Most projects require a Design Quality Control Plan (DQCP) to identify the procedures comprising the design phase and describes the systems for control of the design output. It describes the methods for monitoring and verification, and provides samples of the documentation to be used for these processes.
When you provide advanced planning and set quality standards early on, you will reduce the risk of making costly mistakes once construction begins. Focusing on quality control can also improve the safety of a project
USACE Design Quality Control (DQC) Plan will meet USACE-NAVFAC-Quality Control Requirements UFGS 01 45 00.00 20 for Awarded Contracts, MATOC/IDIQ Contracts, and RFPs.
USACE Design Quality Control Plans
Features and Benefits include:
Three Phases of Control Policies and Procedures
Including Project Definable Features of Work (DFOW)
Fully-written - No writing required
Based on your contract and company needs
Personalized with your name, logo & project info.
Compliance with USACE construction QA/QC requirements
Expert advice and support
Includes Industry Best Practices
100% Submittal Acceptance
Upon receipt of your signed proposal, we will send you an Information Form that details the information we will need in order to prepare your DQP with accuracy.
Upon receipt of your signed proposal, we will send you a Information Form that details the information we will need in order to prepare your DQP with accuracy.
We strive for one thing - Quality that meets the customer requirements.
We have prepared 100's of Design Quality Control Plans over the past 10 years for many diverse construction projects. Our experience on the job sites helps to know exactly what the customer is looking for in a DQP.
Our DQP cost is based on the job itself. So, if you feel you need help, give Hank Hedges a call at 202-557-6869 or use the contact form below with your questions or send us an email at email@example.com. We'd be glad to help.
If you need help or have questions about your Design Quality Control Plan, contact us via the contact form below, or give us a call at 202-557-6869.