Quality Control

Bongshai Engineering

This Quality Plan presents the systems and procedures that BONGSHAI E&C has established for its own organization, in order to institute such Quality management system  is necessary to ensure that its products and services conform to the client’s requirements and comply with the project  specification or/and as define local or International code and standards.

Quality management system is ensuring availability of resource needed in term of number, education and competence. On-the -job training has to be provided to all personnel in any new or modified job affecting works quality including sub-contractor or agency personnel we set high standards. We apply advanced technology and we continually innovate and improve.

Quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC)

  • Design verification
  • Schedule, Quantity, and Cost Monitoring
  • Construction Site Safety
  • Permit Application Assistance
  • Review the consistency of the quality plan and execution drawings as submitted by the contractor(s) and approved by the Project Owner
  • Propose any needed amendments to meet the specified quality requirements.
  • Perform planned inspections
  • Check compliance of site works with execution drawings, project specifications, and approved materials

Structural works:

  • Foundations
  • Framework intended to support permanent, climatic, live loads and seismic loads and convey them to the foundations
  • Main walls, roofs, windows, and doors providing
  • Fixed partitions and connections

Fire & Electrical Installation:

  • Electrical installations
  • Fire safety system installations
  • Heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning installations
  • Plumbing systems
  • Mechanical installations
  • Welding Inspections

Finishing Works:

  • Floor coverings
  • Insulation and waterproofing
  • Fixed and suspended ceilings
  • Carpentry works
  • Aluminum and stainless steel works
  • Wall finishes
  • Protective coatings, painting, and preservatives
  • Handrails and balustrades
  • Through examination of testing and/or inspection reports, verify the quality of building materials, prefabricated components, and their origin according to the given specifications
  • Identify non-conformance or non-completed items and notify the contractors/suppliers concerned for corrective and preventive actions
  • Check that the above-mentioned actions are effectively implemented
  • Participate in the work acceptance at the different construction phases and assist the Project Owner in the final acceptance

The client, governing bodies, as well as environmental and policy guidelines, determine quality. All of these methods and requirements for quality assurance are outlined in the quality management plan for BONGSHAI Engineering & Construction. We promise our customers the finest service possible.

There are two aspects of quality in construction: quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC). Quality assurance sets the quality management expectations and how quality will be achieved. Quality control is the plan to achieve it. We have organized this in a graphical way for every project.

Construction quality control is important because it improves client satisfaction. A happy client will work with you again, and even give recommendations to others. More practically, doing quality work means less rework.

When working on construction quality control our control team & worker make to bring clarity to the work. These five base construction control steps will be easy to understand the workflow-

  1. Define What Done Means: This includes completing the project with no defects, satisfying code requirements, and conforming to the client’s specifications. BONGSHAI quality management system is easy to follow & understand by every member of the crew.
  2. Have an Inspection Plan: After every complete process a third-party inspector will investigate the work. The inspection process allows us to determine which process is done & when, and who will be for doing that. The inspection helps the construction to check in every sector brick by brick.
  3. Create Quality Control Checklist: Prepare a quality control checklist to make the process of inspection thorough and less likely to overlook items. Be specific. A checklist ensures quality control is met and also communicates to the crew what’s essential in their tasks.
  4. Correct Work: When a task doesn’t meet the standards of the quality management inspection, the work needs to be corrected. Our team marks the work that needs fixing (photograph it, if necessary), corrects the problem, and documents the correction to verify that it now meets your quality standards.
  5. Review and Revise: When you discover a deficiency and fix it, the work isn’t over yet. Review why it happened and discuss with our crew how to avoid repeating the problem. Whatever the conclusion, it should be shared with the whole construction crew to make sure the issue doesn’t show up elsewhere. If applicable, add the newfound details to your inspection checklist.