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On-site quality assurance

Oswald’s On-Site Quality Assurance Program sets the guidelines for all project quality control procedures followed in the field. Oswald’s program is facilitated from design through closeout. Standards and expectations are set, and work is inspected weekly. Our goal is to eliminate the punch list that consistently affects closeout and client move-in.

Quality is further achieved by developing thorough bid packages and scopes of work for each trade contractor. Before Oswald awards a trade contract, the trade contractor must demonstrate how they will ensure that a consistent level of workmanship is achieved throughout the project.

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Review of construction documents

thorough bid packages and scopes of work

bid work to prequalified trade contractors

Punch list language added to contract

establish requirements and schedule for testing and special inspections

Establish standards and set expectations with trade contractors

Establish Owner contract closeout procedure

emphasize Lean construction principles

prepare shop drawings and procurement control schedule

establish last planner meeting and schedule

ongoing weekly punch list

prepare mockup panels and samples for review

schedule and coordinate all testing and special inspections

protect finished work

enforce a clean jobsite

conduct daily quality inspections and distribute through ProCore

monitor installations for compliance with shop drawings

weekly meetings until punch list is complete

conduct prepunch prior to substantial completion

final punch list completion