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Quality assurance in high rise building construction

Quality assurance in high rise building construction

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Hi, I am currently involving in construction of 50 storied building.

Would you please to share some guidelines/specifications/documents regarding "quality assurance in high rise building construction"? I need to prepare a quality assurance plan for project that include what quality matters should be address during construction phase, coordination among architect/structural engineer/contractor/sub contractors, quality assurance check lists, quality control check lists etc.

RE: Quality assurance in high rise building construction

In the US, quality assurance is handled by performing "Special Inspections". Try a google search and you will see a whole list of items to be checked for all major construction materials. (Even if you are not in the US, it would still be a good place to start). Beyond that, I am not aware of any additional quality assurance issues that are specific to high rise construction.

RE: Quality assurance in high rise building construction

arawinda - sorry to be the bearer of bad news but people are unlikely to share sensitive documents like you have described. You will get much more feedback if you develop your own specification and post it here and im sure some experienced engineers will be happy to provide advice...

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