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Project Management Solutions

Quality Assurance and Control

The quality of your projects engineering not only determines the comfort of your occupants and the cost of your project, it also has a huge impact on the sustainability of your assets. SESCs’ QA/QC teams will provide you comprehensive/hands-on quality assurance services to make sure your engineering services are designed, installed, and handed over in exceptional condition.


Uncompromising Quality and Undisputable Results

SESC offer a comprehensive Construction Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) Program that focuses on testing and inspection services for large-scale construction projects.  We oversee contractors, owner’s interests, and ensure all regulatory and safety requirements are met during construction.

SESC has supported our clients from all perspectives on large and small design-build projects. We have worked as owner QA representatives, contractor QC inspectors, and consultant engineer quality assurance managers where we have served as an integral part of project QA/QC teams delivering a quality product by working in partnership with owners, design engineers, and contractors.

Our Comprehensive And Precise Inspection Services:

  • Constructability Reviews

  • On-site Quality Assurance and Control

  • Construction Defects

  • Daily Site Inspection

  • Project Documentation

  • Material Testing

  • Project Meetings

  • Submittal Review

  • Cost Estimation

  • Final and Substantial Completion Inspection


"Excellence, Engineered"

Project Controls That Provide Accountable, Traceable, Accurate, and Coherent Results

As part of our quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) design-build services, SESC can develop a project specific QA/QC plan for inclusion in the design-build submission package and fully implement this QA/QC plan at project execution.  Elements of the typical design-build QA/QC plan will include:

  • Roles and responsibilities of project stakeholders

  • Lines of communication and limits of authority

  • Preparatory, intermediate, and follow-up inspection guidelines

  • Frequency of testing requirements

  • Project materials pre-approval and tracking procedures

  • Deficiency and non-compliance reporting


Upon project notice-to-proceed (NTP), SESC professionals will schedule and conduct activity preparatory meetings. During these meetings we will discuss activity schedules and procedures, specifications, materials testing requirements, safety concerns, public relations, and the establishment of activity witness and hold points.  Once an activity begins, Quinn QA/QC inspectors will clearly document the contractor’s work on standard forms, complete activity specific checklists, inspect and test materials, and work closely with contractor personnel to identify and resolve any noted deficiencies at the lowest possible level.  For those deficiencies that rise to the level of non-conformance per the approved contract documents, SESC’s QA/QC managers will issue the appropriate non-conformance reports and track each issue to successful resolution.

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