Control Manager determines that the improvement actions are effective. the process is repeated. A qualified Superintendent inspects corrective actions during regular quality inspections and records observations on the quality inspection form. Heightened awareness during quality inspections verifies and documents compliance with the corrective action improvement items. or use of higher-grade materials. Systematic prevention of recurrences is essential for improving quality.

2011 Copyright . location.Nonconformance Report Version March 22. affected area. and marking  Replace  Repair  Rework  Use As-is Disposition Approval of disposition required by customer representative? Yes  No  Customer approval signature /date: ___________________________________ Corrective Actions  Corrective actions completed Name/Date:_________________________ Customer acceptance of corrective actions required? Yes  No  Name/Date:_________________________ Preventive Actions  Preventive actions completed Name/Date:_________________________ Page 35 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. 2011 Nonconformance Report Control ID Project ID Project Name Quality Control Manager Signature / Disposition Date Preparer Signature/ Submit Date Description of the requirement or specification Description of the nonconformance.

Policies and Procedures for Preparing Project Features of Work List The Quality Control Manager identifies each Feature of Work that is a phase of construction that requires separate quality controls to assure and control quality results. markings and/or attached certification documents. For each quality controlled Feature of Work . Each FOW triggers as set of requirements for quality control inspections before. the Quality Control Manager determines the means of identification for inspection and test status by means of physical labels. LIST OF QUALITY CONTROLLED FEATURES OF WORK Each Feature of Work is subject to the three phases of control and completion inspection described in the next subsection. Page 36 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. 2011 Copyright . Additional detail on policies and procedures for the preparation of the Feature of Work appear in Quality Manual section 2. during and after work tasks.J. A listing of project Feature of Works is included on the Quality Control Feature of Work List is included as an exhibit in this subsection. tags.5 Identification of Quality Controlled Feature of Work.

Quality Controlled Feature of Work List Version March 22. 2011 Copyright . 2011 Project ID Project FOW / Contract Section Project Name Preparer Date Method for identification of Approved Inspection Status Description of Feature of Work Page 37 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.

PROCEDURES FOR THREE PHASES OF CONTROL AND FOW COMPLETION INSPECTION Three phases of control and a Feature of Work completion inspection will be performed for each defined feature of work. Procedures that will be used on this project to conduct the Phase I preparatory phase of control are as follows.K. The controls and the forms that will be used to record control activities are included on table K-1. and a preparatory meeting. process steps. Table K-1 Control Phase 1: Preparatory Phase Phase 2: Initial Phase Phase 3: Follow-up Phase Feature of Work Completion Inspection Form Preparatory Phase Checklist Initial Phase Checklist Contractor Quality Control Report Feature of Work Inspection Form Three Phases of Control and FOW Completion Inspection forms exhibits are included as an exhibit in this subsection. It includes a requirements review. certification. the Superintendent reviews an integrated and coordinated set of documents that collectively define quality requirements for the Feature of Work including:         Objectives and acceptance criteria of the FOW Quality standards that apply to the FOW Work instructions. Records of the preparatory phase of control are recorded on the Preparatory Phase Checklist included as exhibits in this subsection. Preparatory Project Quality Control Planning In preparation for the start of an upcoming Feature of Work. 2011 Copyright . site inspection. or other qualification requirements of personnel assigned to work Required records of the process and resulting product Page 38 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. and product installation instructions that apply to the FOW Shop drawings Submittals Tools and equipment necessary to perform the work License. Policies and Procedures to Conduct Each Project Phase of Control Phase 1: Preparatory Phase Phase 1 is the Preparatory Phase that plans quality for an upcoming Feature of Work.

supervising. and interested customer representatives.      The subcontractor contracted to perform the work.3. the Superintendent communicates the FOW quality requirements and reinforces heightened awareness for critical requirements. 2011 Copyright . or inspecting the FOW Record keeping requirements and the availability of necessary forms Review methods and sequences of installation Special details and conditions Standards of workmanship Heightened awareness of critical quality requirements Quality risks FOW quality inspection form Phase 2: Initial Phase Page 39 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. or inspecting the work. if applicable Customer contract requirements Required quality inspections and tests Method for clearly marking nonconformances to prevent inadvertent use Location of quality system records and documents Personnel training Preparatory Site Inspection The Superintendent also performs a quality inspection of the work area and:      Assesses completion of required prior work Verifies field measurements Assures availability and receiving quality inspection status of required materials Identifies any nonconformances to the requirements for the FOW to begin Identifies potential problems Feature of Work Preparatory Quality Planning Meetings Prior to the start of a Feature of Work.1 Findings of the FOW preparatory quality inspection in section 7. the Superintendent conducts a meeting with key company. During the meeting. subcontractor personnel responsible for carrying out. supervising.2 Conflicts that need resolution Required quality documents and a verification of availability to personnel carrying out.3. Topics for a FOW quality plan meeting include:            FOW quality requirements as identified in section 7.

Work in Process Follow-up The Superintendent or a qualified inspector performs ongoing work in process quality inspections to ensure that construction activities continue to conform to project quality requirements. the item is identified for correction. Any outstanding punch items remaining after the Feature of Work completion inspection is deemed a nonconformance. the Superintendent or a qualified inspector performs an initial work in process inspection when the first representative portion of a work activity is completed. 2011 Copyright . the Superintendent or a qualified inspector performs job-ready quality inspections to ensure that construction activities begin only when they should begin. Procedures that will be used on this project to conduct the Phase 2 initial phase of control are as follows. Job-ready Inspection before Work Begins For each Feature of Work. Phase 3: Follow-up Phase Phase 3 is the follow-up phase that occurs while work is in process to assure that work conforms to quality project requirements and continues only when it does not adversely impact quality results. Records of the initial phase inspection is maintained using the Initial Phase Checklist form appearing as an exhibit in this subsection. Records of the Feature of Work completion inspections is maintained using the Feature of Work Completion Inspection form appearing as an exhibit in this subsection. Page 40 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. Records of the follow-up phase inspection is maintained using the Initial Contractor Quality Control form appearing as an exhibit in this subsection. Punch Item Corrections If the Superintendent or inspector observes an item for correction prior to a Feature of Work completion inspection. During the Feature of Work completion inspection each punch item correction is verified. Procedures that will be used on this project to conduct the Phase 3 Follow-up phase of control are as follows. Initial Work Inspection For each Feature of Work.Phase 2 is the Initial Phase occurs when crews are ready to start work to ensure work begins only when it does not adversely impact quality results. Job-ready quality inspections verify that conditions conform to the project quality requirements. Inspections are performed before work starts and after work starts.

Feature of Work Completion Inspection For each Feature of Work. Completion quality inspections are performed for each Feature of Work. Completion quality inspections are conducted before starting other construction activities that may interfere with an inspection. the Quality Control Manager or a qualified inspector inspects the completion of each Feature of Work to verify that work conforms to project quality requirements. 2011 Copyright . Any outstanding punch items remaining after the Feature of Work completion inspection is deemed a nonconformance. Page 41 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.

IF NOT.) COMMENTS: MATERIAL STORAGE ARE MATERIALS STORED PROPERLY? IF NO. (THIS SHOULD BE DONE AS MATERIAL ARRIVES. SPECIFICATIONS PRELIMIN ARY WORK & PERMITS DISCUSS PROCEDURE FOR ACCOMPLISHING THE WORK. 2011 Copyright . ENSURE PRELIMINARY WORK IS CORRECT AND PERMITS ARE ON FILE. INDEX # REVIEW SUBMITTALS AND/OR SUBMITTAL REGISTER. WHAT ACTION IS TAKEN? Page 42 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. WHAT ITEMS HAVE NOT BEEN SUBMITTED? YES NO SUBMITTALS ARE ALL MATERIALS ON HAND? IF NO. WHAT ACTION IS TAKEN? YES NO REVIEW EACH PARAGRAPH OF SPECIFICATIONS.PREPARATORY PHASE CHECKLIST CONTRACT NO SPEC SECTION DATE (CONTINUED ON SECOND PAGE) DEFINABLE FEATURE OF WORK SCHEDULE ACT NO. CLARIFY ANY DIFFERENCES. HAVE ALL SUBMITTALS BEEN APPROVED? IF NO. WHAT ITEMS ARE MISSING? YES NO CHECK APPROVED SUBMITTALS AGAINST DELIVERED MATERIAL.

2011 Copyright . AND BY WHOM. WHEN REQUIRED? TESTING WHERE REQUIRED? REVIEW TESTING PLAN. INDEX # IDENTIFY TEST TO BE PERFORMED. OTHER ITEMS OR REMARKS: QC MANAGER DATE Page 43 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. FREQUENCY.PREPARATORY PHASE CHECKLIST CONTRACT NO (CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE) DEFINABLE FEATURE OF WORK SPEC SECTION DATE SCHEDULE ACT NO. HAS TEST FACILITIES BEEN APPROVED? ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS APPROVED? YES NO SAFETY MEETING COMMENTS OTHER ITEMS OR REMARKS REVIEW APPLICABLE PORTION OF EM 385-1-1. NAVY/ROICC COMMENTS DURING MEETING.

WHAT ACTION IS TAKEN? ESTABLISH LEVEL OF WORKMANSHIP. RESOLUTION CHECK SAFETY OTHER COMMENTS: REVIEW JOB CONDITIONS USING EM 385-1-1 AND JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS COMMENTS: OTHER ITEMS OR REMARKS QC MANAGER DATE Page 44 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. WHERE IS WORK LOCATED? IS SAMPLE PANEL REQUIRED? WILL THE INIITAL WORK BE CONSIDERED AS A SAMPLE? YES YES NO NO (IF YES. AND SUBMITTALS. MAINTAIN IN PRESENT CONDITION AS LONG AS POSSIBLE AND DESCRIBE LOCATION OF SAMPLE) RESOLVE ANY DIFFERENCES. 2011 Copyright . COORDINATE PLANS. SPECIFICATIONS. IF NOT. DATE INDEX # YES POSITION NO COMPANY/GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL PRESENT PROCEDURE COMPLIANCE PRELIMI NARY WORK WORKMANSHIP NAME IDENTIFIY FULL COMPLIANCE WITH PROCEDURES IDENTIFIED AT PREPARATORY.INITIAL PHASE CHECKLIST CONTRACT NO DEFINABLE FEATURE OF WORK GOVERNMENT REP NOTIFIED _____ HOURS IN ADVANCE: SPEC SECTION SCHEDULE ACT NO. COMMENTS: ENSURE PRELIMINARY WORK IS COMPLETE AND CORRECT.

Specification Section. Manuf. Rep On-Site. Definable Feature of Work. FILL OUT AND ATTACH SUPPLEMENTAL PREPARATORY PHASE CHECKLIST. Definable Feature of Work DATE REPORT NO Index # IF YES. Description REWORK ITEMS CORRECTED TODAY (FROM REWORK ITEMS LIST) Schedule Activity No. Schedule Activity No. Testing Performed & By Whom. Description On behalf of the contractor. Schedule Activity No.CONTRACTOR QUALITY CONTROL REPORT (ATTACH ADDITIONAL SHEETS IF NECESSARY) PHASE CONTRACT NO CONTRACT TITLE IF YES. Schedule Activity No. 2011 Copyright . FILL OUT AND ATTACH SUPPLEMENTAL INITIAL PHASE CHECKLIST. DATE GOVERNMENT QUALITY ASSURANCE MANAGER DATE Page 45 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. Definable Feature of Work Index # WORK COMPLIES WITH SAFETY REQUIREMENTS? Schedule Activity No. Description REMARKS (Also Explain Any Follow-Up Phase Checklist Item From Above That Was Answered "NO"). etc. Description of Work. Location and List of Personnel Present YES NO REWORK ITEMS IDENTIFIED TODAY (NOT CORRECTED BY CLOSE OF BUSINESS) Schedule Activity No. I certify that this report is complete and correct and equipment and material used and work performed during this reporting period is in compliance with the contract drawings and specifications to the best of my knowledge except as noted in this report. DATE AUTHORIZED QC MANAGER AT SITE GOVERNMENT QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT QUALITY ASSURANCE REPRESENTATIVE'S REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS TO THE REPORT Schedule Description Activity No.

REMARKS (Also Explain Any Checklist Item From Above That Was Answered "NO"). Description Page 46 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. On-Site. Rep.CONTRACTOR QUALITY CONTROL REPORT (CONTINUATION SHEET) (ATTACH ADDITIONAL SHEETS IF NECESSARY) PHASE CONTRACT NO CONTRACT TITLE DATE REPORT NO. etc. 2011 Copyright . Schedule Activity No. Manuf.

2011 _______________________________________________ Feature of Work (Section#) Project: Id# Project Name: Location/Area: Subcontractor Company ID#: Name: Crew ID/Name Reference Specifications: Reference drawings: Compliance Verification  Compliance with initial job-ready requirements  Compliance with material inspection and tests  Compliance with work in process first article inspection requirements  Compliance with work in process inspection requirements  Compliance with Feature of Work completion inspection requirements  Compliance with inspection and test plan Heightened Awareness Checkpoints      Production Notes: Reported Nonconformances: Verification of Feature of Work Completion (sign and date) Subcontractor Feature of Work verified complete to specifications (sign and date) Sign and date*: Project Superintendent Feature of Work verified complete to specifications (sign and date) Project Superintendent score subcontractor/crew performance and feedback notes Sign and date*: Quality: On-Time: Safety: 54321 54321 54321 Quality Control Manager Feature of Work verified complete to specifications (sign and date) Quality Control Manager score quality performance and feedback notes Sign and date*: Quality: 54321 * On behalf of the contractor. 2011 Copyright . Page 47 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.Feature of Work Inspection Form Version March 22. I certify that this report is complete and correct and equipment and material used and work performed during this reporting period is in compliance with the contract drawings and specifications to the best of my knowledge except as noted in this report.

The appointed quality control personnel have quality responsibility and authority for all Features of Work.L. PERSONNEL MATRIX A personnel matrix is not applicable to the project. 2011 Copyright . Page 48 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.

Policies and Procedures for Conducting Project Completion Inspections Punch-Out QC Inspection Near the end of the project. the Quality Control Manager then notifies the customer that the project is ready for the customer’s Pre-Final inspection. Then the Quality Control Manager conducts a follow-up inspection and verifies that all nonconforming items have been corrected to meet contract specifications. The Quality Control Manager records nonconforming items on a Final Punch List form. and final acceptance inspection. A Record of each of the inspections will be maintained on the Project Completion Inspection form. or a milestone established in the Project Quality Inspection and Test Plan. the Quality Control Manager will conduct a follow-up inspection and verify that all nonconforming items have been corrected to meet contract specifications. a record of the punch items and their correction will be maintained on the Punch List form. The Superintendent assigns a planned date by which the deficiencies will be corrected. the Superintendent verifies the completion of each item. The Superintendent assigns a planned date by which the deficiencies will be corrected. When the punch-out inspection process is complete. The inspections consist of a punch-out inspection. After corrections have been made. Any remaining deficiencies are recorded managed as nonconformances. After corrections have been made.M. Pre-Final Customer Inspection If the customer performs a pre-final inspection. After corrections have been made. The date may be assigned for all items or individual items as necessary. Any remaining deficiencies are recorded and then managed as nonconformances. the Quality Control Manager will inspect the completed project and verify conformance to contract specifications. Project Completion Inspection and Punch List form exhibits are included as an exhibit in this subsection. 2011 Copyright . If punch items are discovered during the inspection. Page 49 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. The date may be assigned for all items or individual items as necessary. PROJECT COMPLETION INSPECTIONS will conduct a series of completion inspections near the end of the project to assure that the project is completed to specifications. the Quality Control Manager records nonconforming items on a Final Punch List form and assigns a planned date by which the deficiencies will be corrected. the Superintendent verifies the completion of each item. The customer is also notified of any remaining nonconformances and their planned resolution. pre-final inspection.

After corrections have been made. The customer is also notified of any remaining nonconformances and their planned resolution. The customer is also notified of any remaining nonconformances and their planned resolution. the Quality Control Manager. Superintendent. Page 50 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. After corrections have been made. the Quality Control Manager will conduct a follow-up inspection and verify that all nonconforming items have been corrected to meet contract specifications. When the final customer inspection process is complete. Any remaining deficiencies are recorded managed as nonconformances. the Quality Control Manager then notifies the customer that the project is ready for the customer’s follow-up verification.When the pre-final customer inspection process is complete. The Superintendent assigns a planned date by which the deficiencies will be corrected. The date may be assigned for all items or individual items as necessary. and Project Manager will participate in the inspection. The Quality Control Manager records nonconforming items on a Final Punch List form and assigns a planned date by which the deficiencies will be corrected. the Superintendent verifies the completion of each item. Final Acceptance Customer Inspection If the customer performs a final inspection. the Quality Control Manager then notifies the customer that the project is ready for the customer’s Final inspection. 2011 Copyright .

8. 16. 9. 13. 6. 2011 Copyright . 17. 15. 14. 3. 2. 7. 5. 10.Punch List Version March 22. 12. 11. Location Description Due Date Compl. Date Item Completion Verification Super QA Initial Initial Punch List Completion Date Final QA Sign-off Remaining Nonconformances Reported ID # and Description Page 51 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. 2011 Project ID Inspection Date Project Name Preparer Punch List Type  FOW ________________________________  Project Final Punch  Pre-Final Customer Inspection  Final Acceptance Inspection Item 1. 4.

2011 Copyright . 2011 Project: Id# Project Name: Location/Area: Reference Specifications: Compliance Verification  Compliance with material inspection and tests  Compliance with inspection requirements  Compliance with inspection and test plan Heightened Awareness Checkpoints      Notes: Reported Nonconformances: Verification of Project Completion (sign and date) Project Superintendent verified complete to specifications (sign and date) Sign and date*: Quality Control Manager verified complete to specifications (sign and date) Sign and date*: * On behalf of the contractor. I certify that this report is complete and correct and equipment and material used and work performed during this reporting period is in compliance with the contract drawings and specifications to the best of my knowledge except as noted in this report.Project Completion Inspection Form Version March 22. Page 52 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.

and findings will be recorded on the Training Plan and Log form. A project training plan matrix identifies quality system training topics and categories of personnel that will be trained. TRAINING PLAN AND PROCEDURES will conduct project-specific training to assure all company and supplier personnel have the knowledge necessary to carry out their quality responsibilities. and quality standards. a record of both the training activity and the training participants will be maintained on a Training Plan and Log form. Customer training related to operations and maintenance will be provided as the project nears its end. or records Relevant quality standard operating procedures Additional detail on policies and procedures regarding training appear in Quality Manual sections 2. The Quality Control Manager ensures that all subcontractors receive training on relevant elements of the Quality System. Training assessments will be conducted during the preparatory planning for each Feature of Work. Training topics may include:      The Quality System The Quality Policy Operating policies identified in the Quality Manual Quality standards cited in the Quality Manual. A record of planned customer training activities will be included on the Training Plan and Log form. After a training activity is completed. Subcontractors. A Training Plan and Log form is included as an exhibit in this subsection. Page 53 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. 6.N. 2. and Departments.2 Qualification of Suppliers. Specific customer training topics will be assessed at coordination meetings during the project. Project Quality Control Plan. or project documents. and 7.3 Preparatory Project Quality Control Planning. Policies and Procedures to Plan Training for this Project Project Quality Training The Quality Control Manager ensures that all employees receive training relevant to their quality responsibilities. 2011 Copyright .3. The Quality Manger identifies the training needs of all personnel performing activities that affect quality.8 Project Quality Training Plan. The Project Quality Training Plan exhibit is included in this subsection.3 Personnel Qualifications.

Feature of Work Training Plan and Log Version March 22. 2011 Copyright . 2011 Project ID Project Name Preparer Date Participant Signature Training Subject Trainer Name Training Date(s) Job Position Participant Name Page 54 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.

1. Additional personnel that require certificates will be listed on the form and certificates included as an amendment to this quality control plan.1.1. Review ongoing employee qualifications and evaluate quality practices and performance as part of the employee performance management process. training qualifications. Certifications are listed on the Project License and Qualifications form and the certificates are included as an exhibit in this subsection. and authority for each job position.O. Train field employees on quality standards and procedures for their job position. Certifications of key personnel are listed on the Personnel Certifications and Licenses form and included as an exhibit in this subsection. LLC has the organizational certifications required for this project. responsibilities. Personnel working on this project will have certifications required for this project. 1.6 Required Credentials The Quality Control Manager defines quality-related credentials for each project job position that affects quality including:     Required licenses Required training Required certifications Required experience Page 55 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. 2011 Copyright . ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL CERTIFICATIONS . Validate employee capabilities before they are assigned to carry out quality job responsibilities. .5 Required Credentials The Quality Control Manager defines quality-related company credentials for each project Feature of Work that affects quality. Policies and Procedures for Organization and Personnel Certifications Company Qualifications     Identify employee qualification requirements.1. including licensing requirements. including required:     Organization licenses Personnel training requirements that provide company qualifications Organization certifications Organization experience Personnel Certifications 1.

Project License and Qualifications Version March 22. and training required: License and expiration dates: Certifications and expiration dates: Training completed and expiration date: Certifications and expiration dates: List each person’s credentials on the Subcontractor and Supplier Certifications and Licenses form. certification. 2011 Copyright . 2011 Project ID Project Name Approval  Yes  Conditional  No Approved By Review Topics Project quality –related credential requirements Licenses required: Certification required: Training required: Type and length of experience required: Personnel license. Qualifications QUALIFICATION NOTES: Page 56 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.

Personnel Certifications and Licenses Version March 22. 2011 Project ID Person Project Name Preparer Date Expiration Date Certification. 2011 Copyright . or Credential Page 57 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. License.

specific design responsibilities. The customer approves the plan after any discrepancies are resolved and the plan is agreed upon. reviews they will participate in. A record of the Design Manager’s appointment appears as in this plan as an exhibit in subsection E Appointment of QC Personnel. and engineering calculations Identification of who will perform design output verification activities and the criteria they will use. Intermediate reviews will be carried out as indicated on the design control plan. and how their input will be used to amended design requirements. A Design Review form exhibit is included in this subsection. The Design Manager will also assure that expectations for design outputs are well defined. The project organization chart Includes interfaces between various groups and personnel for producing and reviewing the design. duties. A Design Plan form exhibit is included in this subsection. and the authority to carry them out. Design work may begin only after the customer approves the plan.P. _____________ will control the design process with specific quality responsibilities. A record of all reviews will be recorded on the Design Review form. including required drawings. The Design Manager will assure that all necessary information is available to perform the required design work. The sequence of design work FOWs and schedule    The Design Manager reviews the design process project plan with the customer and other interested parties. Design Reviews Page 58 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. 2011 Copyright . The last review is the design output review. A design plan is used to document the design control process. DESIGN CONTROL Design controls are in place to assure the quality of designs for this project. Who will verify and approve the design input specifications before design work begins A listing of company and customer stakeholders. and authority Appointment and the qualification of key design personnel to perform assigned design responsibilities. Design output specifications. The first control point will be of the review of design inputs. Policies and Procedures to Control the Design Process Design Pan The Design Manager prepares a project-specific plan that includes:     A listing of key project personnel. The President has appointed _______________as the Design Manager.

site assessments. scheduling. preliminary engineering. Two design reviews are required: one is an input design review and the other is the final design review. The Design Manager holds review meetings with interested parties at key design milestones. Before design work begins. 1. and Quality System requirements has the capability to deliver the completed design in the time allotted The Design Manager identifies supplemental design specifications that supplement customer specifications when they are needed to ensure a quality design. Reviewers may include persons that have a stake in any of the following: quality. estimating. the Design Manager makes sure that all design requirements are clearly understood. percentage completion stages. The person responsible must verify:   Design input specification are approved by a customer authority Design input specifications are complete Page 59 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. all discrepancies are resolved. Once these requirements are met. constructability. the Design Manager approves the design input. and on a calendar schedule. and all requirements are agreed upon. maintenance.The Design Manager ensures that the information in design inputs clearly defines customer expectations and that the necessary details are provided to set requirements for design. Customer approved design amendments are design requirements. the Design Manager reviews reviewer recommendations for amendments to the design specifications. preliminary design.4 Contract Submittals). The Design Manager obtains design specifications from the customer and conducts a customer design input review to ensure that:      Customer design input requirements and specifications are complete Design process review milestones are specified when necessary Customer design output requirements and specifications are complete for review milestones as well as the completed design Customer design requirements and specifications are compatible with the relevant regulations. purchasing. 2011 Copyright . The Design Manager identifies the key design milestones.2 DESIGN INPUT REVIEW The Design Manager ensures that design input documents are verified by qualified personnel. At each review. The Design Manager submits selected design amendments for customer approval (see section 3. or cost control. safety. quality standards. The Design Manager identifies customer and company reviewers appropriate for each design milestone. and a list of reviewers. The Design Manager identifies other design reviews necessary to ensure a quality result. Design reviews may be specified at the completion of design work tasks. the design output required for the review.

and Departments.3 DESIGN OUTPUT VERIFICATION AND APPROVAL The Design Manager ensures that design output documents are verified by qualified personnel independent of the person performing the work.5 Hold Points for Customer Inspection. 2. and Quality System requirements has the capability to deliver the completed project in the time allotted 1.  Design input requirements and specifications are compatible with the relevant regulations. Subcontractors. 6. The person responsible must verify:     The completed design meets requirements specified by the design input The completed design meets approved design amendments Engineering calculations are correct Completeness of records per the Design Project Quality Control Plan including inputs. Error! Reference source not found.2 Qualification of Suppliers. 8. Page 60 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. reviews. quality standards. and verification activities.4. 9 Nonconformances and Corrective Actions.3Project Personnel and Qualifications. communications. and 12 Record and Document Controls. 2011 Copyright . Additional detail on policies and procedures that apply to design controls appear in Quality Manual section 4 Design Control.

Design output verifier Name: Name / Scope of Work: Name: Name: Design Reviews Review milestone/ description: Pre-design review: Intermediate review: Final design review: Required output for review: (including required drawings. Design input verifier 4.Project Design Process Plan Form Version March 22. 2011 Copyright . 2011 Project ID Project Name Preparer Date Qualification and appointments 1. Designer(s) 3. Design Manager 2. and engineering calculations) Review acceptance criteria Review participants Design Process Plan and Schedule Feature of Work Output Scheduled date/milestone Page 61 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.

2011 Copyright . 2011 Project ID Review milestone: Project Name Preparer Date Performing Department/Crew/Subcontractor: Reference design documents under review ID # Title or Description Version / Issue Date Review recommendations ID # Recommendation (reference supporting documents) Acceptance/ Rejection Signature / Date:  Approved  Disapproved Customer Acceptance/ Rejection Signature / Date:  Approved  Disapproved  Approval not required  Approved  Disapproved  Approval not required  Approved  Disapproved  Approval not required  Approved  Disapproved  Approval not required  Approved  Disapproved  Approval not required  Approved  Disapproved  Approval not required  Approved  Disapproved  Approved  Disapproved  Approved  Disapproved  Approved  Disapproved  Approved  Disapproved Page 62 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22.Design Review Form Version March 22.

2011 Copyright . As such.Q. ADDITIONAL QUALITY CONTROL REQUIREMENTS There are additional quality control requirements particular to the project that has not been included elsewhere in this project quality plan. Additional Quality Control Requirements as Required by Contract Specifications or Quality Assurance: (with reference to the section amended) Page 63 Install Down Lighting in Helo Wash Rack – N69450-11-C-4085 Version March 22. all of the additional quality control requirements listed below are part of this project quality plan. Below is a list of quality control requirements that are included as an amendment.

. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Quality Manual Operating Policies of the Quality System Page 1 Quality Manual Version March 22. 2011 Copyright .

............... Design Input Review .................................................................................................................................................2 4.................4 4........................................................................................................................................................................................................3 4...............................................................................................................9 2.................................................................... 26 4......................................... Contract Specifications .................................................................. 20 Project Quality Inspection and Test Plan .......................................................................................... 22 Contract Submittals ..........................8 Overview .......................................11 Overview ........................... LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY MANUAL TABLE OF CONTENTS 1................. 12 1... Project Quality Control Plan ....................................................................... 20 Customer Training On Operation And Maintenance ....................2 3............................4 3............................. 20 Project Records and Documentation Plan ................................ 19 Identification of Quality Controlled Features of Work ................................... Design Control ...................... 23 Project Quality Control Plan .........................................................4 2.2 1...................... 2011 Copyright ........ 28 Design Output Verification and Approval ....3 1................................................................6 Overview .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................4 1..........5 2............................................ 12 Quality Policy ........ 29 Page 2 Quality Manual Version March 22.................................................... 27 4................................................................................................................................ 27 Design Input Requirements Review............................ 22 3..............................7 2....................................................................6 2............................................................................................................................... 20 Project Quality Training Plan .... 17 Project Personnel and Qualifications ....................6 3.....................................1 2..................................................................................................................................1 3.................1 4..... 21 Project Audit Plan .................................................................................................. 20 Project Quality Communications Plan ................................................................. 12 Quality System Performance Measures ..................2 1................. 16 Customer Satisfaction Performance Measures ............................................................................................................ 12 Quality Duties.................................................... and Authority ......................................... 21 3..... 26 Contract Review and Approval ........................................................................................................ 16 Exceptions...10 2..........8 2......................................................................................................................... 23 Contract Warranty ....6 Overview ............. 27 Project Design Quality Control Plan ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. Responsibilities.......... 60 Quality System Management and Responsibilities .............................1 1............................................................. 28 Design Input Review ........................... 22 Contract Drawings ......................................2 2................................ 22 Contract Technical Specifications ......................................................................5 4........................................ 18 Construction Process Project Quality Control Plan ............................................. 17 Project License and Qualification Requirements ................................5 1............... 17 2................ 16 2.....................3 3..................................3 2.................................... 23 Contract Submittals .......................................... 27 Design Reviews ................................5 3.............................................7 3..........................3 1................................................................................................. 59 Design Output Verification and Approval ....................................................

...........................................................................................................1 6.............................................................. 50 Identify Preventive Actions for Improvement ..................................................5 Overview ........................................5 5...................... 50 Overview ......... 36 7............................................................................................ 52 10................................ and Departments ...........................................................................................................2 9....... 36 Preparatory Project Quality Control Planning ............................................ 41 Inspection And Test Acceptance Criteria ........................................ 41 8.................. 47 9........7 6...5 7...................................................................................2 8....................6 5.................................................................................................................4 6............ 36 Weekly Quality Planning and Coordination Meetings ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 41 Required Feature of Work Quality Inspections and Tests .................. 31 Measuring Device Control and Calibration .............................................................. 51 Quality System Audits ........................................................... 44 Project Completion and Closeout Inspection ................................... 39 Monthly Quality Control Report ..............3 11....................... 31 Application of Multiple Sources of Specifications .............................. 32 Project Purchasing ....................... 42 Quality Inspection and Test Specifications ... Construction Process Controls ......................................................3 7....... 47 Corrective Actions .........7 Overview ........................ 33 Qualification of Suppliers.. 38 Process Control Standards ........................................................1 Page 3 Quality Manual Version March 22......................3 6...... Subcontractors...........................................................1 7..................................2 5.......1 5.......................1 8..................................................................................................................3 8... 10........................................ 30 5........................................................................................................................................................................................... Overview .................................. 36 Preconstruction and Quality Control Coordination Meeting .........................................................2 6.........................2 7...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 44 Inspection and Test Records ..............................7 Overview ........................... 33 6................ Project-Specific Quality Standards...... 52 Overview ....... LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 5.................................. 30 Material and Equipment Specifications ....................................................................................................... 30 Industry Quality Standards ................ 2011 Copyright .................................................................................................... 30 Regulatory Codes and Industry Standards ...................3 5............................................... 41 Inspection and Test Status ........................................................1 9........................1 10........................................................... 33 Source of Supply Form ............... 11................6 7... 34 Project Purchase Order Approvals ................ 31 Quality Standards .....................4 7.................................................................... 38 Daily Quality Control Report .................................................................4 5.............................4 8................................................................................................... 47 Nonconformances .6 8....................... 45 9................................................................. 40 8................................................. 35 7........................................................................... 48 Preventive Actions ......................................................................................... Inspections and Tests ............................3 Overview ...................5 8.................. 34 Purchase Order Requirements .......................................................................................2 10..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 50 Train Preventive Actions for Improvement ....................................................................................................................................................................................... Nonconformances and Corrective Actions ................

.................... 52 Company-wide Quality System Audit ........................................................................................................ 56 Appendix ............................................................................................................................................................................................9 13.............6 12.......................................2 11................... 55 Document Control of System Documents ....................................................................................................... 2011 Copyright ............... 55 Document Control ................ 54 Records Control ........................................................................................................ LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 11....................................... 57 Page 4 Quality Manual Version March 22.............4 12.................................. 54 Quality Manual ............................................................................ 57 Definitions of Terms ........................................................................................................... 52 Record and Document Controls ............................................... 54 Overview .......................................................1 12............................................................5 12..........7 12.........................................1 Project Quality System Audit ............ 55 Document Control of Project Documents ....................2 12.................... 55 Project Records Control ........3 12.......................................................... 12...... 13....................... 54 Quality System Records Control .......................................3 12...................................................................................................................................8 12.... 54 Quality System Policy and Procedure Requirements .....................................................................................

every time. our subcontractor partners. Should problems be found. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY POLICY is committed to quality. we correct them. and ourselves. We inspect every phase of construction so that our projects are built right. Our commitment to quality means:     Every employee is responsible for fully implementing and complying with all provisions of the Quality Manual. and manufacturer specifications as well as with our customers’ contract and individual requirements. _______________________________________ ______________________ . Our quality standards meet or exceed all applicable regulations. industry standards. codes. We conduct our work with dignity and respect for the customer.. We are always improving. 2011 Copyright . President /CEO Date Page 5 Quality Manual Version March 22. Our objective is to safely deliver 100 percent complete construction projects that meet all contract and customer expectations the first time. All employees receive regular training to make systematic improvements to remove quality risks and enhance quality performance. We stand behind our work.

Train field employees on quality standards and procedures for their job position. The Standard Operating Procedures document work steps and forms for recording operation of the Quality System.     fully integrates its quality management system into the organizational structure and performance management systems for each project. equipment.. We: Identify employee qualification requirements. including licensing requirements. Have well-defined quality responsibilities for every employee with specific quality responsibilities for key job positions.  Preparatory Phase: In advance of the work. When work begins. 1. execution. Key elements of the Quality System include: Quality Management and Responsibilities. and personnel are in place and ready for work to begin. and items for heightened awareness. 2011 Copyright . and control of our projects. The Site-Specific Project Quality Control Plan provides details of how will apply its Quality System to meet the unique requirements of each specific construction project. Tightly control exceptions to the quality system so company standards are applied uniformly to every project Systematically maintains quality system documents and records. capable employees carry out the   Qualified Employees. uses as system of three phases of control for each Feature of Work: Three Phases of Control. 3. Page 6 Quality Manual Version March 22. training qualifications. ensures that only knowledgeable. Validate employee capabilities before they are assigned to carry out quality job responsibilities. The Quality Manual documents how institutes its construction quality management process as a company. Initial Phase: When work is ready to start. materials. 2.    planning. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan KEY ELEMENTS OF THE QUALITY SYSTEM documents its Quality System by three integrated and coordinated components. specifications. responsibilities. we conduct an initial phase quality inspection that ensures that the necessary site conditions. Follow-up Phase: As work proceeds we perform follow-up quality inspections to ensure that work proceeds according to specifications until the feature of work is complete. We: Maintain a documented quality system consisting of a quality manual with policies and procedures. and authority for each job position. we verify that the initial work meets specifications. expectations. we conduct preparatory phase planning which includes inspecting the jobsite before work begins and conducting a meeting to review details.

Integrate all customer contract requirements into the Project Quality Control Plan including drawings. Develop specifications for materials that meet contract as well as building code requirements. Page 7 Quality Manual Version March 22. Plan project quality records and documentation that will be maintained. persons responsible. Plan quality training required to assure all personnel understand quality risks and requirements of the project.. reporting requirements. defines customer quality expectations. 2011 Copyright . We:     Ensure that technical specifications and drawing clearly define customer expectations. ensures that the information in customer contracts clearly Contract Quality Specifications. Identify required quality inspections and tests at key milestones during construction and closeout. We:    Identify all relevant building codes and industry standards. Ensure that completed designs meet regulatory requirements and customer expectations. Have a formal submittal system that further defines customer selections. Project Superintendent. clearly defines standards and specifications that apply Project-Specific Quality Standards. Plan out each step in the design process and use it to control activities. are clearly understood. Identify each project construction task that is subject to a series of quality inspections and quality control activities. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan  Review ongoing employee qualifications and evaluate quality practices and performance as part of the employee performance management process. Project Quality Control Plan. and clarifications as the project proceeds. each with well-defined quality responsibilities and the authority to carry them out. Specify quality and certification requirements for materials and equipment that affect quality. agreed upon details. submittals. and Project Manager to each project. and the necessary details are provided. ensures that the designs fulfill the intended goals of all stakeholders. and deliverables . and points of contact. .     Ensure that designs have well defined expectations. We: Design Controls. Plan project quality records and documents that we will provide to the customer during the project. We:       prepares a plan that specifies how applies its Quality System Appoint a Quality Control Manager. to each project. specifications. Plan quality communications through meetings. to each project. and addendums. Involve stakeholders for input and feedback from stakeholders at planned milestones throughout the design process and systematically incorporate their input into the design process.

Correct nonconformances in a timely manner.     all nonconformances from cover-up. Page 8 Quality Manual Version March 22. prevents nonconformances from recurring and Prevention of Nonconformances. nonconformance control processes ensure that we prevent Control of Nonconformances. Inspect all materials before use. results. and corrected. We: Clearly define subcontractor and supplier qualification requirements including licensing requirements. quality responsibilities. Validate corrections. compliance with specific quality standards. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan   Identify special requirements calibration of quality measuring devices. quality inspection processes ensure that all construction activities Inspections and Tests. Validate subcontractors’ and suppliers’ capabilities to meet project quality requirements at planned production levels.. 2011 Copyright .   improves company-wide quality performance. Identify and prioritize nonconformance items for future prevention. Enforce policies that monitor work conditions before and during work so that quality results are assured. We:    Have a preconstruction meeting to communicate project goals and expectations. and at completion.  suppliers that consistently meet standards for quality. purchases only from subcontractors and Qualified Subcontractors and Suppliers. We: Track nonconformance data found during quality inspections and warranty repairs. Require customer approval before accepting any nonconforming items. inadvertent use. We: Mark the nonconformance item to clearly identify it for correction. at first article completion. Verify ongoing subcontractors’ and suppliers’ quality performance. while work is in process. Supplement the contract and published standards with quality standards as required to reduce quality risks and assure quality results. qualification of personnel and quality improvement processes. tightly controls the construction process to ensure quality   Construction Process Controls. Record the result of each quality inspection and test.    comply with the documented standards and specifications. We: Conduct a series of quality inspections for each construction task: before work begins. Conduct preparatory meetings in advance of each scheduled work construction task to communicate requirement details and coordinate construction activities.

and suppliers on methods and procedures that prevent nonconformances. 2011 Copyright .   Audit the operation of the quality system on each project for conformance to the Project Quality Control Plan and the Quality System requirements. Conduct annual company-wide audits to evaluate effectiveness of the Quality System and improve its operation. and enhancing the effectiveness of field and third party quality inspections. Validate actions taken to prevent nonconformances and their effectiveness.. Page 9 Quality Manual Version March 22. setting new requirements for subcontractors and suppliers. Train employees. We:   Quality System Audits. audits the quality system to assure it is operating effectively. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan  Address nonconformance causes systematically by updating standards and specifications. improving process and employee capabilities. subcontractors.

Page 10 Quality Manual Version March 22. and Superintendent. Improvements are made to prevent recurrences. site conditions. during. and controlling quality documents and records. Throughout the project. and ensures that only those that are capable and qualified are included on the project. regulations. and at the completion of each construction task. Laboratory and functional tests are performed to assure performance results. industry standards. The Quality Control Manager evaluates personnel. the Quality Control Manager performs on-site quality audits to ensure that the Quality System is operating effectively. materials. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan PROJECT QUALITY MANAGEMENT After is awarded a contract to carry out a construction project. and quality standards. 2011 Copyright . The Subcontractors and Superintendent use quality inspection forms to monitor execution of the construction process through a series of quality inspections before. Throughout the project there are standard operating procedures and forms for creating. and suppliers. Training is provided to ensure that all personnel involved in the project understand their quality responsibilities and authorities. Project Manager. the Quality Control Manager develops a set of project specifications that align project requirements with customer specifications and requirements. subcontractors. First. they are systematically controlled and corrected. As the project proceeds and prior to starting each construction task. The Superintendent amends quality checklists with items for heightened awareness based on the concerns of all parties. product instructions. the President forms a project team consisting of a Quality Control Manager. Should quality nonconformances occur. the Superintendent coordinates detailed quality requirements and resources. maintaining.. operating policies assure compliance to the project specifications. and communicates them through a meeting with all interested parties. The Quality Control Manager then details how the quality is controlled throughout the construction process through a quality inspection and test plan that specifies requirements and pass/fail criteria for quality control inspections and tests.

10 Design Review and Documentation 1.3Follow-up Work in Process Inspections 0 1.17 Documentation 1.7 Project Completion and Closeout Inspection 8.16 Training 1.8 Coordination and Mutual Understanding Meeting 1.1 Independent Laboratory Credential Requirements 8.1.15 Completion Inspections 1.1 Project Organization Chart 2 Project Quality Control Plan 2 Project Quality Control Plan 7.13 Testing 1.14 QC Certifications 1. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan CROSS REFERENCES The Quality System complies with US Army Corps of Engineers Quality Control Requirements “USACE/NAVFAC/AFCESA/NASA Quality Control Requirements UFGS-01 45 02 (November 2009)”..3. 2011 Copyright .11 Three Phases of Control Quality Manual Section 2.7 Project Completion and Closeout Inspection 2.9 QC Meetings 1.2.4.6 Daily Quality Control Report 8.7 QC Plan Meetings 1.6 Quality Control Plan 1.6 Inspection and Test Records Daily Quality Control Report7.3.8 Contract Review and Approval 4.2 Design Input Requirements Review 7.4.1.5 QC Organization 1.18 Notification of Noncompliance Page 11 Quality Manual Version March 22.3.9 Customer Training On Operation And Maintenance 12 Record and Document Controls 9 Nonconformances and Corrective Actions 1.2 Preconstruction and Quality Control Coordination Meeting 7.12 Submittal Review and Approval Contract Submittals 6.2Initial Work in process Inspection 8.4 Weekly Quality Planning and Coordination Meetings 3. USACE Requirements Section 1.3 Preparatory Project Quality Control Planning 8.

Responsibilities. The President communicates the Quality Statement message throughout the company so that all employees understand their respective quality responsibilities. quality responsibilities of the President include:     Ensuring that each employee understands his or her quality responsibilities as well as quality policies Establishing company quality policies and objectives Conducting management reviews of the Quality System Ensuring the availability of necessary resources and information for effective operation of the Quality System Page 12 Quality Manual Version March 22. 1. Regardless of other duties. QUALITY SYSTEM MANAGEMENT AND RESPONSIBILITIES SYSTEM OF PERSONAL QUALITY ACCOUNTABILITY 1.1 OVERVIEW Responsibilities for quality are specified not only for compliance with policies and procedures but also so that decisions are based on principles that ensure quality. AND AUTHORITY President: Quality Duties.. 2011 Copyright .2 QUALITY POLICY Quality is everyone’s responsibility. RESPONSIBILITIES.1 QUALITY DUTIES. The President reviews the Quality Statement with all employees at least annually. The President holds everyone in the organization personally accountable for adhering to the Quality System policies and procedures. The Quality Policy describes the commitment to quality and reinforces compliance with the Quality System.3. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 1. and Authority While everyone is responsible for quality.3 1. the President is the one person in the company ultimately responsible for quality. 1. Documented responsibilities ensure that expected behaviors are communicated throughout the company rather than left to discretionary interpretation. The Director of Quality distributes a copy of the Quality Statement to all employees and posts it in all offices.

Implement and manage all phases of quality control Ensuring that the Quality System is established and implemented by persons doing work that impacts quality Ensuring that the Quality System is maintained Acting as the project quality liaison with parties outside the company on matters relating to quality Reporting to senior management on performance of the Quality System. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan    1. Regardless of other duties.3 Fully implementing all provisions of the Quality System and related documents. the Director of Quality is responsible for:          1. Regardless of other duties.2 Demonstrating commitment to the Quality System and its integrity Ensuring achievement of quality objectives Continuously improving the Quality System Director of Quality: Quality Duties. and Authority The Director of Quality is responsible for ensuring company-wide effectiveness of the Quality System. Responsibilities. 2011 Copyright .3.. Responsibilities.3. Manage the operation of the Quality System Implement and manage all phases of quality control Ensuring that the Quality System is established and implemented by persons doing work that impacts quality Ensuring that the Quality System is maintained Ensuring company-wide conformance to Quality System requirements Acting as liaison with parties outside the company on matters relating to quality Reporting to senior management on performance of the Quality System. including needed improvements Review and approval of all project Quality System records Review and approval of project quality-related contract submittals Managing all project inspection and quality control activities The Quality Control Manager has the authority to: Page 13 Quality Manual Version March 22. Manage the operation of the Quality System on the project. the Quality Control Manager is responsible for:           Fully implementing all provisions of the Quality System and related documents on the project. and Authority The Project Quality Control Manager is responsible for ensuring the overall effectiveness of the Quality System for a specific project. including needed improvements Review and approval of all Quality System documents Project Quality Control Manager: Quality Duties.

Superintendent: Quality Duties.3. Alternate Quality Control Managers acting in the role of the Project Quality Control Manager has the same quality duties. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan     Stop work when continuing work may adversely affect quality or cover up a defect Prevent the use of materials that may adversely affect quality or cover up a defect To direct the removal and replacement of any non-conforming work or material by . contract drawings. responsibilities and authority as the Project Quality Control Manager.5 A Superintendent verifies that work performed by subcontractors and work crews conforms to quality standards. customer requirements. A Superintendent has specific responsibilities for:  Ensuring that construction meets government regulatory and code requirements. 1.. The President appoints one or more Superintendents for each project. and Authority The Project Manager is the one person responsible for management of a specific project. Responsibilities. 2011 Copyright . and company quality standards and specifications Ensuring that subcontractors begin work in accordance with start-work policies Ensuring that subcontractors receive a notice to work only when conditions will not adversely affect quality results Conducting quality inspections. or supplier as deemed necessary to assure quality results. Responsibilities. contract requirements. subcontractor personnel. or supplier as deemed necessary to assure quality results. and Authority 1. Regardless of other duties. the Project Manager is responsible for:       Demonstrating commitment to the Quality System and its integrity Ensuring achievement of project quality objectives Providing adequate resources for effective operation of the Quality System on the project Ensuring that each project employee understands his or her quality responsibilities as well as quality policies Conducting management reviews of the Quality System Ensuring the availability of necessary resources and information for effective operation of the Quality System The Project Manager has authority to:    Stop work when continuing work adversely affects quality or covers up a defect Prevent the use of materials that would adversely affect quality or cover up a defect Suspend work and/or supply of materials by any staff member. or any supplier. subcontractor personnel. and recording findings    Page 14 Quality Manual Version March 22.4 Project Manager: Quality Duties. Suspend work and/or supply of materials by any staff member. any subcontractor. approved contract submittals.3. contract technical specifications. tests.

LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan   Accurately assessing subcontractor quality and on-time performance Ensuring that quality standards are achieved before approving subcontractor or work crew completion of work The Superintendent has the authority to:     Stop work when continuing work may adversely affect quality or cover up a defect Prevent the use of materials that may adversely affect quality Direct the removal or replacement of any non-conforming work or material Suspend work and/or supply of materials as deemed necessary to assure quality results Alternate Superintendent has the same quality duties. 2011 Copyright . Ensuring achievement of project design quality objectives Ensuring that each design employee understands his or her quality responsibilities as well as quality policies The Design Manager has authority to:   1. the Design Manager is responsible for:    Performing design work and/or overseeing the work of a design subcontractor. and Authority The Design Manager is the one person responsible for designing a specific project.7 Prevent the use of materials that may adversely affect quality Suspend work and/or supply of materials as deemed necessary to assure quality result Design Manager: Quality Duties. Responsibilities. and Authority The Purchasing and Estimating Manager ensures that designs conform to customer contract requirements and quality standards.3.. and Authority All employees have quality responsibilities that include: Page 15 Quality Manual Version March 22. 1.6 Purchasing and Estimating Manager: Quality Duties. Multiple Superintendents may be assigned to the project. The Purchasing and Estimating Manager has authority to:   1. Responsibilities.8 Stop work when continuing work adversely affects quality or cover up a design flaw Prevent the use of designs that would adversely affect quality or cover up a defect All Employees: Quality Duties. Regardless of other duties.3. responsibilities and authority as the Superintendent.3. Responsibilities.

codes.4 QUALITY SYSTEM PERFORMANCE MEASURES Company-wide quality performance measures evaluate the effectiveness of the Quality System. Exceptions are recorded in memoranda.6 EXCEPTIONS Exceptions to the Quality System and customer contract requirements are tightly controlled:   Exceptions to compliance to contract specifications are approved only by the customer and the Quality Control Manager. industry standards. Exceptions to the Quality System not specified by contract requirements are approved only by President or the Quality Control Manager. 2011 Copyright .5 CUSTOMER SATISFACTION PERFORMANCE MEASURES obtains feedback after project completion on whether customer quality expectations are being met. or otherwise clearly documented. senior managers evaluate quality performance and set improvement goals. 1. Fully implementing and complying with all provisions of the Quality Manual. and to what extent..7 Change Order).6.  All employees have the authority to:   Stop work when continuing work may adversely affect quality or cover up a defect Prevent the use of materials that may adversely affect quality 1. Page 16 Quality Manual Version March 22. 1. The Director of Quality analyzes customer satisfaction data to determine opportunities for improvement and address any items of customer dissatisfaction. change orders (Section 3. The following indicators are the primary measures of quality performance:   Number of customer correction items identified at the project closeout quality inspection Customer satisfaction feedback At least annually. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan    Conformance to project quality requirements Compliance with the project quality plan Meeting or exceeding all applicable regulations. and manufacturer specifications as well as meeting or exceeding our customers’ contract and individual requirements.

and suppliers.1 OVERVIEW After is awarded a contract to carry out a construction project. operating policies assure compliance to the project specifications. As the project proceeds and prior to starting each construction task. they are systematically controlled and corrected. the Quality Control Manager performs on-site quality audits to ensure that the Quality System is operating effectively. Improvements are made to prevent recurrences. Laboratory and functional tests are performed to assure performance results. First. Training is provided to ensure that all personnel involved in the project understand their quality responsibilities and authorities. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 2. product instructions. maintaining.2 PROJECT LICENSE AND QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS The Quality Control Manager identifies company license and qualification credentials required by contract specifications and government regulators. The Quality Control Manager evaluates personnel.. 2011 Copyright . the President forms a project team consisting of a Quality Control Manager. and at the completion of each construction task. and communicates them through a meeting with all interested parties. the Superintendent coordinates detailed requirements and resources. and Superintendent. and controlling quality documents and records. Throughout the project. PROJECT QUALITY CONTROL PLAN 2. and ensures that only those that are capable and qualified are included on the project. the Quality Control Manager develops a set of project specifications that align project requirements with customer specifications and requirements. The Superintendent amends inspection specific checklists with items for heightened awareness based on the concerns of all parties. The Subcontractors and Superintendent use the quality inspection forms to monitor execution of the construction process through a series of quality inspections before. Throughout the project there are standard operating procedures and forms for creating. industry standards. and quality standards. Project Manager. 2. certificates. The Quality Control Manager then details how the quality is controlled throughout the construction process through a quality inspection and test plan that specifies requirements and pass/fail criteria for quality inspections and tests. Should nonconformances occur. during. materials. The Quality Control Manager obtains records. regulations. subcontractors. and license records that provide verification of credentials. site conditions. Page 17 Quality Manual Version March 22.

2011 Copyright . 2. The President keeps a record of the appointment and signs the document. The lines of authority preserve independence of quality control personnel from the pressures of production. The organizational chart includes job titles. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 2. Work steps for maintaining appointment of key project personnel are specified in Standard Operating Procedure 2. and organizational and administrative interfaces with the customer.2 Appointment of Key Project Personnel.3 2.1 PROJECT PERSONNEL AND QUALIFICATIONS Project Organization Chart The President defines the organization chart for the project. qualifications of each person.3. The President assesses the qualifications of each person before the appointment is made. and then appoints only qualified persons to the project organization.3. dotted lines indicate lines of communication. The organization chart defines lines of authority as indicated by solid connection.. The President assesses the qualification requirements for each position on the project organization chart.3. Work steps for recording the project organizational chart are specified in Standard Operating Procedure 2.1. The person accepts the appointment by signing a declaration as a competent person.1 Project Organization Chart. names of assigned personnel. Page 18 Quality Manual Version March 22.2 Appointment of Key Project Personnel The President forms a project management team consisting of:      A Quality Control Manager A Project Manager A Superintendent A Purchasing and Estimating Manager A Design Manager (if required) The President appoints qualified persons to each project management job position with specific quality responsibilities and authorities.3.1 Required Credentials The Quality Control Manager defines quality-related company credentials for each project Feature of Work that affects quality. including required:     Organization licenses Personnel training requirements that provide company qualifications Organization certifications Organization experience 2.2.

3.3.2 Required Capabilities Knowledge of Company quality standards Knowledge of job responsibilities and authority Demonstrated skills and knowledge Demonstrated ability Demonstrated results Personnel Qualification Assessments The Quality Control Manager also evaluates independent contractor personnel on the same standards that apply to employees.4 CONSTRUCTION PROCESS PROJECT QUALITY CONTROL PLAN Before project construction begins..3. 2. 2.3 Personnel Qualifications The Quality Control Manager qualifies employee capabilities to ensure that they are capable of completely carrying out their assigned quality responsibilities.3 Required Credentials The Quality Control Manager defines quality-related credentials for each project job position that affects quality including:     Required licenses Required training Required certifications Required experience 2.1      2.3.3. 2011 Copyright .6.1 Contract Submittal Schedule) Page 19 Quality Manual Version March 22.4 Required Feature of Work Quality Inspections and Tests ) and the Project Quality Inspection and Test Plan when required The Contract Submittal Schedule (Section 3. The construction process plan is documented through an integrated and coordinated set of documents that includes:     A project schedule consisting of a sequence of each Feature of Work and activities required to complete a project The customer contract (Section 3 Contract Specifications) including contract technical specifications and contract drawings Required quality inspections and tests (Section 8. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 2.3.3. the project manager prepares a construction process plan that defines the sequence of each Feature of Work and related quality inspections.

the Project Manager develops a Project Communications Plan that describes methods of communications among the customer. or records Relevant quality standard operating procedures 2.8 PROJECT QUALITY TRAINING PLAN The Quality Control Manager ensures that all employees receive training relevant to their quality responsibilities. The Quality Control Manager ensures that all subcontractors receive training on relevant elements of the Quality System. markings and/or attached certification documents. 2.. suppliers. the Quality Control Manager trains customers on the operation and maintenance of the completed project.6 PROJECT QUALITY INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN The Quality Control Manager prepares quality inspection and test plans for a project that identifies:     Each required quality inspection and/or test Inspection and test specifications for each required quality inspection or test Hold points for customer quality inspection Specification requirements for each quality inspection and test 2. Training topics may include:      The Quality System The Quality Policy Operating policies identified in the Quality Manual Quality standards cited in the Quality Manual.9 CUSTOMER TRAINING ON OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE During the project closeout phase. during and after work tasks. and . 2. the Quality Control Manager determines the means of identification for inspection and test status by means of physical labels. Project Quality Control Plan. or project documents. subcontractors. and quality standards. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 2.7 PROJECT QUALITY COMMUNICATIONS PLAN After is awarded a contract.5 IDENTIFICATION OF QUALITY CONTROLLED FEATURES OF WORK The Quality Control Manager identifies each Feature of Work that is a phase of construction that requires separate quality controls to assure and control quality results. including as applicable: Page 20 Quality Manual Version March 22. For each quality controlled Feature of Work . The Quality Manger identifies the training needs of all personnel performing activities that affect quality. 2011 Copyright . Each FOW triggers as set of requirements for quality control inspections before. tags.

Considerations include:    The size of the project The complexity of processes and their interactions The duration of the project Page 21 Quality Manual Version March 22.10 PROJECT RECORDS AND DOCUMENTATION PLAN The Quality Control Manager identifies the quality records that will be maintained during the planning and execution of the project. 2011 Copyright . Considerations include:          Contract requirements for maintaining records The size of the project Types of activities The complexity of processes and their interactions The competence of personnel The duration of the project The need to demonstrate completion of work The need to demonstrate due diligence for quality system related activities Balancing the cost and benefits of maintaining the record 2. and shutdown Normal adjustments and maintenance requirements Limitations on use 2.11 PROJECT AUDIT PLAN The Quality Control Manager identifies the frequency of project quality audit that will be conducted during the project and the job position that will conduct the audits. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan      A review of as-built drawings Installed product identification and warranty requirements A review of documentation regarding start-up.. operation.

3. 3. Superintendents have jobsite access to approved architectural drawings for the construction they supervise. All activities comply with the drawing details and specifications cited in the drawings. 3.1 As-built Red-line Drawings As the project progresses. The Director of Quality identifies supplemental technical specifications on the Project Quality Control Plan when they are not otherwise specified by the contract or the approved drawings. Page 22 Quality Manual Version March 22. Superintendents have jobsite access to contract technical specifications for the construction activities they supervise. For each specific contract. or other features. All activities comply with the contract technical specifications.1. CONTRACT SPECIFICATIONS DEFINE CUSTOMER QUALITY EXPECTATIONS 3. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 3. The Project Manager ensures that the information in customer contracts clearly defines customer expectations and that the necessary details are provided to set requirements for construction. the Superintendent will mark the original design drawings to indicate as-built conditions including changes to specified materials.3 CONTRACT DRAWINGS The Project Manager obtains customer supplied drawings that have been approved by local government regulators. 2011 Copyright .2 CONTRACT TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS The Project Manager obtains contract technical specifications from the customer.. dimensions. locations. 3. To ensure that customer expectations will be fulfilled.1 OVERVIEW Fulfilling customer contract expectations is a primary objective of the Quality System. clearly defines the requirements for each contract before it is approved.

or allowances and unit prices Description Due date for submission to customer by Page 23 Quality Manual Version March 22. and contract drawings and reporting of quality records to the customer. including:     Contract requirement reference (if applicable) Submittal type: Shop drawing. schedules.5 PROJECT QUALITY CONTROL PLAN The Quality Control Manager prepares a Project Quality Control Plan for each contract. extends compliance to contract specifications to all customer approved submittals. and approves all quality-related submittals that are required by the project including submittals prepared by subcontractors and suppliers. contract technical specifications. The Quality Control Manager lists. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 3. 3. The Quality Control Manager must sign approval of each contract submittal. quality inspection and test plan. request for information. The Quality Control Manager must review all submittals for compliance with the requirements of the Quality System.. The Project Quality Control Plan submittal is a compilation of project-specific quality planning documents and records including:          The Quality Manual sections relevant to the project Standard Operating Procedures relevant to the project Regulatory codes and standards that apply to the project Industry standards that apply to the project Inspection and test plan Project organization chart Selection of project managers Selection of key suppliers and subcontractors Any additional quality plan records necessary to assure project quality 3.6 3.1 CONTRACT SUBMITTALS Contract Submittal Schedule The Project Manager identifies submittals that apply to a specific contract and when they should be submitted. All activities comply with customer approved submittals.4 CONTRACT SUBMITTALS The Quality Control Manager prepares submittals that provide additional details of how plans to carry out quality-related aspects of the customer contract.6. product data. 2011 Copyright .

model or type number Description Intended use Page 24 Quality Manual Version March 22. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan   3. 3.4 Product Data Submittals The Project Manager prepares product data submittals that consist of the manufacturer’s product information. 2011 Copyright . as applicable:            Dimensions established by field measurement Relationships to adjoining construction Identification of products and materials Fabrication and installation drawings Diagrams showing locations of field-installations Shop fabricated manufacturing instructions Templates and patterns Design calculations Compliance with specified standards Seal and signature of professional engineer if required Additional requirements as specified in the contract. contract technical requirements. Approval date Customer Submittal Approval The Project Manager obtains the signature of an authorized customer representative on the submittal form.3 Shop Drawing Submittals The Project Manager or Purchasing and Estimating Manager prepare shop drawing submittals that supplement contract drawings. extends compliance to contract specifications to customer approved submittals..6. extends contract specifications to include customer approved shop drawings. or contract drawings.6. trade name. The following information is included. Shop drawings are required when additional details are necessary for fabrications or installation. 3. Due dates may be a number of days after a project plan milestone.2 Due date for approval by the customer. Work in the affected area of a pending submittal requirement does not start until the customer approves the submittal. The information included in this submittal is:    Manufacturer.6.

6.. When a customer selects or approves an allowances and unit prices. 3.6 Request for Information (RFI) Submittals The Project Manager submits a request for additional information to the customer when errors are found or when required information is not contained in the contract.8 Mock-up Submittals The Superintendent prepares mock-up submittals as required by contract. The Project Manager submits the change order to the customer for approval. 3. 3. or contract drawings. When a customer approves a change order. the customer signs the submission return.6.7 Change Order Submittals Contract requirements or contract technical specifications may require a change after the contract is awarded.6.5 When customer contracts specify allowances and unit prices that the customer will select after the contract is awarded. 2011 Copyright . or contract drawings. the Project Manager prepares an allowance and unit price submittal for customer approval. extends contract specifications to include customer approved change orders. contract technical specifications. the customer indicates the allowance and unit price selection on the signed submission return. Should any number of contract technical specifications or contract drawings result in conflicting requirements. the Quality Control Manager specifies mock-up requirements when they are necessary to ensures customer expectations are clearly identified. the Quality Control Manager submits a request for information to the customer to select the standard that applies. when applicable Additional requirements as specified in the contract. extends compliance to contract specifications to customer approved allowances and unit prices. extends compliance to contract specifications to customer requests for information. Allowances and Unit prices Submittals 3. including any contract price adjustments.6. contract technical requirements. Page 25 Quality Manual Version March 22. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan     Size and physical characteristics including drawings when applicable Finish and color characteristics Product manufacturer’s installation instructions. Additionally.

2011 Copyright .. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan The Quality Control Manager ensures that each mock-up demonstrates specific elements of form and/or function. the President signs the contract. all discrepancies are resolved. and all requirements are agreed upon. 3.7 CONTRACT WARRANTY The Project manager ensures that customer contracts clearly specify warranty coverage including:    Scope Starting date Duration The Project Manager ensures that customer contracts also clearly specify owner responsibility for:     Restrictions of use Maintenance requirements Exclusions for customer supplied materials or equipment Timely notification of problems 3. and that they are specified in the submittal documents. the President makes sure that all contract requirements are clearly understood. Once these requirements are met. and Quality System requirements has the capability to deliver the completed project in the time allotted Before construction begins.8 CONTRACT REVIEW AND APPROVAL The President conducts customer contract reviews to ensure that:    Customer requirements and specifications are complete Customer requirements and specifications are compatible with the relevant regulations. quality standards. extends contract specifications to include customer approved mock-up submittals. Page 26 Quality Manual Version March 22.

and all requirements are agreed upon. Design control applies to architectural and engineering design. the Design Manager makes sure that all design requirements are clearly understood. and Quality System requirements has the capability to deliver the completed design in the time allotted The Design Manager identifies supplemental design specifications that supplement customer specifications when they are needed to ensure a quality design.3 PROJECT DESIGN QUALITY CONTROL PLAN The Design Manager prepares a project-specific plan that includes:    A listing of key project personnel. 2011 Copyright . quality standards. stakeholders have input as the designs progress. product selections. 4. and authority Appointment and the qualification of key design personnel to perform assigned design responsibilities. 4. DESIGN CONTROL 4. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 4. and final designs are verified to meet all contract and regulatory requirements. specific design responsibilities. Once these requirements are met. Who will verify and approve the design input specifications before design work begins Page 27 Quality Manual Version March 22. Construction process controls apply to approved designs that have additional detail provided by shop drawings.2 DESIGN INPUT REQUIREMENTS REVIEW The Design Manager ensures that the information in design inputs clearly defines customer expectations and that the necessary details are provided to set requirements for design. all discrepancies are resolved. the Design Manager approves the design input. qualified personnel carry out the design work. or requests for information.. The Design Manager obtains design specifications from the customer and conducts a customer design input review to ensure that:      Customer design input requirements and specifications are complete Design process review milestones are specified when necessary Customer design output requirements and specifications are complete for review milestones as well as the completed design Customer design requirements and specifications are compatible with the relevant regulations. Before design work begins.1 OVERVIEW ensures that the designs have well defined specifications.

The customer approves the plan after any discrepancies are resolved and the plan is agreed upon. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan  A listing of company and customer stakeholders. including required drawings. The person responsible must verify:     Design input specification are approved by a customer authority Design input specifications are complete Design input requirements and specifications are compatible with the relevant regulations. The Design Manager identifies the key design milestones. the design output required for the review. and engineering calculations Identification of who will perform design output verification activities and the criteria they will use. The project organization chart Includes interfaces between various groups and personnel for producing and reviewing the design. The Design Manager identifies customer and company reviewers appropriate for each design milestone.4 Contract Submittals). and how their input will be used to amended design requirements. reviews they will participate in. The Design Manager submits selected design amendments for customer approval (see section 3. safety. preliminary design. Design reviews may be specified at the completion of design work tasks. and a list of reviewers. Customer approved design amendments are design requirements. site assessments. At each review. 4. Design work may begin only after the customer approves the plan. Reviewers may include persons that have a stake in any of the following: quality. the Design Manager reviews reviewer recommendations for amendments to the design specifications. Two design reviews are required: one is an input design review and the other is the final design review. constructability. 2011 Copyright . The sequence of design work FOWs and schedule    The Design Manager reviews the design process project plan with the customer and other interested parties.. and on a calendar schedule. or cost control. percentage completion stages. purchasing. scheduling.5 DESIGN INPUT REVIEW The Design Manager ensures that design input documents are verified by qualified personnel.4 DESIGN REVIEWS The Design Manager holds review meetings with interested parties at key design milestones. estimating. The Design Manager identifies other design reviews necessary to ensure a quality result. Design output specifications. maintenance. preliminary engineering. 4. and Quality System requirements has the capability to deliver the completed project in the time allotted Page 28 Quality Manual Version March 22. quality standards.

2011 Copyright .. The person responsible must verify:     The completed design meets requirements specified by the design input The completed design meets approved design amendments Engineering calculations are correct Completeness of records per the Design Project Quality Control Plan including inputs. communications.6 DESIGN OUTPUT VERIFICATION AND APPROVAL The Design Manager ensures that design output documents are verified by qualified personnel independent of the person performing the work. Page 29 Quality Manual Version March 22. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 4. reviews. and verification activities.

PROJECT-SPECIFIC QUALITY STANDARDS APPLICABLE REGULATIONS.2 REGULATORY CODES AND INDUSTRY STANDARDS All construction activities comply with the relevant regulations. Specifications apply to materials. The Quality Control Manager identifies supplemental requirements for industry standards that apply to a specific project on the Project Quality Control Plan when it is not otherwise specified by the contract.. contract technical specifications. The Superintendent had jobsite access to relevant codes and government regulations. and results are specified rather than left to discretionary practices. or approved drawings.1 OVERVIEW personnel and subcontractors are accountable for compliance to standards-based written specifications. safe work rules. 5. 2011 Copyright . and environmental work conditions. qualified personnel and subcontractors. methods. Standards ensure that materials. 5. INDUSTRY. To achieve expectations reliably and consistently. The Quality Control Manager identifies regulatory requirements applicable to the jurisdictions served. including:         Applicable Federal regulations Applicable State regulations Applicable building codes and local addenda to building codes Applicable Fire Code Applicable Fuel and Gas Code Applicable Mechanical Code Applicable Plumbing Code Additional regulations specified by the customer contract The Quality Control Manager identifies regulatory requirements that apply to a specific project on the Project Quality Control Plan. specifications are clearly spelled out.3 INDUSTRY QUALITY STANDARDS All construction activities comply with generally accepted good workmanship practices and industry standards. work steps. Page 30 Quality Manual Version March 22. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 5. not only for results but also for processes. AND COMPANY STANDARDS 5.

When a measurement device is found not to conform to operating tolerances.. 2011 Copyright .6 QUALITY STANDARDS quality standards supplement contract requirements when they are necessary to ensure quality.5 MEASURING DEVICE CONTROL AND CALIBRATION The Quality Control Manager evaluates the project requirements and determines if there are measuring devices that require controls to assure quality results. Page 31 Quality Manual Version March 22. the Quality Control Manager sets specifications for their intended use. The Quality Control Manager ensures that purchase orders for listed materials and equipment include the relevant specifications as specified in section 6.4 MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS The Quality Control Manager ensures that all types of materials and equipment that affect quality are identified and controlled. All calibrations must be traceable to national measurement standards. 5. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 5. Only approved materials are used in the construction process. For each type of device the Quality Control Manager identifies:    Restrictions for selection Limitations on use. including:        Compliance to contract requirements Compliance to code and industry standards and listing requirements Structural integrity Performance Durability Appearance Product identification for traceability.4 Purchase Order Requirements. For each item. the Quality Control Manager validates the accuracy of previous measurements. The Quality Control Manager identifies controlled material and equipment that apply to the project. 5. The Quality Control Manager identifies supplemental requirements for Quality standards that apply to a specific project on the Project Quality Control Plan. Calibration requirements including the frequency of calibration. The Quality Control Manager evaluates the expected use of materials and equipment and identifies types of materials and equipment that may affect project quality.

5. 4. Submittals approved by the customer Contract technical specifications Contract drawings Government regulations that exceed requirements of items below quality specifications. Page 32 Quality Manual Version March 22. 5. 7. 2. When there are equal levels of specifications that conflict. the higher level of specification applies. All construction activities conform to the company quality standards.. the Quality Control Manager justifies that the standard reliably achieves quality results and then documents the justification. 6. including subcontract specifications Quality Manual Product installation instructions Industry standards Generally accepted practices Should multiple sources of conflicting specifications apply to a project. 3.7 APPLICATION OF MULTIPLE SOURCES OF SPECIFICATIONS Should multiple sources of specifications apply to a Feature of Work. the specifications are applied in this order: 1. 8. 9. 2011 Copyright . the Quality Control Manager defines the standards that apply to the specific project on the Project Quality Control Plan. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan When quality standards differ from industry standards or product manufacturer instructions.

(IAS) U.. Inc. and construction work department capabilities to ensure that they are capable of completely carrying out their assigned quality responsibilities before approving and signing the contract. 6.2.1 Organization and personnel licenses Personnel training Organization and personnel certifications Organization and personnel experience Independent Laboratory Credential Requirements Independent laboratories performing tests or quality inspections have additional requirements for purchase order specifications including certification by a nationally recognized testing accreditation organization as appropriate for the scope of the inspection or test:      NRTL: A nationally recognized testing laboratory according to 29 CFR 1910. PROJECT PURCHASING SPECIFY AND VERIFY SUPPLIER AND SUBCONTRACTOR QUALITY CAPABILITIES 6. 2011 Copyright .1 Required Credentials The Quality Control Manager defines quality-related credentials for each project Feature of Work that affects quality including required:     6. SUBCONTRACTORS.1.1 OVERVIEW verifies the qualifications of subcontractors and suppliers to ensure that they are capable of completely carrying out their assigned responsibilities. S. AND DEPARTMENTS The Quality Control Manager qualifies supplier. verified. The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) International Accreditation Services.2 QUALIFICATION OF SUPPLIERS. NVLAP: A testing agency accredited according to NIST's National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program. Quality requirements are defined.2. 6.7.1. and documented before they are approved for a project. or work order. subcontractor. Subcontractors and suppliers must meet all Quality System requirements by either 1) working under the Quality System or 2) operating their own quality program as long as it meets Quality System requirements. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 6. purchase order. Army Corps of Engineers Materials Testing Center (MTC) Page 33 Quality Manual Version March 22.1.

For each item on the Source of Supply form. Each selected supplier must be previously qualified as specified in section 6. 6.2. ) Page 34 Quality Manual Version March 22.4 PURCHASE ORDER REQUIREMENTS The Project Manager ensures that materials. equipment and services are purchased only from the supplier listed on the source of supply form (see section 6. and Departments.2Qualification of Suppliers. All nonconformances must be corrected before work in the affected area begins.3 Source of Supply Form.2            American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) program Required Capabilities Senior person designated as Quality Control Manager Knowledge of Company quality standards Demonstrated capability to complete work to Company quality standards Demonstrated skills and knowledge Demonstrated experience Demonstrated results Effective self-inspection process Access to codes. the Quality Control Manager may approve a provisional subcontract. and Construction Department Qualification Assessments When the subcontractor qualification assessment identifies minor nonconformances to the subcontract requirements. standards and product instructions Equipment availability Production capacity Demonstrated results For critical components.2. Subcontractor.4 Material and Equipment Specifications required the Quality Control Manager to identify key quality controlled materials and equipment for each project Feature of Work on the Source of Supply form.3 SOURCE OF SUPPLY FORM Section 5. The selected suppliers are listed on the Source of Supply form. 6.1.3 Supplier. Subcontractors. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan  6. The provisional subcontract supplements the subcontract with requirements for actions that address correction of the nonconformances.. the Project Manager identifies the selected supplier(s). 2011 Copyright . Work steps for recording sources of supply are specified in Standard Operating Procedure 6. 6. the Quality Control Manager determines if a source quality inspection is necessary to validate supplier quality and delivery capabilities.1.3Source of Supply Form.

and sign each purchase order. and delivery. Page 35 Quality Manual Version March 22.5 PROJECT PURCHASE ORDER APPROVALS The Project Manager ensures that contracts and purchase orders are issued only to qualified subcontractors and suppliers. storage. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan The Project Manager holds subcontractors and suppliers to the same quality requirements that must be met by . Control of quality non-conformances and responsive corrections Prevention of non-conformances Controls that ensure completion of post-construction service work Participation in quality training Preparation of submittals Participation in project planning meetings Participation in Feature of Work planning meetings Handling. approve. Conformance to contract specifications (Section 3 Contract Specifications) Conformance to project quality standards (Section 5 Project-Specific Quality Standards) Quality Management practices including           Performance of self-inspections. The supplier or subcontractor must agree to the purchase order terms and specifications. The Project Manager ensures that subcontracts and purchase orders clearly specify quality requirement expectations including:     Conformance to the Quality System or the subcontractor’s own quality program as long as it meets Quality System requirements. and then sign the contract or purchase order. 2011 Copyright .. packaging. The Project Manager must review. as applicable Product or material identification for traceability 6.

FOW planning meetings are used to communicate expectations of the FOW plan to key personnel responsible for carrying out the Feature of Work. Feature of Work plans provide additional details of how each individual Feature of Work is carried out. the Project Manager holds a meeting to discuss and coordinate how project work will be performed and controlled.1 OVERVIEW A construction process plan defines how project work is to be done and approved for the overall project. 7. As the project proceeds. 2011 Copyright . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 7. process steps. The construction process plan is communicated to all key personnel..3 7. and product installation instructions that apply to the FOW Shop drawings Submittals Page 36 Quality Manual Version March 22.3. Key personnel from [Company Name]. subcontractors and suppliers in a preconstruction meeting.2 PRECONSTRUCTION AND QUALITY CONTROL COORDINATION MEETING Prior to the commencement of work.1 PREPARATORY PROJECT QUALITY CONTROL PLANNING Feature of Work Requirements Review In preparation for the start of an upcoming Feature of Work. the Superintendent reviews an integrated and coordinated set of documents that collectively define quality requirements for the Feature of Work including:      Objectives and acceptance criteria of the FOW Quality standards that apply to the FOW Work instructions. subcontractors. and suppliers meet to review expectations for project quality results as well as quality assurance and quality control policies and procedures including:         Key requirements of the project The Project Quality Control Plan Required quality inspections and tests The project submittal schedule Quality policies and heightened awareness of critical quality requirements Project organization chart and job responsibilities Methods of communication and contact information Location of project documents and records 7. CONSTRUCTION PROCESS CONTROLS HOW WORK IS CARRIED OUT 7.

2 Conflicts that need resolution Required quality documents and a verification of availability to personnel carrying out. 2011 Copyright . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan          7.3. or inspecting the FOW Record keeping requirements and the availability of necessary forms Review methods and sequences of installation Special details and conditions Standards of workmanship Heightened awareness of critical quality requirements Quality risks Page 37 Quality Manual Version March 22. if applicable Customer contract requirements Required quality inspections and tests Method for clearly marking nonconformances to prevent inadvertent use Location of quality system records and documents Personnel training Preparatory Site Inspection The Superintendent also performs a quality inspection of the work area and:      7.3. and interested customer representatives. supervising. the Superintendent conducts a meeting with key company.. supervising.2 Tools and equipment necessary to perform the work License.3.1 Findings of the FOW preparatory quality inspection in section 7. Topics for a FOW quality plan meeting include:           FOW quality requirements as identified in section 7. certification. subcontractor personnel responsible for carrying out. During the meeting.3 Assesses completion of required prior work Verifies field measurements Assures availability and receiving quality inspection status of required materials Identifies any nonconformances to the requirements for the FOW to begin Identifies potential problems Feature of Work Preparatory Quality Planning Meetings Prior to the start of a Feature of Work.3. or other qualification requirements of personnel assigned to work Required records of the process and resulting product The subcontractor contracted to perform the work. or inspecting the work. the Superintendent communicates the FOW quality requirements and reinforces heightened awareness for critical requirements.

contract technical specifications. The Quality Control Manager identifies supplemental start-work requirements that apply to a specific project when they are necessary to assure quality results. 7. comply with government regulations.5.1 PROCESS CONTROL STANDARDS Job-ready Start Work Standards Work on a Feature of Work starts only when conditions do not adversely impact quality. communication among the participants. contract technical specifications.5. contract technical specifications. Page 38 Quality Manual Version March 22. the Superintendent facilitates coordination among the participants. 7.5. The meeting is held on a nominal weekly schedule. 7.2 Work in Process Standards Work is conducted only when conditions do not adversely impact quality. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan  FOW quality inspection form 7. industry standards.5 7. or inspecting the work. During the meeting. and reinforces heightened awareness for critical requirements. and subcontractor personnel responsible for carrying out.6 Daily Quality Control Report ). 2011 Copyright .4 WEEKLY QUALITY PLANNING AND COORDINATION MEETINGS The Superintendent conducts a meeting with key company. or product installation instructions.. The Superintendent maintains a record of the meeting event on the Daily Quality Control Report (see section 7. The Quality Control Manager identifies supplemental work in process requirements that apply to a specific project when they are necessary to assure quality results. 7. industry standards. supervising.4 Controlled Use of Materials The Project Manager ensures that contracts and purchase orders are awarded only to subcontractors and suppliers qualified to perform the Feature of Work and/or supply materials as required for the specific project. The Quality Control Manager identifies supplemental protection requirements that apply to a specific project when they are necessary to assure quality results. industry standards. or product installation instructions. or product installation instructions.5. comply with government regulations.3 Protection of Completed Work Standards Completed work is protected from damage as specified by government regulations. and interested customer representatives. supplier.

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Only approved materials are used in the construction process. Only approved materials are specified in purchase and/or subcontracts. Materials that are defective, deteriorated, damaged, or not approved are not used. The Superintendent clearly marks such materials for non-use or otherwise holds them aside. When customer-supplied materials are lost, damaged, or otherwise found unsuitable for use, the Superintendent reports such findings to the customer. When subcontractor–supplied materials are damaged or otherwise found unsuitable for use, the Superintendent reports such findings to the subcontractor. The Project Manager ensures that contracts and purchase orders are awarded only to subcontractors and suppliers qualified to perform the Feature of Work and/or supply materials as required for the specific project. The Superintendent ensures that construction uses only materials specified in the contract technical specifications, contract drawings, and approved submittals. Substitutions are made only by agreement of the customer and documented by a change order (see section 2.1.3.6). 7.5.4.1 Controlled Product Use and Installation

construction activities conform to manufacturers’ product use and installation instructions that apply to the construction process. When installing a product, the Superintendent has access to all applicable product installation instructions.

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DAILY QUALITY CONTROL REPORT

The Superintendent records a summary of daily construction activities. The report will include:          Schedule Activities Completed General description of construction activities in progress. Problems encountered, actions taken, problems, and delays Meetings held, participants, and decisions made Subcontractor and Company Crews on site Visitors and purpose General Remarks Improvement Ideas Weather conditions

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MONTHLY QUALITY CONTROL REPORT

When a monthly quality control report is required by the 2.10 Project Records and Documentation Plan, the Superintendent records a monthly status report. The report includes:        A summary of work completed and work in progress Outstanding issues Issues resolved during the reporting period Outstanding potential change orders Project status with current project costs and estimated completion date A cost analysis summarizing actual costs to date and estimated future costs Project pictures as appropriate

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8. INSPECTIONS AND TESTS
ASSURE COMPLIANCE
8.1 OVERVIEW

Inspections are necessary to verify that work processes and results conform to both contract requirements and quality standards. Qualified personnel inspect every project throughout the construction process. Additional reviews validate the accuracy of the field quality inspections and ensure that the quality standards apply uniformly. An inspection and test plan defines the quality inspections and tests required for a specific project. Personnel may only inspect construction activities for which they are have been qualified by the Quality Control Manager.

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INSPECTION AND TEST ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA

Inspections assess conformance of materials or work for each Feature of Work to project quality requirements, including applicable:         Contract technical specification Contract drawings Approved shop drawings Approved product submittals Approved allowances and unit prices Product identification requirements Approved submittals quality standards

The material or completed Feature of Work is accepted only when it meets all project quality requirements.

8.3

INSPECTION AND TEST STATUS

The status of each quality inspection or test is clearly marked by paint, tape, tag, or other easily observable signal to ensure that only accepted material or work that has passed the required quality inspections and tests is accepted.

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For each quality controlled Feature of Work, the Quality Control Manager determines the method for indentifying quality inspection and test status. For each quality controlled material, the Quality Control Manager determines the method for indentifying quality inspection and test status.

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REQUIRED FEATURE OF WORK QUALITY INSPECTIONS AND TESTS
Inspections Required for Each Feature of Work

A series of quality inspections are required for each Feature of Work. Construction projects may be execute a Feature of Work multiple times in a project, in which case a series of quality inspections are required for each Feature of Work. Each quality inspection is identified on the quality inspection and test plan referenced in section 2.6 Project Quality Inspection and Test Plan. The Quality Control Manager ensures that quality inspections and tests that apply to a specific project are clearly identified. Inspections and tests for a project include:   Customer required quality inspections and tests as specified by the contract, contract technical specifications, contract drawings, and approved submittals. Inspection of each Feature of Work identified in section 2.5 Identification of Quality Controlled Feature of Work include:        8.4.2 Preparatory Site Inspection (Section 7.3.2) Material quality inspection and tests (Section 8.4.2) Work in process quality inspections (Section 8.4.3) FOW completion quality inspections (Section 8.4.3.4) Hold points for customer quality inspection (Section 8.4.5)

Additional quality inspections and tests necessary to assure quality results. A project closeout quality inspection (Section 8.7) Material Inspections and Tests

Material quality inspections and tests ensure that purchased materials meet purchase contract quantity and quality requirements. The Superintendent inspects or ensures that a qualified inspector inspects materials prior to use for conformance to project quality requirements. The Superintendent ensures that each Feature of Work that uses the source inspected materials proceed only after the material has been accepted by the material quality inspection or test. 8.4.2.1 Source Inspections

Source quality inspections are required when quality characteristics cannot or will not be verified during subsequent processing. The Quality Control Manager determines if a source inspection is necessary to validate supplier quality before materials are delivered to the project jobsite.

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and continues until the Feature of Work is complete.4. 2011 Copyright . a qualified inspector continuously inspects the work process. 8.3.4.4 Inspection of Special Processes The Quality Control Manager identifies special processes where the results cannot be verified by subsequent inspection or testing and determines if continuous work in process inspections are required. 8.. Any outstanding punch items remaining after the Feature of Work completion inspection is deemed a nonconformance. 8.3. the Quality Control Manager or a qualified inspector inspects the completion of each Feature of Work to verify that work conforms to project quality requirements.1 Initial Job-Ready Inspections For each Feature of Work. 8. Completion quality inspections are conducted before starting other construction activities that may interfere with an inspection. as work is conducted.4.2 Initial Work in process Inspection For each Feature of Work.4. For these special processes. During the Feature of Work completion inspection each punch item correction is verified. the item is identified for correction.4 Feature of Work Completion Inspections For each Feature of Work.5 Punch Items If the Superintendent or inspector observes an item for correction prior to a Feature of Work completion inspection.3 Follow-up Work in Process Inspections The Superintendent or a qualified inspector performs ongoing work in process quality inspections to ensure that construction activities continue to conform to project quality requirements.3.4. 8.3 Work in Process Inspections Work in process quality inspections continuously verify compliance project quality standards beginning at the start of a Feature of Work. 8.3. Page 43 Quality Manual Version March 22. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan The Superintendent ensures that each Feature of Work that uses the source inspected materials proceed only the material has been accepted by the source inspection. the Superintendent or a qualified inspector performs an initial work in process inspection when the first representative portion of a work activity is completed. the Superintendent or a qualified inspector performs job-ready quality inspections to ensure that construction activities begin only when they should begin. Completion quality inspections are performed for each Feature of Work. 8.4.4.3. Job-ready quality inspections verify that conditions conform to the project quality requirements.

5 Hold Points for Customer Inspection The Superintendent stops work when reaching a hold point specified on the inspection and test plan.6 8.5 QUALITY INSPECTION AND TEST SPECIFICATIONS Specifications for each inspection or test are clearly understood before the inspection or test is performed including:          Items to be inspected/tested Inspections/tests to be performed Testing schedule frequency Specification references including contract drawing identification number and version. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Any outstanding punch items remaining after the Feature of Work completion inspection is deemed a nonconformance. 2011 Copyright .. 8. if applicable. The Quality Control Manager lists on the form checkpoints for heightened awareness including:      Initial job-ready inspection requirements Material inspection and tests Work in process inspection requirements Completion quality inspections Other quality requirements as necessary to reduce quality risks The person responsible for the inspection records Feature of Work inspection results on the Feature of Work inspection form. if applicable Performing party Witness parties Certificates required Checklists/procedures Reference standards 8. The Superintendent ensures that work proceeds only with customer approval. Work steps recoding Feature of Work inspection results are specified in Standard Operating Procedure 8.1 INSPECTION AND TEST RECORDS Inspection Records The Quality Control Manager prepares an inspection form for each Feature of Work. 8. and/or contract technical specification number and version.6.4. Page 44 Quality Manual Version March 22.1 Inspection Records.6.

7. the Quality Control Manager will inspect the completed project and verify conformance to contract specifications. When the punch-out inspection process is complete. The Superintendent assigns a planned date by which the deficiencies will be corrected. The customer is also notified of any remaining nonconformances and their planned resolution.. 2011 Copyright . if applicable Technical specification number and version. Any open items to be completed at a later date. if applicable Conspicuous statement of final result as either “CONFORMS” or “DOES NOT CONFORM” 8. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 8. Any remaining deficiencies are recorded managed as nonconformances. Inspector’s name and signature indicating compliance with all requirements of the Quality System Quality rating scores as appropriate Date of inspection or test Certificate. The Quality Control Manager records nonconforming items on a Final Punch List form.2 Test Records Test result data include as appropriate:               Reference to the inspection and test plan item Description or title of the inspection activity Drawing identification number and version. After corrections have been made. the Quality Control Manager then notifies the customer that the project is ready for the customer’s Pre-Final inspection. if applicable Location of the inspection activity Acceptance criteria Nonconformances Validation that nonconformances are corrected. the Superintendent verifies the completion of each item. Page 45 Quality Manual Version March 22. Then the Quality Control Manager conducts a follow-up inspection and verifies that all nonconforming items have been corrected to meet contract specifications. reinspected or retested.1 PROJECT COMPLETION AND CLOSEOUT INSPECTION Punch-Out QC Inspection Near the end of the project.7 8.6. or a milestone established in the Project Quality Inspection and Test Plan. The date may be assigned for all items or individual items as necessary. and confirmed to meet Quality System requirements.

The Superintendent assigns a planned date by which the deficiencies will be corrected. The customer is also notified of any remaining nonconformances and their planned resolution.3 Final Acceptance Customer Inspection If the customer performs a final inspection. Any remaining deficiencies are recorded managed as nonconformances. When the pre-final customer inspection process is complete. 2011 Copyright .. Page 46 Quality Manual Version March 22. the Quality Control Manager then notifies the customer that the project is ready for the customer’s follow-up verification.7. the Quality Control Manager then notifies the customer that the project is ready for the customer’s Final inspection. After corrections have been made. After corrections have been made. When the final customer inspection process is complete. The Quality Control Manager records nonconforming items on a Final Punch List form and assigns a planned date by which the deficiencies will be corrected.2 Pre-Final Customer Inspection If the customer performs a pre-final inspection. and Project Manager will participate in the inspection. The Superintendent assigns a planned date by which the deficiencies will be corrected. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 8. the Superintendent verifies the completion of each item. The date may be assigned for all items or individual items as necessary. the Quality Control Manager records nonconforming items on a Final Punch List form and assigns a planned date by which the deficiencies will be corrected. the Superintendent verifies the completion of each item. the Quality Control Manager will conduct a follow-up inspection and verify that all nonconforming items have been corrected to meet contract specifications. The date may be assigned for all items or individual items as necessary. Any remaining deficiencies are recorded and then managed as nonconformances. After corrections have been made. Superintendent.7. the Quality Control Manager will conduct a follow-up inspection and verify that all nonconforming items have been corrected to meet contract specifications. 8. the Quality Control Manager. After corrections have been made. The customer is also notified of any remaining nonconformances and their planned resolution.

tape. correct it. The Superintendent identifies the limits of the affected area. 2011 Copyright .2 Quality Control Manager Disposition of Nonconformance Reports When the Quality Control Manager receives a Nonconformance Report. 9. fit.2 Control the Continuation of Work After the item is marked. NONCONFORMANCES AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS 9. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 9.3 9.2.2.2.3.1 If the nonconformance or observed item by the Feature of Work completion inspection. and function.. A nonconformance is any item that does not meet project specifications or Quality System requirements.1 NONCONFORMANCES Marking of Nonconformances and Observations When the Quality Control Manager. work must stop in the affected area until the disposition of the item resolved. 9.3. he or she makes an assessment of the affect the reported nonconformance has on form. tag. the Superintendent determines if work can continue in the affected area:  CONTINUE WORK: When continuing work does not adversely affect quality or hide the defect.1 OVERVIEW Should a nonconformance be identified by an inspection there is a systematic method to control the item. or customer identifies a nonconformance or an observation. Nonconformance Report Recording of Nonconformances  9.2. or other easily observable signal to prevent inadvertent cover-up. inspector. The Superintendent quickly and clearly marks the stop work area. STOP WORK ORDER: When continuing work can adversely affect quality or hide the defect. The Superintendent may place limitations on the continuation of work. the item is quickly and clearly marked by paint. 9. and ensure that project quality is not adversely impacted by the event. work may continue in the affected area while the disposition of the item is resolved.2 9. Superintendent. The Superintendent sends the nonconformance report to the Quality Control Manager. the Superintendent or inspector records nonconformances on a nonconformance report. The Quality Control Manager may assign a disposition of either: Page 47 Quality Manual Version March 22.2.

. or completion of the required operations. REPAIR: The nonconformance can be brought into conformance with the original requirements through re-machining. 9. even though it is not restored to a condition that meets all specification requirements.2. and detectability of quality nonconformances items found during and after completion of construction activities. The Quality Control Manager may specify standards that apply to the completion of rework. severity. the Superintendent ensures that:   Previously completed work is reinspected for similar nonconformances Corrective actions are taken to avert future occurrences The Quality Control Manager identifies requirements for corrective actions with respect to frequency. Rework nonconformances must be approved by the customer. Correction of Nonconformances    9.1 CORRECTIVE ACTIONS Control of Corrective Actions When a nonconformance is found. or covers the nonconformance marker. USE AS-IS: When the nonconforming item is satisfactory for its intended use. the Quality Control Manager makes modifications as necessary by making changes to:     Material specifications Personnel qualifications Subcontractor qualifications Company standards Page 48 Quality Manual Version March 22. reassembly. Furthermore. 2011 Copyright .3 Corrective Actions). and then removes. reprocessing.4 The Superintendent verifies that corrective actions eliminate the nonconformance to the requirements of the original specifications or as instructed by the disposition of the nonconformance report.3. Any use as-is items that do not meet all specification requirements must be approved by the customer. When a solution requires changes to quality standards.3 9. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan  REPLACE: The nonconformance can be brought into conformance with the original specification requirements by replacing the nonconforming product or material with a conforming product or material. the Superintendent ensures that previously completed work is reinspected for similar nonconformances and corrective actions are taken to avert future occurrences (see section 9. obliterates. REWORK: The nonconformance can be made acceptable for its intended use. reinstallation.

LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan  9. Personnel and subcontractors performing or inspecting work participate in the training. Page 49 Quality Manual Version March 22.3. the item is no longer treated as a preventive action. Heightened awareness during quality inspections verifies and documents compliance with the corrective action improvement items. The Superintendent evaluates the effectiveness of the improvements.. 2011 Copyright .2 Inspection processes Corrective Action Training The Superintendent initiates corrective action training to address quality nonconformances. When the Quality Control Manager determines that the improvement actions are effective. A qualified Superintendent inspects corrective actions during regular quality inspections and records observations on the quality inspection form. The Quality Control Manager reviews improvement results recorded on quality inspection records and monthly field reviews. The Superintendent notifies affected subcontractors of selected preventive action training requirements.

The Quality Control Manager also reviews company quality performance and customer feedback. When a solution requires changes to quality standards. or use of higher-grade materials. 10. Follow-up ensures that a problem is completely resolved. More specifically. improved processes. training.2 IDENTIFY PREVENTIVE ACTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT The Quality Control Manager identifies preventive action improvement priorities with respect to frequency..1 OVERVIEW Fixing problems found during quality inspections is not sufficient. If problems remain. upgrade personnel qualifications. Systematic prevention of recurrences is essential for improving quality. 2011 Copyright . PREVENTIVE ACTIONS PREVENT NONCONFORMANCES 10. Solutions may involve a combination of enhanced process controls. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 10. The Quality Control Manager leads the company in finding solutions to address the causes of problems. severity. and detectability of quality correction items found during and after completion of construction activities. the Quality Control Manager assesses:        Customer corrective items Superintendent quality inspection results Code official inspection results Post-construction service Management field reviews Annual system review Customer satisfaction surveys The Quality Control Manager documents quality items requiring preventive action improvement. the process is repeated. the Quality Control Manager makes modifications as necessary by making changes to:     Material specifications Personnel qualifications Subcontractor qualifications Company standards Page 50 Quality Manual Version March 22. makes changes to solve the problem.

LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan  Inspection processes 10. the item is no longer treated as a preventive action. A qualified Superintendent inspects hotspots during regular quality inspections and records observations on the quality inspection form.. When the Quality Control Manager determines that the improvement actions are effective. The Quality Control Manager evaluates the effectiveness of the improvements. Heightened awareness during quality inspections verifies and documents compliance with the preventive action improvement items. 2011 Copyright . The Quality Control Manager reviews improvement results recorded on quality inspection records and monthly field reviews. Personnel and subcontractors performing or inspecting work participate in the training. The Quality Control Manager notifies affected subcontractors of selected preventive action training requirements. Page 51 Quality Manual Version March 22.3 TRAIN PREVENTIVE ACTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT The Quality Control Manager initiates preventive action training to address quality improvement items.

The audit assesses:     quality improvement activities Customer performance evaluations and satisfaction measurement results Quality performance measures Monthly field reviews Page 52 Quality Manual Version March 22.1 OVERVIEW Audits ensure that the elements of the Quality System are functioning as intended. Requirements for managing audit nonconformances are addressed in section 9.3 COMPANY-WIDE QUALITY SYSTEM AUDIT At least annually. QUALITY SYSTEM AUDITS AUDITS AND IMPROVEMENT 11. At least monthly.2 Nonconformances. 2011 Copyright . the Director of Quality audits the suitability and effectiveness of the Quality System. 11.2 PROJECT QUALITY SYSTEM AUDIT The Quality Control Manager conducts monthly project Quality System audits that verify proper operation of the Quality System on a project. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 11. the Quality Control Manager audits:            Quality system framework Quality system management and responsibilities Customer contract specifications Design control Project-specific quality standards Project purchasing Construction process control plans Inspections and tests Nonconformances and corrective actions Preventive actions Quality records and documents The Quality Control Manager takes corrective actions to ensure compliance with Quality System requirements. 11. The effectiveness of changes is then evaluated and documented..

2011 Copyright . business climate.. etc. scope of work changes. initiates needed improvements. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan      Internal and external Quality Audit results Process performance and product conformance results Preventive and corrective action status Follow up on actions from previous Management Reviews Other changes (i.) that could affect the Quality System Changes are initiated to improve Quality System performance. The Director of Quality documents Quality System changes in the Quality Assurance Manual. and assesses their effectiveness.e. Page 53 Quality Manual Version March 22.

complete. and updates the manual as necessary. 12.4 RECORDS CONTROL The Quality Control Manager verifies records for conformance to the Quality System Requirements and approves all Quality System records.1 OVERVIEW ensures that quality related documents and records are created.3 QUALITY SYSTEM POLICY AND PROCEDURE REQUIREMENTS The Director of Quality prepares procedures when documented work steps are necessary for establishing. and stored properly. At least annually. 2011 Copyright . Each procedure must contain the following elements:       Purpose Scope Definitions Responsible Person(s) References Procedure steps: that describe sequential processes to be followed to accomplish quality objectives 12. Each policy identifies the titles of personnel responsible. Only procedures approved by the Director of Quality are a requirement of the Quality System. the Director of Quality determines if updated versions of standards and product installation instructions are available. If so. The Director of Quality ensures that the Quality Manual and documents related to a work task are accessible to personnel performing the work.2 QUALITY MANUAL The Director of Quality maintains the Quality Manual that documents quality policies. improves.. and maintain the Quality System. 12. Page 54 Quality Manual Version March 22. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 12. The Director of Quality maintains. the Director of Quality updates the Quality System documentation accordingly. implementing. RECORD AND DOCUMENT CONTROLS 12. Written procedures are required for the use of forms to record quality data.

When new versions are distributed.6 PROJECT RECORDS CONTROL The Quality Control Manager verifies the completeness. 12. and retention of project-specific Quality System records including:             Inspection and test records Quality submittals to the customer Project quality system audits Field reviews Calibration certificates Daily log reports Incident reports Redline drawings Qualified personnel approvals Qualified subcontractor approvals Quality improvement records Project Quality records specified by customer contract.8 DOCUMENT CONTROL OF SYSTEM DOCUMENTS The Director of Quality controls documents related to the Quality System including: Page 55 Quality Manual Version March 22.7 DOCUMENT CONTROL The Director of Quality ensures that records of the distribution of Quality System documents are kept. accuracy. and retention of project-specific Quality System records including:   Annual reviews Quality improvement records 12. 12.. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Documentation demonstrating conformance with and operation of the Quality System is retrievable for at least five years.5 QUALITY SYSTEM RECORDS CONTROL The Quality Control Manager verifies the completeness. 2011 Copyright . The Quality Control Manager verifies records for conformance to the Quality System Requirements. 12. or contract technical specifications The Quality Control Manager assigns record control responsibilities and document location that apply to a specific project. obsolete versions are destroyed or controlled to prevent inadvertent use. accuracy.

9 DOCUMENT CONTROL OF PROJECT DOCUMENTS The Project Manager controls documents related to specific customer contracts including:          Customer contracts Contract technical specifications Contract drawings Shop drawing submittals and approvals Product data submittals and approvals Allowances and unit price submittals and approvals Requests for information and customer responses Subcontracts Inspection and test plans Page 56 Quality Manual Version March 22.. 2011 Copyright . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan       Quality System Manual Quality System Procedures Project Management Procedures (including interface and coordination with customers and regulatory agencies with jurisdiction over jobsites) Government regulations Industry standards Procurement specifications 12.

examining. Design Data .Statements by inspectors. officials. and extent. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 13. or product manufacturers attesting that product. Conformance – An item meets the requirements of relevant specifications.The process of deciding. FOW – Feature of Work Inspection and Test Plan – A record of requirements. Disposition – A statement describing the manner in which a nonconformance is to be resolved. and whether these arrangements are implemented effectively and suitably to achieve set objectives.Calculations. Audit – An audit determines if the quality system is performing as documented and whether the quality system is implemented. contracts or regulations. Certification . also the state of meeting the requirements. frequency and responsibilities for activities such as measuring. system or material meets stated specification requirements. mix designs. analyses or other data pertaining to a part of work. An audit consists of a systematic and objective examination to determine whether quality management activities and associated results comply with planned arrangements. and comparing the results with specified requirements to determine conformity to the Contract Specification. size. whether to accept or reject a product. 2011 Copyright . Contract Project Quality Control Plan – See Project Quality Control Plan. which adversely affect quality. Inspections and tests are detailed in the applicable procedures and results recorded on forms appended to these procedures. engineers. Page 57 Quality Manual Version March 22. Corrective Action – a specific action to resolve a known condition or conditions. APPENDIX 13. through inspection.When used with an entity or individual. Corrective Action must addresses remedial action to correct the known discrepancy whereas preventive action prevents reoccurrence based on the identified root cause. testing and gauging one or more characteristics of a product or service. Definable feature of work – See Task.1 DEFINITIONS OF TERMS Acceptance . Experienced . Feature of Work – See Task.. "experienced" means having successfully completed work similar in nature.

incorrect or inadequate documentation or deviation from prescribed processing. Page 58 Quality Manual Version March 22. instructions and brochures illustrating size. Quality Assurance . testing. Product Data .A document setting out the specific quality objectives. Forms are also part of this manual with step by step instructions. equipment or workmanship that illustrate functional and aesthetic characteristics of a material or product and establish standards by which the work can be judged. Mock-up Sample – an assembly or portions of an assembly constructed on the project site that establishes standards by which the ensuring work can be judged. and resolution of a nonconformance. measuring.Activities. resources and sequence of activities relevant to a particular Contract or project. and procedures performed before and during execution of the Work to guard against defects and deficiencies and substantiate that proposed construction will comply with requirements. Product Samples . physical appearance and other characteristics of materials. to review coordination. actions. Mockups are not Samples.The act of examining. fit or function and renders the quality of an item or service unacceptable or indeterminate in regard to meeting all relevant specifications. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Inspection .Physical examples of materials. practices. performance charts. and to demonstrate compliance with specified installation tolerances. or operation. to show interface between dissimilar materials. 2011 Copyright . schedules. inspection or test procedures. Nonconformance – Non-fulfillment of a specification which affects form. test failures. or testing to determine the degree of compliance with requirements. illustrations. Observation – Feedback provided to work crews for the purposes of heightened awareness of an item that if not addressed by a completion inspection may result in a nonconformance. This manual is copy right 2011CaldreriaQuality. where indicated. to demonstrate aesthetic effects and. Color samples from the manufacturer's standard line (or custom color samples if specified) to be used in selecting or approving colors for the project Project Quality Control Plan . Standard operating procedures supplement the quality manual policies with work steps. Non-conformance Report – A record of the identification. Quality Control – the performance of tasks which ensure that construction is performed according to plans and specifications Quality Manual – Documents consisting of policies for quality management methods instituted as a company. systems or equipment for some portion of the work. qualities of materials and execution. Quality Audit .A formal review/investigation to determine whether the quality characteristics of a product or service meet the defined quality criteria.Catalog cuts.. Mockups are constructed to verify selections made under sample submittals. diagrams. Examples of nonconformance include: physical defects.

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Records - Documentary evidence of the specification of individual items, standards of work, and compliance with the Quality Management System requirements. Reject – A disposition of a nonconformance for an item unsuitable for its intended purpose and economically or physically incapable of being reworked or repaired. Repair – A disposition of a nonconformance for an item acceptable for its intended use even though it is not restored to a condition which meets all specification requirements. Rework – A disposition of a nonconformance for an item that can be brought into conformance with the original requirements through re-machining, reassembling, reprocessing, reinstallation, or completion of the required operations. Shop Drawings - Drawings, diagrams and schedules specifically prepared to illustrate some portion of the work. Diagrams and instructions from a manufacturer or fabricator for use in producing the product and as aids to integrate the product or system into the project. Shop drawings show how multiple systems and interdisciplinary work will be coordinated Standard Operating Procedure - A document that details the purpose and scope of an activity, and specifies how it is to be carried out. The output from a procedure provides objective evidence (in the form of records) of the compliance to the quality system requirements. Subcontractor - A company, organization or individual providing a service or product, which may include labor, plant, materials or other facilities or resources Task – A definable features of work. A task which is separate and distinct from other tasks and has separate control requirements. A task could be identified by different trades or disciplines, or it could be separate phases of work by the same trade. At minimum each section of the specifications is a task; however, there are frequently more than one definable feature under a particular section. Test Reports - Report signed by authorized official of testing laboratory that a material, product or system identical to the material, product or system to be provided has been tested in accord with specified requirements. Use-As-Is – A disposition of a nonconformance for an item that will satisfy its intended use, even though it does not meet all design/functional requirements. Verify - The process of confirming the soundness or effectiveness.

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STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES TABLE OF CONTENTS
Quality System SOP 2.2 Project License and Qualification Requirements ................................................ 3 Quality System SOP 2.3.1 Project Organization Chart ................................................................................ 6 Quality System SOP 2.3.2 Appointment of Key Project Personnel ............................................................. 8 Quality System SOP 2.3.3 Personnel Qualifications ................................................................................. 13 Quality System SOP 2.5 Identification of Quality Controlled ................................................................... 17 Quality System SOP 2.6 Project Quality Inspection and Test Plan .......................................................... 19 Quality System SOP 2.7 Project Quality Communications Plan ................................................................ 21 Quality System SOP 2.8 Project Quality Training Plan .............................................................................. 25 Quality System SOP 2.10 Project Records and Documentation Plan ....................................................... 28 Quality System SOP 3.6.1 Contract Submittal Schedule ........................................................................... 30 Quality System SOP 3.6.2 Customer Submittal Approval ......................................................................... 32 Quality System SOP 3.6.7 Change Order .................................................................................................. 34 Quality System SOP 4.3 Project Design Quality Control Plan ................................................................... 36 Quality System SOP 4.4 Design Reviews ................................................................................................... 38 Quality System SOP 5.2 Regulatory Codes and Industry Standards ......................................................... 41 Quality System SOP 5.5 Measuring Device Control and Calibration ........................................................ 43 Quality System SOP 6.2 Qualification of Suppliers, Subcontractors, and Departments........................... 45 Quality System SOP 6.4 Purchase Order Requirements ........................................................................... 51 Quality System SOP 7.2 Preconstruction and Quality Control Coordination Meeting ............................. 55 Quality System SOP 7.3.1 Feature of Work Requirements Review .......................................................... 57 Quality System SOP 7.3.2 Preparatory Site Inspection ............................................................................. 59 Quality System SOP 7.3.3 Feature of Work Preparatory Quality Planning Meeting ................................ 62 Quality System SOP 7.6 Daily Quality Control Report .............................................................................. 64 Quality System SOP 7.7 Monthly Quality Control Report ........................................................................ 69 Quality System SOP 8.6 Inspection and Test Records .............................................................................. 71 Quality System SOP 8.6.1 Inspection Records ......................................................................................... 73 Quality System SOP 8.7 Project Completion and Closeout Inspection ..................................................... 76 Quality System SOP 9.2.3.1Recording of Nonconformances ................................................................... 79 Quality System SOP 10.3 Train Preventive Actions for Improvement ...................................................... 82 Quality System SOP 11.2 Project Quality System Audit ........................................................................... 84 Quality System SOP 11.3 Company-wide Quality System Audit............................................................... 86 Quality System SOP 12.8 Document Control of System Documents ........................................................ 88 Quality System SOP 12.9 Document Control of Project Documents ........................................................ 91

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QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 2.2 PROJECT LICENSE AND QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
Version
March 22, 2011

Approved by:
Quality Control Manager

Purpose:
To assess and record the qualification of suppliers, subcontractors, and company departments to meet the quality requirements of the company and/or project and to keep a record of their licenses and certifications

Scope:
All projects

Definitions:
None:

Responsible Person(s):
Project Manager has overall responsibility Quality Control Manager

References:
Quality Manual Section 2.2 Quality Manual Section 12.6 Project Records Control

Procedure:
1. Use the Subcontractor and Supplier Qualification Form and Source of Supply Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. In that case, the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract. The Responsible Person identifies subcontractor and suppliers that require qualification as required by the Quality Manual. Records the subcontractor’s or supplier’s company name on a Subcontractor and Supplier Qualification Form. When no qualifications are required “none required” is entered and then this procedure is regarded as complete. The Responsible Person assesses the subcontractor or supplier and records the qualifications on the Subcontractor and Supplier Qualification Form. When all qualification requirements are met, the Project Manager signs the form.

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7. When the subcontractor qualification assessment identifies minor nonconformances to the subcontract requirements, the Project Manager may approve a provisional subcontract. The provisional subcontract lists requirements for actions that address correction of the nonconformances. All nonconformances must be corrected and verification recorded on the form before the company can commence work affected by the provisional requirements. The Responsible Person lists critical materials required by specific construction task and suppliers qualified to provide the materials on the Source of Supply form. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12.6 Project Records Control

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[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Project License and Qualifications Version March 22.. 2011 Copyright . and training required: License and expiration dates: Certifications and expiration dates: Training completed and expiration date: Certifications and expiration dates: List each person’s credentials on the Subcontractor and Supplier Certifications and Licenses form. 2011 Project ID [ProjectNumber] [ProjectName] Project Name Approval  Yes  Conditional  No Approved By Review Topics Project quality –related credential requirements Licenses required: Certification required: Training required: Type and length of experience required: Personnel license. certification. Qualifications QUALIFICATION NOTES: Page 5 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .

Page 6 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. In that case.3.1 Project Organization Chart. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract. The Responsible Person prepares a Project Organization Chart as required by the Quality Manual Section Quality Manual Section 2.3. The Responsible Person stores the organization chart in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12.3.. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 2. 2011 Copyright .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.1 Project Organization Chart Quality Manual Section 12. 3. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To clearly define the reporting relationships among key project personnel and to record the result Scope: All construction contracts Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Project Manager has overall responsibility References: Quality Manual Section 2.6 Project Records Control 2.1 PROJECT ORGANIZATION CHART Version March 22. Use the Project Organization Chart Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form.

2011 Copyright . 2011 Project ID Project Name Preparer Date President Director of Quality Design Manager* Quality Control Manager Superintendent Project Manager Purchasing and Estimating Manager Third Party Inspection and Testing Agencies Crew Foremen Subcontractors Page 7 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Project Organization Chart Version March 22.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22..

Page 8 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract. and to record and store a record appointments. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To formally appoint key project personnel with specific job responsibilities and authorities. 3.3. 5. 2011 Copyright .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. 6.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. The Responsible Person records the appointment the project Quality Control Manager on the Project Quality Control Manager Appointment Form..3. 2. In that case. The Responsible Person records Superintendent appointments on the Project Superintendent Appointment Form. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12.2 APPOINTMENT OF KEY PROJECT PERSONNEL Version March 22. The Responsible Person delivers copies of the completed forms to the customer and the appointed person. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 2.2 Appointment of Key Project Personnel Quality Manual Section 12. The Responsible Person records the Purchasing and Estimating Manager appointment on the Purchasing and Estimating Manager Appointment Form. Scope: All projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): President References: Quality Manual Section 2. The Responsible Person records the project manager appointment on the Project Manager Appointment Form. Use the forms contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. 4.6 Project Records Control.

any subcontractor. or any supplier. President signature and date: _________________________________________________________________ COMPETENT PERSON STATEMENT I am the designated Quality Control Manager capable and competent to carry out the responsibilities and authority as stated above. Quality Control Manager signature and date: _________________________________________________________________ Page 9 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. subcontractor personnel. or supplier as deemed necessary to assure quality results. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Quality Control Manager Appointment Letter Version March 22. Your responsibilities include managing and implementing the Quality System and the Project Quality Control Plan regarding the referenced project. Ensuring the availability of necessary resources and information for effective operation of the Quality System I grant you unrestricted authority for carrying out the above responsibilities including:     Stopping work when continuing work adversely affects quality or covers up a defect Prevent the use of materials that would adversely affect quality or cover up a defect To direct the removal and replacement of any non-conforming work or material by . 2011 Copyright . Suspend work and/or supply of materials by any staff member. 2011 Project ID Project Name Appointed Quality Control Manager Please be advised that you are hereby appointed as Quality Control Manager for the above referenced project. I assign you responsible for:       Demonstrating commitment to the Quality System and its integrity Ensuring achievement of project quality objectives Providing adequate resources for effective operation of the Quality System on the project Ensuring that each project employee understands his or her quality responsibilities as well as quality policies Conducting management reviews of the Quality System..

Your responsibilities include managing and implementing the Quality System and the Project Quality Control Plan regarding the referenced project.. 2011 Copyright . subcontractor personnel. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Project Manager Appointment Version March 22. Suspend work and/or supply of materials by any staff member. Ensuring the availability of necessary resources and information for effective operation of the Quality System I grant you unrestricted authority for carrying out the above responsibilities including:     Stopping work when continuing work adversely affects quality or covers up a defect Prevent the use of materials that would adversely affect quality or cover up a defect To direct the removal and replacement of any non-conforming work or material by . President signature and date: _________________________________________________________________ COMPETENT PERSON STATEMENT I am the designated Project Manager capable and competent to carry out the responsibilities and authority as stated above.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. I assign you responsible for:       Demonstrating commitment to the Quality System and its integrity Ensuring achievement of project quality objectives Providing adequate resources for effective operation of the Quality System on the project Ensuring that each project employee understands his or her quality responsibilities as well as quality policies Conducting management reviews of the Quality System. 2011 Project ID Project Name Appointed Project Manager Please be advised that you are hereby appointed as Project Manager for the above referenced project. Project Manager signature and date: _________________________________________________________________ Page 10 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . The Project Manager is the one person responsible for management of a specific project. or supplier as deemed necessary to assure quality results. or any supplier. any subcontractor.

[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. and recording findings Accurately assessing subcontractor quality and on-time performance Ensuring that quality standards are achieved before approving subcontractor or work crew completion of work I grant you unrestricted authority for carrying out the above responsibilities including:     Stopping work when continuing work adversely affects quality or covers up a defect Prevent the use of materials that would adversely affect quality or cover up a defect To direct the removal and replacement of any non-conforming work or material by . President signature and date: _________________________________________________________________ COMPETENT PERSON STATEMENT I am the designated Superintendent capable and competent to carry out the responsibilities and authority as stated above. contract drawings. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Project Superintendent Appointment Version March 22. and company quality standards and specifications Ensuring that subcontractors begin work in accordance with start-work policies Ensuring that subcontractors receive a notice to work only when conditions will not adversely affect quality results Conducting quality inspections. approved contract submittals. 2011 Project ID Project Name Appointed Superintendent Scope of Project Responsibility (All or list each Feature of Work) All Please be advised that you are hereby appointed as Superintendent for the above referenced project. or any supplier. or supplier as deemed necessary to assure quality results. Superintendent signature and date: _________________________________________________________________ Page 11 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . contract technical specifications. in the role of Superintendent I assign you responsible for:        Verification that work performed by subcontractors and work crews conforms to quality standards. tests. subcontractor personnel. Ensuring that construction meets government regulatory and code requirements. customer requirements. 2011 Copyright . contract requirements. Suspend work and/or supply of materials by any staff member. Regardless of your other duties. any subcontractor..

Regardless of your other duties. 2011 Project ID Project Name Appointed Superintendent Please be advised that you are hereby appointed as Design Manager for the above referenced project. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Project Design Manager Appointment Version March 22. I assign you responsible for    Performing design work and/or overseeing the work of a design subcontractor. Ensuring achievement of project design quality objectives Ensuring that each design employee understands his or her quality responsibilities as well as quality policies I grant you unrestricted authority for carrying out the above responsibilities including:   Stop work when continuing work adversely affects quality or cover up a design flaw Prevent the use of designs that would adversely affect quality or cover up a defect President signature and date: COMPETENT PERSON STATEMENT I am the designated Project Design Manager capable and competent to carry out the responsibilities and authority as stated above. 2011 Copyright .. Project Design Manager signature and date: _________________________________________________________________ Page 12 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.

[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.3 Personnel Qualifications Quality Manual Section 12.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. Use the Personnel Qualifications Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. Page 13 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .. In that case. The Responsible Person records the assessment results on the Personnel Qualifications form. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 2.6 Project Records Control. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12. 2011 Copyright . 2. 3. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To qualify personnel for their job responsibilities and to record and store the results of personnel qualification credentials and assessments Scope: All projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Project Manager has overall responsibility Quality Control Manager References: Quality Manual Section 2. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract.3 PERSONNEL QUALIFICATIONS Version March 22.3.3. 4. The Responsible Person performs personnel qualification assessments as required by Quality Manual.

2011 Name: Project ID Project Name Job Position: Approval  Yes  No Approved By Review Topics Project-Related Job Credentials Certification required: Certifications and expiration dates: Training required: Training completed and expiration date: Licenses required: License and expiration dates: Type and length of experience required: Certifications and expiration dates: Qualifications      Knowledge of Company quality standards Knowledge of Company job responsibilities and authority Demonstrated skills and knowledge Demonstrated ability Demonstrated results Qualification Notes: Provisional Approval: Action plan for improvement Follow-up results and date Page 14 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Project Personnel Qualification Form Version March 22.. 2011 Copyright .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.

.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. 2011 Project ID Person Project Name Preparer Date Expiration Date Certification. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Personnel Certifications and Licenses Version March 22. License. or Credential Page 15 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . 2011 Copyright .

Bellefontaine.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. OH 43311 Professional Profile [Include a brief paragraph about yourself and career history including your professional and personal profile as it relates to the project you will be working on.] Project Experience  [Type the project name] | [Type the project location/address] [Type the start date] – [Type the end date] [Type job responsibilities]  [Type the project name] | [Type the project location/address] [Type the start date] – [Type the end date] [Type job responsibilities]  [Type the project name] | [Type the project location/address] [Type the start date] – [Type the end date] [Type job responsibilities] Skills  [Type list of skills]  [Type list of skills]  [Type list of skills] Education [SCHOOL NAME – City. Main St.. year] Page 16 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . 2011 Copyright . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Resume [Insert Name] 328 S. State] [Degree.

the Responsible Person completes the Project Quality Inspection and Test Plan Form (contained in this procedure) with information as required by the Quality Manual. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 2.6 Project Records Control 2. Use the Listing of Quality Controlled Feature of Work List contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract. 3. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To clearly identify each quality controlled project Feature of Work that is subject to process controls and a series of quality inspections.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1.5 IDENTIFICATION OF QUALITY CONTROLLED Version March 22.5 Identification of Quality Controlled Feature of Work Quality Manual Section 12. 2011 Copyright . Page 17 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . Scope: All projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): The Quality Control Manager References: Quality Manual Section 2. For each project. In that case.

. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Quality Controlled Feature of Work List Version March 22.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. 2011 Copyright . 2011 Project ID Project FOW / Contract Section Project Name Preparer Date Method for identification of Approved Inspection Status Description of Feature of Work Page 18 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .

[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. Use the Project Quality Inspection and Test Plan Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. For each project. and to record when they are completed. the plan is used to verify that all quality inspections and tests have been completed. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To plan quality inspections and tests that is required during the project.6 PROJECT QUALITY INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN Version March 22.. the Responsible Person completes the Project Quality Inspection and Test Plan Form (contained in this procedure) with information as required by the Quality Manual. In that case.6 Project Records Control 2. At the end of the project. Scope: All projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): The Project Manager has overall responsibility The Quality Control Manager References: Quality Manual Section 2. 2011 Copyright . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 2. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. Page 19 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .6 Project Quality Inspection and Test Plan Quality Manual Section 12. The quality inspection and test plan also provides the means to control quality inspections that have deviated from the plan. 3. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12.

. 2011 Copyright .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Quality Inspection and Test Plan CONTRACT NUMBER PROJECT NAME CONTRACTOR SPECIFICATION SECTION AND PARAGRAPH NUMBER ACCREDITED/ APPROVED LAB SCHEDULE ACTIVITY ID TEST REQUIRED YES /NO SAMPLED BY TESTED BY LOCATION OF TEST ON/OFF SITE/SITE DATE COMPLETED DATE FORWARDED TO CUSTOMER REMARKS Page 20 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .

The Responsible Person records the communications plan on the Project Quality Communications form.7 PROJECT QUALITY COMMUNICATIONS PLAN Version March 22. 3. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To develop. In that case. Use the Project Quality Communications Plan Form and Point of Contact List contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. and disseminate project communications plan among project participants Scope: All active projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Project Manager References: Quality Manual Section 2. record. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 2. 4. 2011 Copyright ..7 Project Quality Communications Plan Quality Manual Section 12.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. the specified form replaces the standard form for that project. 5. 2. Page 21 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . The Responsible Person prepares a communications plan as required by the Quality Manual.6 Project Records Control. The Responsible Person records points of contact on the Points of Contact form.

and nominal day of week. nominal location: Weekly project communication meeting participants. frequency.. Quality Control Manager. date. and location: Daily construction quality report distribution. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Project Quality Communications Plan Version March 22. and due date: Nonconformance report distribution and customer approval authority: Location of project quality records storage and point of contact for records access: Page 22 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . 2011 Copyright . and Superintendent: Points of contact list distribution: Project preconstruction meeting participants. time. location: Feature of Work quality plan meeting participants. 2011 Project ID Project Name Preparer Date Distribution of project organization chart and assigned responsibility and authority of the Project Manager.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. and due date: Monthly project quality status report distribution and due date: Distribution of quality inspection and test records.

2011 Copyright . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Nominal frequency of project quality audits and the job position that will conduct the audits: Page 23 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] ..[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.

[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. 2011 Copyright . 2011  Company  Customer  Suppliers/Subcontractors Date Phone Contact Numbers Email Project ID Company Project Name Name and Position Preparer Contact Responsibilities Page 24 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Type of List: Point Of Contact List Version March 22..

6.8 Project Quality Training Plan Quality Manual Section 12. Project Manager. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To define quality-related training requirements for a project for company personnel and subcontractors on the quality system and technical requirements as well as customer training for operation and maintenance. In the preparatory planning for a Feature of Work the Responsible Person itemizes training topics on the Feature of Work Detail Training Plan and Log form.8 PROJECT QUALITY TRAINING PLAN Version March 22. Page 25 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . 2011 Copyright .. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract. 5. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12.6 Project Records Control. 4.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. The Responsible Person prepares a project quality training plan as required by the Quality Manual.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. Scope: All projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Person conducting training: Quality Control Manager. 3. 2. In that case. or Superintendent as appropriate References: Quality Manual Section 2. Use the Contract Quality Training Plan Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. The Responsible person maintains records of training on the Feature of Work Detail Training Plan and Log form. The Responsible Person records the training plan on a Project Quality Training Plan Form. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 2.

LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Project Quality Training Plan Version March 22. 2011 Project ID Project Name Preparer Job Position Superintend ent Subcontract ors Purchasing and Estimating Manager Customer x Date President Project Manager Training Subject Project Quality Plan Company Quality Policy x x x x x x x x Foremen x x x x x Quality System (Quality Manual Overview) Quality System Operating Policies and related Standard Operating Procedures Project Quality Standards and Specifications (itemize as necessary) Work Procedures (itemize as necessary) Customer Training on Operation and Maintenance x x x x x Page 26 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .. 2011 Copyright .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.

2011 Copyright . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Feature of Work Training Plan and Log Version March 22.. 2011 Project ID Project Name Preparer Date Participant Signature Training Subject Trainer Name Training Date(s) Job Position Participant Name Page 27 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.

6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12. 3. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract. Page 28 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . 2. Project Manager. 2011 Copyright . Scope: All projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Person conducting training: Quality Control Manager..6 Project Records Control.10 PROJECT RECORDS AND DOCUMENTATION PLAN Version March 22. or Superintendent as appropriate References: Quality Manual Section 2.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 2. The Responsible Person records the training plan on a Project Quality Training Plan Form. Use the form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To define quality-related records that will be maintained for a project. 4.10 Project Records and Documentation Plan Quality Manual Section 12. In that case. The Responsible Person prepares a project quality training plan as required by the Quality Manual.

2011 Project ID Project Name Preparer ] Date Project records are maintained by forms contained in Quality Standard Operating Procedures and customer supplied forms. Page 29 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . The Standard Operating Procedures are included as an attachment to this plan. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Project Quality Records Plan Version March 22. Quality Standard Operating Procedures that apply to the project and are part of the project quality control plan are listed below.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.. 2011 Copyright .

At the end of the project.6. For each project. In that case. 2011 Copyright . The submittal schedule also provides the means to control submittals that have deviated from the plan and document any unplanned submittals.1 Contract Submittal Schedule Quality Manual Section 12.6. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12. the Responsible Person completes the Project Submittal Schedule and Log Form (contained in this procedure) with information as required by the Quality Manual. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract. References: Quality Manual Section 3. The Responsible Person updates the Project Submittal Form as necessary with actual date of submittal and actual date of customer submittal approval date.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1.. 3. Scope: All projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): The Project Manager has overall responsibility The Project Superintendent can update the actual date of submittal and approval date in their area of responsibility. the submittal schedule is used to verify that all submittals have been completed. Page 30 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .6 Project Records Control 2.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To plan project submittals that are required during the project and to record when the submittals are completed and approved by the customer. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 3.1 CONTRACT SUBMITTAL SCHEDULE Version March 22. 4. Use the Project Submittal Schedule and Log Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form.

. 2011 Copyright .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. 2011 Preparer Date Type/Description of Submittal Version /Date Required Submittal Date Date Submit-ted to Customer Notes Required Customer Approval Date Customer Approval Date Page 31 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Project Submittals Schedule and Log Contract ID Contract Section Activity ID Contract Name Technical Specification Reference / Version Date Version March 22.

Use the Contract Submittal Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. 2011 Copyright .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 3.6. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12.6. Page 32 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract. In that case.6 Project Records Control 2. 3.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. 4. For each project. the Responsible Person completes the Project Submittals Form (contained in this procedure) with information as required by the Quality Manual. Scope: All projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): The Project Manager has overall responsibility The Quality Control Manager must approve all submittals References: Quality Manual Section 3.2 Customer Submittal Approval Contract Submittals Quality Manual Section 12.. The Responsible Person updates the Project Submittal Form as necessary with actual date of submittal and actual date of customer submittal approval date. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To provide a consistent method for presenting and recording key submittal information in a cover sheet for each submittal.2 CUSTOMER SUBMITTAL APPROVAL Version March 22.

. 2011 Copyright . 2011 Submittal ID# Project ID Project Name Date To: From: Location: Type of Submittal:      Shop drawing Product data Request for information Completed form or quality record Quality system document Description of submittal:  Other: List of attachments: Remarks: Submittal Prepared by: Submittal Approved by Quality Control Manager: Name: Name: Title: Title: Signature / Date: Signature / Date: Customer Disposition:  Approved  Conditionally approved. resubmission not required (see comments)  Disapproved. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Project Submittal Form Version March 22. resubmission required  Other: Comments: Customer Representative: Name: Title: Signature / Date: Page 33 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.

Page 34 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract.7 CHANGE ORDER Version March 22.6.1 Contract Submittal Schedule) The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12. The Responsible Person records the submitted change order on the Contract Submittals and Schedule Form (see SOP 3. In that case. The Responsible Person records the requested change on the Contract Change Order Form.6. 4. The Responsible Person identifies contract changes as required by the Quality Manual. 5. 2011 Copyright . Scope: All projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Project Manager has overall responsibility References: Quality Manual Section 3. Use the Contract Change Order Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form.6 Project Records Control 2.. 6. The Responsible Person records the approved change order on the Contract Change Order Form.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To clearly communicate proposed project change orders and record customer acceptance. 3.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.6.7 Change Order Quality Manual section 3 Contract Specifications Quality Manual Section 12. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 3.

. 2011 Change Order ID# Project ID Project Name Preparer and Date Contract change requested by: Requestor Name : ________________________       Client Architect/Engineer Construction Manager Code Enforcement Official Other: Date: _________________________________ Request Reference Document: _____________ Change order description: Reason(s)s for change order: Supporting documentation provided: Number of Days*: _____ Reason: Amount* $ ___________ Reason: Supporting documentation attached: Supporting documentation attached: Customer Approval: Approval: Name/Date ___________________________ Name/Date ___________________________ Page 35 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Change Order Form Version March 22. 2011 Copyright .

LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 4. A copy of the design process plan is submitted to the customer as required by Quality Manual Section 3 Contract Specifications.3 Project Design Quality Control Plan Quality Manual Section 12. 6. 2. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract. 2011 Copyright . 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To develop and communicate a project design plan among interested parties in design development. Use the Design Process Submittal Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form.3 Project Design Quality Control Plan.6 Project Records Control. The Responsible person records the relevant document and or record identifiers as indicated on the form. Page 36 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . The Responsible Person prepares the submittal package. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12.. When a design process plan submittal is not required “none required” is entered on the form and then this procedure is regarded as complete.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. 5.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. The Responsible Person completes required forms as required by the Quality Manual Section 4. Scope: All projects that require a Project Quality Control Plan submittal Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Quality Control Manager References: Quality Manual Section 4. 3. 7. In that case.3 PROJECT DESIGN QUALITY CONTROL PLAN Version March 22. Copies of the relevant documents and records are assembled into a submittal package with the form as the first page. 4.

2011 Copyright . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Project Design Process Plan Form Version March 22.. Design input verifier 8. 2011 Project ID Project Name Preparer Date Qualification and appointments 5. Designer(s) 7. and engineering calculations) Review acceptance criteria Review participants Design Process Plan and Schedule Feature of Work Output Scheduled date/milestone Page 37 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. Design Manager 6. Design output verifier Name: Name / Scope of Work: Name: Name: Design Reviews Review milestone/ description: Pre-design review: Intermediate review: Final design review: Required output for review: (including required drawings.

2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To assure that all interested parties have an opportunity to review designs and communicate their design recommendations Scope: For each scheduled design review Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Design Manager References: Quality Manual Section 4. 4. A record of review input from participants is prepared as required by the Quality Manual section 4. In that case.4 Design Reviews Quality Manual Section 12. A record of review meeting participants is prepared as required by the Quality Manual section 4.6 Project Records Control. 2.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 4. 3. The Responsible Person stores subcontracts and purchase orders in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12. 5.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.4 DESIGN REVIEWS Version March 22.4 Design Reviews.. Page 38 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . Use the Design Review Meeting Participant Form and Design Review Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract.4 Design Reviews. 2011 Copyright . For each review input. the Responsible Person records the input and the Responsible Person’s acceptance or rejection of the input on the Design Review Input Form.

2011 Project Name Participant Name Project ID Participant Signature Meeting Date Company Page 39 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Design Review Meeting Participant Form Version March 22. 2011 Copyright .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.

LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Design Review Form Version March 22.. 2011 Project ID Review milestone: Project Name Preparer Date Performing Department/Crew/Subcontractor: Reference design documents under review ID # Title or Description Version / Issue Date Review recommendations ID # Recommendation (reference supporting documents) Acceptance/ Rejection Signature / Date:  Approved  Disapproved Customer Acceptance/ Rejection Signature / Date:  Approved  Disapproved  Approval not required  Approved  Disapproved  Approval not required  Approved  Disapproved  Approval not required  Approved  Disapproved  Approval not required  Approved  Disapproved  Approval not required  Approved  Disapproved  Approval not required  Approved  Disapproved  Approved  Disapproved  Approved  Disapproved  Approved  Disapproved  Approved  Disapproved Page 40 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. 2011 Copyright .

Use the Regulatory Codes and Industry Standards Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To clearly define the regulatory codes and industry standards that applies to a specific project. 2011 Copyright . the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract.6 Project Records Control. Page 41 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . 3. 2. Scope: All projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Quality Control Manager References: Quality Manual Section 5..6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. In that case.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.2 Regulatory Codes and Industry Standards Quality Manual Section 12. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 5. The Responsible Person completes the Project Regulatory Codes and Standards Form (contained in this procedure) with information as required by the Quality Manual.2 REGULATORY CODES AND INDUSTRY STANDARDS Version March 22.

2011 Project ID Project Name Preparer Date Regulation Applicable Federal regulations Applicable State regulations Applicable building codes Local addenda to building codes Applicable Fire Code Applicable Fuel and Gas Code Applicable Mechanical Code Applicable Plumbing Code Other applicable codes or regulations Reference Code or Regulation Version Date or Number Notes Page 42 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .. 2011 Copyright .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Project Regulatory Building Codes Version March 22.

In that case. 2011 Copyright . The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12..6 Project Records Control 2. Scope: All measuring devices that requires calibration as specified by the Quality Manual Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Superintendent References: Quality Manual Section 5. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To clearly define measuring devices that require calibration and to keep calibration records.5 Measuring Device Control and Calibration Quality Manual Section 12. The Responsible Person completes the Measuring Devices Calibration Form (contained in this procedure) with information as required by the Quality Manual. 3.5 MEASURING DEVICE CONTROL AND CALIBRATION Version March 22. Use the Measuring Devices and Calibration Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 5.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. Page 43 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .

[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. 2011 Copyright . 2011 Preparer Measuring Device ID Calibrated By/ Calibration Date Date Calibration certificate # Type of measuring device Next Calibration Due Date Project Start Page 44 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Test Equipment Calibration Plan and Log Project ID Project Name Calibration Type and Frequency Version March 22.

The Responsible Person identifies subcontractor and suppliers that require qualification as required by the Quality Manual. When no qualifications are required “none required” is entered and then this procedure is regarded as complete. 2.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 6. SUBCONTRACTORS. When all qualification requirements are met. 3. The Responsible Person assesses the subcontractor or supplier and records the qualifications on the Subcontractor and Supplier Qualification Form. Page 45 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . subcontractors. 5.. the Project Manager signs the form. and Departments Quality Manual Section 12. 6. Records the subcontractor’s or supplier’s company name on a Subcontractor and Supplier Qualification Form. AND DEPARTMENTS Version March 22. 4. 2011 Copyright . Use the Subcontractor and Supplier Qualification Form and Source of Supply Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form.2 QUALIFICATION OF SUPPLIERS.2 Qualification of Suppliers. In that case. Subcontractors. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To assess and record the qualification of suppliers.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. and company departments to meet the quality requirements of the company and/or project and to keep a record of their licenses and certifications Scope: All projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Project Manager has overall responsibility Quality Control Manager References: Quality Manual Section 6.

All nonconformances must be corrected and verification recorded on the form before the company can commence work affected by the provisional requirements.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. The provisional subcontract lists requirements for actions that address correction of the nonconformances. Page 46 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . The Responsible Person lists critical materials required by specific construction task and suppliers qualified to provide the materials on the Source of Supply form. When the subcontractor qualification assessment identifies minor nonconformances to the subcontract requirements.. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12. the Project Manager may approve a provisional subcontract. 2011 Copyright . 9. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 7.6 Project Records Control 8.

[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. certification. Army Corps of Engineers Materials Testing Center (MTC)  American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) program Training required: Type and length of experience required: Personnel license.  NVLAP: A testing agency accredited according to NIST's National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program. and training required: License and expiration dates: Certifications and expiration dates: Training completed and expiration date: Certifications and expiration dates: List each person’s credentials on the Subcontractor and Supplier Certifications and Licenses form.. 2011 Copyright . 2011 Company Name: Scope of Work (specification sections): Project ID Project Name Approval  Yes  Conditional  No Approved By Review Topics Project-Related Job Credentials Licenses required: Certification required:  NRTL: A nationally recognized testing laboratory according to 29 CFR 1910. S.  The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO)  International Accreditation Services. (IAS)  U. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Laboratory Qualification Form Version March 22.7. Inc. Qualifications  Senior person designated as Quality Control Manager  Production capacity  Demonstrated skills and knowledge  Staffing availability  Demonstrated experience QUALIFICATION NOTES: Provisional Approval: Action plan for improvement Follow-up results and date Page 47 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .

certification.       Demonstrated results Effective self-inspection process Access to codes. 2011 Copyright .. 2011 Company Name: Scope of Work (specification sections): Project ID Project Name Approval  Yes  Conditional  No Approved By Subcontractor Quality System:  Works under Quality System  Approved to Work under subcontractor’s quality system Subcontractor or Supplier site quality inspection  Site quality inspection required before approval  Site quality inspection of product/material required before delivery License and expiration dates: Certifications and expiration dates: Training completed and expiration date: Certifications and expiration dates: List each person’s credentials on the Subcontractor and Supplier Certifications and Licenses form. and training required: Qualifications  Senior person designated as Quality Control Manager  Knowledge of Company quality standards  Demonstrated capability to complete work to Company quality standards  Demonstrated skills and knowledge  Demonstrated experience QUALIFICATION NOTES: Provisional Approval: Action plan for improvement Follow-up results and date Page 48 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . standards and product instructions Equipment availability Production capacity Staffing availability Review Topics Project-Related Job Credentials Licenses required: Certification required: Training required: Type and length of experience required: Personnel license. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Project Subcontractor or Supplier Qualification Form Version March 22.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.

2011 Copyright .. or Credential Page 49 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. 2011 Project ID Subcontractor/ Personnel Project Name Preparer Date Expiration Date Certification. License. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Subcontractor and Supplier Certifications and Licenses Version March 22.

LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Source of Supply Form Version March 22. 2011 Copyright .. 2011 Project ID Project Name Preparer Date Product / Model / Item ID FOW Item # Description Supplier Manufacturer Remarks Page 50 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.

Use the subcontract scope of work provisions contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied requirements.6 Project Records Control 2. The Responsible Person performs includes quality provisions in subcontracts and purchase orders as required by the Quality Manual. 3. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. In that case. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 6.. 2011 Copyright .4 Purchase Order Requirements Quality Manual Section 12.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. the specified requirements replace quality provisions for that contract. Page 51 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To standardize quality specifications included in subcontracts and purchase orders Scope: All active construction projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Project Manager has overall responsibility Quality Control Manager References: Quality Manual Section 6.4 PURCHASE ORDER REQUIREMENTS Version March 22.

state building codes. Subcontractor shall have timely access to all relevant governmental regulations while completing Work at the project site. Should a conflict between the Contract Documents and the relevant industry standards arise. If the Subcontractor fails to make such a request. state regulations. The Contract Documents are complementary. The Subcontractor shall complete the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. General Contractor reserves the right to take responsibility for the completion of any single item or task included in the Subcontractor’s Scope of Work and defined in the Contract Documents. The Work of this Contract is defined by the Contract Documents. Without limiting any other requirements of the Contract Documents. services and other items required to complete such Work. The intent of the Contract Documents is to include all items necessary for the proper execution and completion of the Work. equipment. and those things which Subcontractor through his business and professional experience has cause to know are reasonably inferable requirements for a complete and satisfactory job. and what is required by any one shall be as binding as if required by all. and requires the entire and complete performance of the Work described therein. Should conflicts occur in the Contract Documents. no excuse will thereafter be entertained for failure to carry out the Work in a satisfactory manner. Page 52 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . all Work shall be performed in full compliance with the contract requirements. Any deviations must be approved in writing by the General Contractor. and approved contract submittals.. construction details and specifications in architectural drawings approved by Government regulatory authorities. city. Without limiting any other requirements of the Contract Documents. Should a conflict between the Contract Documents and the governmental regulations arise. Any deviations must be approved in writing by the General Contractor and the relevant Government agency. materials. 2011 Copyright . then the plans and specifications shall supersede and take precedent over the Contract Documents. This project is to be constructed in accordance with governmental regulations including federal regulations. county. contract technical specifications. Subcontractor is to execute all Work per the plans and specifications. Should a conflict between the Contract Documents and the plans/specifications arise. all Work shall be performed in a professional and workmanlike manner in full compliance with the Quality System requirements. the Subcontractor shall request interpretation from General Contractor before proceeding with the Work. then the governmental regulations shall supersede and take precedent over the Contract Documents. then the industry standards shall supersede and take precedent over the Contract Documents. and township addenda to state building codes. including all labor. Work not specifically covered in the Contract Documents will nonetheless be required if it is consistent therewith and is reasonably inferable therefrom as being necessary to produce the intended results. contract drawings. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Subcontract Quality Scope of Work Provisions Form This Contract is an unclassified Contract. The project is to be constructed in accordance with relevant industry standards. state. Subcontractor shall have timely access to all relevant industry standards while completing Work at the project site.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.

Subcontractor shall conduct a job-ready quality inspection and verify that jobsite work conditions are safe and do not adversely affect quality results. then the product installation instructions shall supersede and take precedent over the Contract Documents. At the completion of each Feature of Work. At each stage of construction before conducting Work. If Subcontractor sub-contracts Work to independent General Contractors. If at any time proceeding with work is unsafe. that personnel are qualified to perform the work. Any deviations must be approved in writing by the General Contractor. 2011 Copyright . and the correct materials are available. the Subcontractor shall report such findings to the General Contractor. Subcontractor shall have timely access to all relevant product installation instructions while completing Work at the project site. and qualification of personnel. schedule. including conformance to Government regulations. or hides a defect. Materials or equipment that is unsafe. deteriorated. Such materials shall be marked for nonuse or otherwise held aside. Subcontractor shall submit manufacturer’s installation specifications to the General Contractor prior to commencement of work. defective. without the express consent and direction of General Contractor. When General Contractor-supplied materials are lost.. or otherwise found unsuitable for use. Failure to notify General Contractor of potential problems will result in assumed responsibility for final result. Work is complete only Page 53 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . contract specifications. Notice to Cures. purchase orders. Should a conflict between the Contract Documents and the product installation instructions arise. Subcontractor shall perform a quality inspection to verify conformance with the Contract Documents and as specified in the Scope of Work. adversely affects quality. Subcontractor shall not clean tools in any plumbing fixtures or landscaped areas of the project. General Contractor requires Subcontractors to maintain a working email address that will be utilized for transmittal and receipt of production scheduling.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. the independent General Contractor personnel shall meet all qualification requirements that apply to Subcontractor personnel. damaged. Subcontractor shall have the responsibility of notifying the General Contractor of any potential problems with any substrates prior to the installation of any items included in this Scope of Work. All Work is to be performed in accordance with product installation instructions. unapproved. notice of defaults and warranty requests. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Subcontractor must report to General Contractor when a specific Scope of Work is completed to approve completed work before leaving jobsite. Subcontractor shall appoint a Senior Manager responsible for acting as company liaison on matters relating to quality. or damaged shall not be used. on site. Subcontractor shall qualify capabilities of personnel before they are assigned to conduct Work or inspect Work. and quality reports. work shall stop in the affected area until the problem is corrected. Subcontractor shall carry out Work only with qualified employees and qualified independent contractors. Materials and equipment shall be inspected before use. Subcontractor shall not dispose of excess materials of any kind. Subcontractor shall pay for any re-inspection fees caused by failure of its work to comply with the code as interpreted by the inspecting authority. Exceptions must be approved by the General Contractor in writing. and safety and ensuring compliance with the Contract and quality requirements.

The Subcontractor shall assign a rating score indicating the magnitude of the job-ready problems encountered according to guidelines on the quality inspection form. The Subcontractor shall submit completed quality inspection form to the General Contractor at the Project site after conducting the quality inspection and before leaving the Project site and no later than the end of the next business day after the work crew completes Work. Subcontractor shall make copies as necessary to conduct inspections. even though they have been resolved before conducting Work. Rating scores are property of the General Contractor. Subcontractor must submit required quality inspection forms before approval of Subcontractor payment is made. purchase order number. Subcontractor shall conduct the quality inspection no later than the end of the next business day after the work crew completes Work. Page 54 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . The General Contractor reserves the right to assign rating scores indicating the General Contractor’s assessment of the magnitude of deviations and non-conformances from the Scope of Work requirements encountered. of the General Contractor. 2011 Copyright . The inspector shall complete the quality inspection form immediately after completing the quality inspection and before leaving the Project site. repeating the cycle as necessary until the problem is effectively prevented. Exceptions to the timing are made only by approval. and signature of the inspector indicating completion of Work. Subcontractor shall record Work history on the quality inspection form including the project. The Subcontractor shall follow-up on the effectiveness of the training to prevent the defect. person conducting the quality inspection.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. building unit. The Subcontractor shall record quality inspection results on a quality inspection form whose format is supplied by or otherwise approved by the General Contractor. Subcontractor shall record any job-ready problems that were encountered. Upon a determination by the General Contractor of a recurring defect or deviation from the Scope of Work. the Subcontractor shall conduct training of project crews and inspectors on the relevant construction standards and expectations. date Work has completed. Exceptions to the Contract Documents must be approved by the General Contractor in writing. verbal or otherwise. crew that conducted the Work.. then improve and reapply the training. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan after the Subcontractor has corrected all defects and deviations from the Scope of Work.

2011 Copyright . The Responsible Person conducts project planning meetings as required by the Quality Manual.. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract.2 Preconstruction and Quality Control Coordination Meeting Quality Manual Section 12. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12. 4. 3. In that case. Page 55 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 7.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. The Responsible Person records the project plan on a Preconstruction Meeting Form.6 Project Records Control 2.2 PRECONSTRUCTION AND QUALITY CONTROL COORDINATION MEETING Version March 22. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To communicate project requirements and expectations among project stakeholders and to record the content and results of project planning meetings Scope: All active projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Superintendent References: Quality Manual Section 7. Use the Project Quality Planning Meetings Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form.

and contact information Location of project documents and records      Meeting completed per Quality System Requirements.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. and heightened awareness of health and safety risks Quality policies and heightened awareness of critical quality requirements Job responsibilities. emergency response plans. 2011 Project Name Participant Name Project ID Participant Signature Meeting Date Company Agenda items as appropriate:    Key requirements of the project The project process plan Required quality inspections and tests (section 3. 2011 Copyright . Signature and Date of Project Manager: _______________________________________________ Page 56 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . methods of communication..3) and the project quality inspection and test plan when required The project submittal schedule Safety policies. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Preconstruction Meeting Form Version March 22.

A Feature of Work quality plan is prepared as required by the Quality Manual section 7.3.6 Project Records Control 4. Use the Feature of Work Project Quality Control Plan Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. 2. the Responsible Person records quality inspection results on the Feature of Work Project Quality Control Plan form.1 Quality Manual Section 12. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12.3. For each Feature of Work. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 7. Page 57 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To clearly define Feature of Work quality requirements so that they may be communicated effectively to interested parties Scope: A Feature of Work plan is prepared for each scheduled Feature of Work Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Superintendent References: Quality Manual Section 7.3. In that case. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract. 2011 Copyright .1 3.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1.1 FEATURE OF WORK REQUIREMENTS REVIEW Version March 22.

[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. product installation instructions) ID # Title or Description Version / Issue Date Required Inspections. quality standards. process controls. 2011 Copyright . work instructions. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Feature of Work Project Quality Control Plan Version March 22.. 2011 Project ID Feature of Work: Project Name Preparer Date Performing Department/Crew/Subcontractor: Licensing / certification / qualification requirements of personnel or performing organization: Feature of Work acceptance criteria: Reference documents (contract specifications. contract drawings. submittals. and Tests ID # Inspection Protocol / Test Points Acceptance Criteria Required records of Feature of Work process and completion Page 58 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .

The Responsible Person records heightened awareness quality checkpoints on the Feature of Work Inspection Form. Use the form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. 5. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 7. Scope: All active projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Superintendent References: Quality Manual Section 7. 4. The Responsible Person records the project plan on a Feature of Work Quality Planning Meeting Form. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract.6 Project Records Control 2. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12..[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. Page 59 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To clearly communicate Feature of Work quality requirements to interested parties and to record the scope and decisions made at the meeting.2 PREPARATORY SITE INSPECTION Version March 22.3.3.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. 2011 Copyright . In that case. 3.2 Preparatory Site Inspection Quality Manual Section 12. The Responsible Person conducts project planning meetings as required by the Quality Manual.

IF NOT. INDEX # REVIEW SUBMITTALS AND/OR SUBMITTAL REGISTER. HAVE ALL SUBMITTALS BEEN APPROVED? IF NO. WHAT ITEMS ARE MISSING? YES NO CHECK APPROVED SUBMITTALS AGAINST DELIVERED MATERIAL. (THIS SHOULD BE DONE AS MATERIAL ARRIVES.) COMMENTS: MATERIAL STORAGE ARE MATERIALS STORED PROPERLY? IF NO. WHAT ITEMS HAVE NOT BEEN SUBMITTED? YES NO SUBMITTALS ARE ALL MATERIALS ON HAND? IF NO.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.. ENSURE PRELIMINARY WORK IS CORRECT AND PERMITS ARE ON FILE. SPECIFICATIONS PRELIMIN ARY WORK & PERMITS DISCUSS PROCEDURE FOR ACCOMPLISHING THE WORK. WHAT ACTION IS TAKEN? Page 60 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . CLARIFY ANY DIFFERENCES. 2011 Copyright . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan PREPARATORY PHASE CHECKLIST CONTRACT NO SPEC SECTION DATE (CONTINUED ON SECOND PAGE) DEFINABLE FEATURE OF WORK SCHEDULE ACT NO. WHAT ACTION IS TAKEN? YES NO REVIEW EACH PARAGRAPH OF SPECIFICATIONS.

WHEN REQUIRED? TESTING WHERE REQUIRED? REVIEW TESTING PLAN. 2011 Copyright .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan PREPARATORY PHASE CHECKLIST CONTRACT NO (CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE) DEFINABLE FEATURE OF WORK SPEC SECTION DATE SCHEDULE ACT NO. FREQUENCY. OTHER ITEMS OR REMARKS: QC MANAGER DATE Page 61 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . NAVY/ROICC COMMENTS DURING MEETING.. AND BY WHOM. INDEX # IDENTIFY TEST TO BE PERFORMED. HAS TEST FACILITIES BEEN APPROVED? ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS APPROVED? YES NO SAFETY MEETING COMMENTS OTHER ITEMS OR REMARKS REVIEW APPLICABLE PORTION OF EM 385-1-1.

2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To clearly communicate Feature of Work quality requirements to interested parties and to record the scope and decisions made at the meeting. 3.3.3 FEATURE OF WORK PREPARATORY QUALITY PLANNING MEETING Version March 22. The Responsible Person records the project plan on a Feature of Work Quality Planning Meeting Form. Page 62 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . In that case.3.3) The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12. Scope: All active projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Superintendent References: Quality Manual Section 7. 5.3 Quality Manual Section 12.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. 4. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. The Responsible Person conducts project planning meetings as required by the Quality Manual. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 7..6 Project Records Control 2. The Responsible Person records heightened awareness quality checkpoints on the Feature of Work Inspection Form (see SOP 3. 2011 Copyright . Use the Feature of Work Project Quality Control Plan Meeting Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form.

[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Feature of Work Project Quality Control Planning Meeting Form Version March 22. 2011 Copyright . Heightened awareness of critical quality requirements Quality risks Safety requirements. Signature and Date of Superintendent: _______________________________________________ Page 63 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . Health and safety risks Testing and quality control requirements Job organization Meeting completed per Quality System Requirements. 2011 Project Name Participant Name Project ID Participant Signature Meeting Date Company          Agenda items as appropriate: Review methods and sequences of installation Special details and conditions Standards of workmanship.

2.6 Daily Quality Control Report Quality Manual Section 12.6 Project Records Control. In that case. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12. 2011 Copyright . the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 7.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. Use the Daily Construction Report Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. Scope: All active projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Superintendent References: Quality Manual Section 7. Page 64 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To record and store a summary of daily construction activities and events.6 DAILY QUALITY CONTROL REPORT Version March 22. 4. The Responsible Person records the report on the Daily Construction Report Form.. The Responsible Person reports on daily construction as required by the Quality Manual. 3.

Schedule Activity No. DATE AUTHORIZED QC MANAGER AT SITE GOVERNMENT QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT QUALITY ASSURANCE REPRESENTATIVE'S REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS TO THE REPORT Schedule Description Activity No. Description REMARKS (Also Explain Any Follow-Up Phase Checklist Item From Above That Was Answered "NO"). FILL OUT AND ATTACH SUPPLEMENTAL INITIAL PHASE CHECKLIST. Definable Feature of Work DATE REPORT NO Index # IF YES. Description REWORK ITEMS CORRECTED TODAY (FROM REWORK ITEMS LIST) Schedule Activity No.. Definable Feature of Work. etc. Specification Section.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. Rep On-Site. Schedule Activity No. Schedule Activity No. Definable Feature of Work Index # WORK COMPLIES WITH SAFETY REQUIREMENTS? Schedule Activity No. DATE GOVERNMENT QUALITY ASSURANCE MANAGER DATE Page 65 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . FILL OUT AND ATTACH SUPPLEMENTAL PREPARATORY PHASE CHECKLIST. Description On behalf of the contractor. I certify that this report is complete and correct and equipment and material used and work performed during this reporting period is in compliance with the contract drawings and specifications to the best of my knowledge except as noted in this report. Description of Work. Testing Performed & By Whom. Location and List of Personnel Present YES NO REWORK ITEMS IDENTIFIED TODAY (NOT CORRECTED BY CLOSE OF BUSINESS) Schedule Activity No. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan CONTRACTOR QUALITY CONTROL REPORT (ATTACH ADDITIONAL SHEETS IF NECESSARY) PHASE CONTRACT NO CONTRACT TITLE IF YES. Manuf. 2011 Copyright .

Manuf. REMARKS (Also Explain Any Checklist Item From Above That Was Answered "NO"). Description Page 66 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . Rep.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. Schedule Activity No. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan CONTRACTOR QUALITY CONTROL REPORT (CONTINUATION SHEET) (ATTACH ADDITIONAL SHEETS IF NECESSARY) PHASE CONTRACT NO CONTRACT TITLE DATE REPORT NO. 2011 Copyright . etc. On-Site..

) WAS HAZARDOUS MATERIAL/WASTE RELEASED INTO THE ENVIRONMENT? (If YES attach description of incident and proposed action. Schedule Activity No. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan CONTRACTOR PRODUCTION REPORT CONTRACT NO CONTRACTOR AM WEATHER PM WEATHER (ATTACH ADDITIONAL SHEETS IF NECESSARY) TITLE AND LOCATION Superintendent DATE REPORT NO MAX TEMP (F) MIN TEMP (F) WORK PERFORMED TODAY Schedule Activity No. REMARKS CONTRACTOR/Superintendent DATE Page 67 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . WORK LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION EMPLOYER NUMBER TRADE HRS JOB SAFETY WAS A JOB SAFETY MEETING HELD THIS DATE? (If YES attach copy of the meeting minutes) WERE THERE ANY LOST TIME ACCIDENTS THIS DATE? (If YES attach copy of completed OSHA report) YES YES YES YES NO NO NO NO TOTAL WORK HOURS ON JOB SITE. 2011 Copyright . Owner Description of Construction Equipment Used Today (incl Make and Model) Hours Used Schedule Activity No.. INCL CON'T SHEETS CUMULATIVE TOTAL OF WORK HOURS FROM PREVIOUS REPORT WAS CRANE/MANLIFT/TRENCHING/SCAFFOLD/HV ELEC/HIGH WORK/ HAZMAT WORK DONE? (If YES attach statement or checklist showing inspection performed. THIS DATE. Submittal # Description of Equipment/Material Received CONSTRUCTION AND PLANT EQUIPMENT ON JOB SITE TODAY. INDICATE HOURS USED AND SCHEDULE ACTIVITY NUMBER. EQUIPMENT/MATERIAL RECEIVED TODAY TO BE INCORPORATED IN JOB (INDICATE SCHEDULE ACTIVITY NUMBER) Schedule Activity No.) Schedule Activity No.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. LIST SAFETY ACTIONS TAKEN TODAY/SAFETY INSPECTIONS CONDUCTED TOTAL WORK HOURS FROM START OF CONSTRUCTION SAFETY REQUIREMENTS HAVE BEEN MET.

2011 Project ID Project Name Preparer*/Date * On behalf of the contractor. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Daily Quality Control Report Version March 22. problems. 2011 Copyright . actions taken. and Visitors Meetings held and decisions made General Remarks and improvement ideas Weather conditions Temperature: Low: _____ F High:______F Precipitation:  No  Yes.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. Company Crews. I certify that this report is complete and correct and equipment and material used and work performed during this reporting period is in compliance with the contract drawings and specifications to the best of my knowledge except as noted in this report. and delays On Site Subcontractors. FOW/ Section# Initial Job-ready Inspections Description Follow-up Work in Process Inspections Feature of Work Completion Inspections Tests Conducted Nonconformance Reports Problems encountered. type and amount: ______________ Page 68 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] ..

6 Project Records Control. In that case. The Responsible Person reports on monthly project status as required by the Quality Manual.. Use the Monthly Quality Control Report Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To communicate the monthly project status to the customer Scope: All active projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Superintendent References: Quality Manual Section 7. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12. 4. 2011 Copyright . 3. Page 69 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract.7 MONTHLY QUALITY CONTROL REPORT Version March 22.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 7.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. 2.7 Monthly Quality Control Report Quality Manual Section 12. The Responsible Person records the report on the Monthly Project Construction Report Form or equivalent.

[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. 2011 Project ID Project Name Preparer Reporting Period Summary of work completed and work in progress Outstanding issues Issues resolved during the reporting period Outstanding potential change orders Project status Cost analysis Project pictures Page 70 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Monthly Quality Control Report Version March 22.. 2011 Copyright .

the Responsible Person records quality inspection results on the Feature of Work Inspection form (see procedure 8.6. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract.1).6 INSPECTION AND TEST RECORDS Version March 22. 2011 Copyright . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 8..6 Project Records Control 6. In that case. 3. Inspections and tests are performed Feature of Work quality inspections as required by the Quality Manual and the Project Quality Inspection and Test Plan. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To record and store the results of quality inspections and tests Scope: Project quality inspection and tests except Feature of Work quality control quality inspections performed by the Superintendent Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Superintendent References: Quality Manual Section 8. 7. 5.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. For quality inspections and tests: The test is performed as required by the Quality System requirements and the Project Quality Inspection and Test Plan Results of the quality inspections and tests are recorded on the Inspection and Test Report form.6 Inspection and Test Records Quality Manual Section 12. 4. Page 71 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . Use the Inspection and Test Records Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12. For Feature of Work quality inspections.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. 2.

LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Inspection and Test Report Version March 22. 2011 Inspection Report ID # Project ID Project Name Preparer Signature Date Construction Activity: Item inspected and/or tested: Ref# Specification reference documents (titles or description with version/date) Inspection/Test Record (additional items on next page) Inspection/ Test/ ID # Inspection/Test Points/Location Acceptance Criteria / Ref# Test Result. 2011 Copyright ..[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. Nonconformance Non-conformance Disposition rework/reject/Nonconformance Report Corrections Made / Final Acceptance Initial Date Acceptance of completed construction activity (sign and date) Inspector/Tester Subcontractor/Supplier Superintendent Page 72 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .

6 Project Records Control 2. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract. For Feature of Work quality inspections.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1.1 INSPECTION RECORDS Version March 22. 3..6. Page 73 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .6. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To prepare a Feature of Work quality inspection form for an planned Feature of Work when an adequate quality inspection form is not available and to provide a document for recording the results of Feature of Work quality inspections Scope: Project Feature of Work quality inspections Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Quality Control Manager References: Quality Manual Section 8. Use the Feature of Work Inspection Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. In that case. the Responsible Person records items for heightened awareness on the Feature of Work Inspection form as required by the Quality Manual. 2011 Copyright . The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 8.1 Quality Manual Section 12.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.

COORDINATE PLANS. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan INITIAL PHASE CHECKLIST CONTRACT NO DEFINABLE FEATURE OF WORK GOVERNMENT REP NOTIFIED _____ HOURS IN ADVANCE: SPEC SECTION SCHEDULE ACT NO. SPECIFICATIONS. WHERE IS WORK LOCATED? IS SAMPLE PANEL REQUIRED? WILL THE INIITAL WORK BE CONSIDERED AS A SAMPLE? YES YES NO NO (IF YES..[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. 2011 Copyright . MAINTAIN IN PRESENT CONDITION AS LONG AS POSSIBLE AND DESCRIBE LOCATION OF SAMPLE) RESOLVE ANY DIFFERENCES. AND SUBMITTALS. DATE INDEX # YES POSITION NO COMPANY/GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL PRESENT PROCEDURE COMPLIANCE PRELIMI NARY WORK WORKMANSHIP NAME IDENTIFIY FULL COMPLIANCE WITH PROCEDURES IDENTIFIED AT PREPARATORY. WHAT ACTION IS TAKEN? ESTABLISH LEVEL OF WORKMANSHIP. RESOLUTION CHECK SAFETY OTHER COMMENTS: REVIEW JOB CONDITIONS USING EM 385-1-1 AND JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS COMMENTS: OTHER ITEMS OR REMARKS QC MANAGER DATE Page 74 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . IF NOT. COMMENTS: ENSURE PRELIMINARY WORK IS COMPLETE AND CORRECT.

LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Feature of Work Inspection Form Version March 22. Page 75 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . 2011 _______________________________________________ Feature of Work (Section#) Project: Id# Project Name: Location/Area: Subcontractor Company ID#: Name: Crew ID/Name Reference Specifications: Reference drawings: Compliance Verification  Compliance with initial job-ready requirements  Compliance with material inspection and tests  Compliance with work in process first article inspection requirements  Compliance with work in process inspection requirements  Compliance with Feature of Work completion inspection requirements  Compliance with inspection and test plan Heightened Awareness Checkpoints      Production Notes: Reported Nonconformances: Verification of Feature of Work Completion (sign and date) Subcontractor Feature of Work verified complete to specifications (sign and date) Sign and date*: Project Superintendent Feature of Work verified complete to specifications (sign and date) Project Superintendent score subcontractor/crew performance and feedback notes Sign and date*: Quality: On-Time: Safety: 54321 54321 54321 Quality Control Manager Feature of Work verified complete to specifications (sign and date) Quality Control Manager score quality performance and feedback notes Sign and date*: Quality: 54321 * On behalf of the contractor. I certify that this report is complete and correct and equipment and material used and work performed during this reporting period is in compliance with the contract drawings and specifications to the best of my knowledge except as noted in this report. 2011 Copyright .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22..

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QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 8.7 PROJECT COMPLETION AND CLOSEOUT INSPECTION
Version
March 22, 2011

Approved by:
Quality Control Manager

Purpose:
To clearly document a nonconformance found by test or Feature of Work completion quality inspection, monitor the disposition status, and to record its disposition.

Scope:
All projects work in process quality inspections and project completions quality inspections.

Definitions:
None:

Responsible Person(s):
Superintendent reports nonconformance on a Nonconformance Report Form Quality Control Manager assigns disposition of the nonconformance Superintendent stores the completed forms

References:
Quality Manual Section 8.4.3.5 Punch Items Quality Manual Section 8.7 Project Completion and Closeout Inspection Quality Manual Section 12.6 Project Records Control

Procedure:
1. Use the Punch List form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. In that case, the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract. The Responsible Person records punch items as required by the Quality Manual on the Nonconformance Report Form. The Responsible Person records the disposition on the Nonconformance Report Log. When the corrective actions have been completed, the Responsible Person records the action on the form. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12.6 Project Records Control

2.

3. 4.

5.

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Punch List
Version March 22, 2011

Project ID Inspection Date

Project Name Preparer

Punch List Type
 FOW ________________________________  Project Final Punch  Pre-Final Customer Inspection  Final Acceptance Inspection

Item
18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34.

Location

Description

Due Date

Compl. Date

Item Completion Verification Super QA Initial Initial

Punch List Completion Date

Final QA Sign-off

Remaining Nonconformances Reported ID # and Description

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Project Completion Inspection Form
Version March 22, 2011
Project: Id# Project Name: Location/Area:

Reference Specifications:

Compliance Verification
 Compliance with material inspection and tests  Compliance with inspection requirements  Compliance with inspection and test plan

Heightened Awareness Checkpoints
    

Notes:

Reported Nonconformances:

Verification of Project Completion (sign and date) Project Superintendent
verified complete to specifications (sign and date)

Sign and date*:

Quality Control Manager
verified complete to specifications (sign and date)

Sign and date*:

* On behalf of the contractor, I certify that this report is complete and correct and equipment and material used and work performed during this reporting period is in compliance with the contract drawings and specifications to the best of my knowledge except as noted in this report.

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QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 9.2.3.1RECORDING OF NONCONFORMANCES
Version
March 22, 2011

Approved by:
Quality Control Manager

Purpose:
To clearly document a nonconformance found by test or Feature of Work completion quality inspection, monitor the disposition status, and to record its disposition.

Scope:
All projects tests and Feature of Work completion quality inspections

Definitions:
None:

Responsible Person(s):
Superintendent reports nonconformance on a Nonconformance Report Form Quality Control Manager assigns disposition of the nonconformance Superintendent stores the completed forms

References:
Quality Manual Section 9.2.3.1Recording of Nonconformances Quality Manual Section 12.6 Project Records Control

Procedure:
1. Use the Nonconformance Report Form and Nonconformance Report Control Log contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. In that case, the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract. The Responsible Person records nonconformances as required by the Quality Manual on the Nonconformance Report Form and records the nonconformance report on the Nonconformance Report Log. The Responsible Person records disposition of nonconformances as required by the Quality Manual on the Nonconformance Report Form. The Responsible Person records the disposition on the Nonconformance Report Log. When the corrective actions and/or preventive actions have been completed, the Responsible Person records the action on the Nonconformance Report Form, updates the status on the Nonconformance Report Log. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12.6 Project Records Control

2.

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4. 5.

6.

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[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. and marking  Replace  Repair  Rework  Use As-is Disposition Approval of disposition required by customer representative? Yes  No  Customer approval signature /date: ___________________________________ Corrective Actions  Corrective actions completed Name/Date:_________________________ Customer acceptance of corrective actions required? Yes  No  Name/Date:_________________________ Preventive Actions  Preventive actions completed Name/Date:_________________________ Page 80 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . 2011 Nonconformance Report Control ID Project ID Project Name Quality Control Manager Signature / Disposition Date Preparer Signature/ Submit Date Description of the requirement or specification Description of the nonconformance.. location. 2011 Copyright . affected area. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Nonconformance Report Version March 22.

2011 Copyright . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Nonconformance Report Control Log Version March 22.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.. 2011 Project ID Nonconformance Report ID # Project Name Description of Nonconformance Report Date Preparer Disposition Decision Date Date Corrective Action Completion Initial Date Page 81 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .

3 Train Preventive Actions for Improvement Quality Manual Section 12. and to record training events and participation Scope: All quality-related training activities Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Person conducting training: Quality Control Manager.. 2. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 10. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12.3 TRAIN PREVENTIVE ACTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT Version March 22. The Responsible Person records the project plan on a Training Record Form.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. Page 82 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To prevent nonconformances by training personnel on quality expectations. 3.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. or Superintendent as appropriate References: Quality Manual Section 10. Training is performed as required by the Quality Manual. 2011 Copyright . Project Manager.6 Project Records Control.

[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. 2011 Copyright . 2011 Training Topic Participant Name Duration (minutes) Participant Signature Location / Project Date Signature and Date of Trainer: _______________________________________________ Page 83 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Training Record Version March 22.

. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 11.2 PROJECT QUALITY SYSTEM AUDIT Version March 22. Page 84 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . In that case. The Responsible Person records results on the Project Quality System Audits Form. 4.2 Project Quality System Audit Quality Manual Section 12. and to record and store the results of Project Quality System Audits and corrective actions taken Scope: All active construction projects Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Project Manager has overall responsibility Quality Control Manager References: Quality Manual Section 11. 2. The Responsible Person performs Project Quality System Audits as required by the Quality Manual. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12. the specified form replaces the standard form for that contract.6 Project Records Control. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To monitor the effective operation of the quality system on a project. 3.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1. Use the Project Quality System Audit Form contained in this procedure unless the customer contract or Project Quality Control Plan specifies the use of a modified or customer supplied form. 2011 Copyright .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.

2011 Copyright .[ProjectNumber] Version March 22.. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Project Quality System Audit Form Version March 22. 2011 Project ID Project Name Preparer Date Review Topics: (Place check mark next to each item audited)             Project Quality Control Plan Submittal Contract Specifications Design Control Project-Specific Quality Standards Project Purchasing Construction Process Controls Inspections and Tests Nonconformances and Corrective Actions Preventive Actions Quality System Audits Record and Document Control NONCONFORMANCE NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS ACTION PLAN FOR IMPROVEMENT FOLLOW-UP RESULTS AND DATE Page 85 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .

2. The Responsible Person performs annual Quality System reviews as required by the Quality Manual.3 Company-wide Quality System Audit Quality Manual Section 12. Scope: Company-wide Definitions: None: Responsible Person(s): Quality Control Manager References: Quality Manual Section 11. and to record and store the results of Quality System audits and corrective actions taken. The Responsible Person initials each paragraph of the quality manual The Responsible Person records the annual Quality System review on the Quality System Review form.3 COMPANY-WIDE QUALITY SYSTEM AUDIT Version March 22. 4. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To monitor the effective company-wide quality system operation for the purpose of improvement. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 11.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. 2011 Copyright . Page 86 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] .6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1..6 Project Records Control. The Responsible Person stores the completed form in the construction project office as required by Quality Manual Section 12. 3.

2011 Project ID Project Name Preparer Date Review Topics: (Place check mark next to each item reviewed)            Project Quality Control Plan Contract Specifications Design Control Project-Specific Quality Standards Project Purchasing Construction Process Controls Inspections and Tests Nonconformances and Corrective Actions Preventive Actions Quality System Audits Company Name] Quality System Standard Operating Procedures The auditor provides additional audit topic detail by initialing each paragraph of the attached quality manual that was reviewed.. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Quality System Audit Form Version March 22.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS ACTION PLAN FOR IMPROVEMENT FOLLOW-UP RESULTS AND DATE Page 87 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . 2011 Copyright .

2011 Copyright . The Responsible Person records the title of the document.8 Document Control of System Documents Quality Manual Section 12. and date. and the method of document control: either ‘hard copy’ or ‘computer file’. 2. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 12. A record is maintained on the Project Document Control Form contained in this procedure. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To ensure the proper control of documents related to the quality system. Access to change or delete the files is restricted to the Responsible Person by password. When controlled documents are revised. job position. The Responsible Person removes obsolete versions of controlled documents from the directory folder. the Responsible Person records the title of the document. the version.8 DOCUMENT CONTROL OF SYSTEM DOCUMENTS Version March 22.  Page 88 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . current versions or controlled documents.. References: Quality Manual Section 12.6 Project Records Control Procedure: 1.7 of the Quality Manual. The status of any controlled document can be verified by the Responsible Person. Each subsequent document version cancels the previous versions of the document. 3. For distribution of controlled documents stored on computer media:  The Responsible Person designates one or more directory folders where all files in the folder are designated as either approved documents. name. The Responsible Person reviews and approves all controlled documents prior to release and is responsible for future control of the document. approval date. Types of controlled documents and the responsible job position are identified in section 5. Scope: All documents essential to the effective functioning of the Quality System Definitions: None Responsible Person: The Quality Control Manager and the Project Manager are responsible for ensuring safe storage and maintenance of quality documents in their areas of responsibility.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. 4. The Responsible Person ensures that current issues of all documents are readily available at locations where activities essential to the effective functioning of the quality system are performed.

and the document’s location. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan 5. The superseded document is removed from areas where quality inspection. in a suitable environment to prevent damage. 7. Quality Records are readily retrievable for review upon request. For the distribution of hard copies of controlled documents:   Only the Quality Control Manager is authorized to copy controlled documents. Quality documents are stored for a period of seven years to demonstrate conformance to specified requirements and the effective operation of the quality system. Quality documents are stored in their original condition. deterioration and loss. Retrieval of backups can recover all controlled documents in effect as of any selected day. or construction work is in progress. 6. test. The superseded document is replaced with a currently approved version of the document  10. 8. Uncontrolled copies are marked “Uncontrolled Copy” When a controlled document is superseded:  The first page of superseded documents is destroyed or marked “VOID”. Page 89 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . Computerized records of controlled documents are backed up daily.. When the Quality Control Manager distributes copies of controlled documents. 11. the following record is made of the document: the version date.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. Controlled documents stored on computer media are marked “Uncontrolled Copy When Printed” as the Responsible Person deems practical. No quality system document is destroyed without written approval of the Quality Control Manager. Access to Quality system documents is not limited but is subject to normal building security. 9. 2011 Copyright . to which person it was distributed.

2011 Copyright . 2011 Project ID Project Name Responsible Person Document Title Version Identifier Approved by Approval Date Document Distribution (Name / Organization) Method of Control (hard copy or computer file) Document Return Date Page 90 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan Project Document Control Form Version March 22.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22..

and loss. ability to enter information is password controlled and the computerized records are backed up on a regular basis. References: Quality Manual Section 12. quality records are collected and filed.[ProjectNumber] Version March 22. Any qualified person in the location identified on section 5.6 of the Quality Manual. as identified in section 5. When quality records are kept on a computer storage device.9 DOCUMENT CONTROL OF PROJECT DOCUMENTS Version March 22. Quality Records are stored for a period of seven years to demonstrate conformance to specified requirements and the effective operation of the quality system. Page 91 Quality System Standard Operating Procedures [ProjectName] . 3. shall be kept by the Project Manager of each project. 4. 2011 Approved by: Quality Control Manager Purpose: To ensure the proper maintenance and storage of all quality records Scope: All quality records that apply to the Quality System Definitions: Quality Record: A document is objective evidence of quality status. Quality records. deterioration. 2011 Copyright . Quality Records are stored in their original condition.6 of the Quality Manual.9 Document Control of Project Documents Procedure: 1. Quality Records are readily retrievable for review upon request. Once completed by the person responsible for completing them. No quality record is destroyed without written approval of the Quality Control Manager. activities performed or results achieved. Access to Quality Records is not limited but is subject to normal building security.. Quality records are kept primarily as hard copy. Responsible Person: The Quality Control Manager and the Project Manger are responsible for ensuring safe storage and maintenance of quality records in their areas of responsibility. 2.6 of the Project Quality Control Plan may file the records. observations. in a suitable environment to prevent damage. Types of controlled records and the responsible person are identified in section 5. LLC Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan QUALITY SYSTEM SOP 12.

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