Construction Quality Control and Site Inspection

9th - 10th January 2019 Mumbai- 11th - 12th January 2019 New Delhi

Course Description

Introduction:
It is well known in the construction industry that the three control parameters for construction projects are: quality, time, and cost.
Concrete and steel are the main materials utilized in the construction industry. This workshop is aimed at providing delegates a
good understanding regarding Construction Quality Control, and Site Inspection of concrete and steel structures generally
coming in industries like: Real Estate, Industrial, Oil & Gas, Power, Cements, Steel, Heavy Engg, EPC, Mines, Infra etc. Main
role of inspection is observation of quality of materials and quality of workmanship. Inspectors must know the contract
documents - mainly, the drawings and specifications. Quality management ensures that an organization, product or service is
consistent. It has four main components: quality planning, quality assurance, quality control and quality improvement.
Your expert instructor will explain in detail how to approach Construction Quality Control, and Site Inspection systematically, in
accordance with prescribed, recommended, and tested procedures.
Participants will receive a comprehensive set of practical tips/ notes as guide and study materials that explains the subject
concepts covering following major topics:
Quality Assurance (QA) Quality Control (QC) Inspection Characteristics
At this workshop, delegates will learn how and what are required for Construction Quality Control, and Site Inspection for
building components to extend the useful life of the facility, reducing the number of breakdowns and costly repairs, and
minimizing system and equipment downtime. Quality is often sacrificed to save time and cut costs. However, quality work saves
both time and money by doing work correctly the first time and eliminating rework. In far less than one percent of annual working
hours, the delegates will have an opportunity to learn useful ideas for considerable savings in their quality control and site
inspection budget for the facility/ premise they build upon. The civil structures involved in petrochemical or oil and gas industry
installations have been grouped into the following sections as per Oil Industry Directorate of India:
 Tank pad foundations and dyke walls
 Equipment foundations
 Buildings and structures
 Pipe racks and tracks
 Marine structures
 Concrete/Steel - general inspection
 
Objectives & Benefits:
After participating in the workshop, the delegate will be able to understand and act to see that:
Costs are reduced because there is less wastage and re-working of faulty products.
As the product is checked at every stage especially in the areas of scrap, rework, field service, and warranty cost reduction are possible.
It can help improve worker motivation as workers have more ownership and recognition for their work, Encourages quality consciousness, resulting low maintenance and repair cost.
Most effective utilization of resources and less impact on environment.
Satisfaction of consumers, Reduction in production cost, Reduction in inspection costs, Increased goodwill, Higher morale of employees, Improved employer-employee relations.
Quality is critical to satisfying your customers and retaining their loyalty so they continue to buy from you in the future, High repeat orders.
 
Who Should Attend:
• Project Managers and Supervision Engineers
• Civil Engineers
• Consulting Engineers • Quality Control Engineers from Oil & Gas, Heavy Engg, EPC, Infra, Power, Real Estate etc 
• Building Operators
• Inspection Engineers 
• Maintenance Engineers • Construction Engineers 
• Material Engineers 
• Specification Writers 
• Builders, Contractors, Developers
 
For Delegate Registrations:
Contact: info@marcepinc.com    www.marcepinc.com   Tel: +91-22-62210100   Cell: +91-9619046105

Training Agenda

Training Agenda for Construction Quality Control and Site Inspection

Day-One
Session One
9:00 am – 01:00 pm
Construction Quality Assurance Plan (CQAP)
 The need for QA/QC, ISO 9001/TS29001 and API Q1 for Quality Management System
 Main Sectors of EPC Industry with ISO 14001(Infra, Real Estate, Power, Railway, Petroleum. Oil & Gas)
 Construction checklist as per OSHA standards following HSE norms
 List of most frequently cited OSHA construction standards
 Contract Agreement, Specifications, Bill of Quantities (BOQ), Construction Drawings
Session Two
2:00 pm – 05:30 pm
Construction Quality Control (CQC)
 Quality Control Inspection Team
 Content of the CQC plan
 QC Field Testing
 Field Administration and Safety
 Mandatory Laboratory and Field Tests for CQC
 Non conformance and correction
 Documentation and Acceptance
 
Day-Two
Inspection Characteristics
Session Three
9:00 am – 01:00 pm
Site Inspection
 Site work
 Concrete and Reinforcements
 Masonry
 Metals /Steelwork
 Wood and Plastic
 Thermal and Moisture Protection
 Doors and Windows
 Finishes
Session Four
02:00 pm – 05:30 pm
Site Inspection
 Specialties
 Equipments
 Furnishings
 Special construction
 Tankage and foundation
 Conveying system
 Fire Protection
 Mechanical
 Electrical
 Hazardous materials
 
For Delegate Registrations:
Contact: info@marcepinc.com    www.marcepinc.com   Tel: +91-22-62210100   Cell: +91-9619046105

Course Director

He has over 36 years of experience in the design, inspection and quality control of structures applied to Public, Commercial, Industrial and Infrastructural developments. Now an independent consultant he is known for mentoring young brains and practicing engineers for over 20 years. He has just superannuated as Technical Director, Ports and Marine, AECOM India. Previously he held senior technical positions at Interarch Infrastructure, Era Buildsys Ltd, Everest Industries Ltd, Eigen Technical services, Haskoning India, Voestalpine India etc. He holds a B.E. in Civil Engineering from the IIEST, University of Calcutta, India, and B Sc (Hons) in Physics from University of Calcutta, India
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