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10.1 OVERVIEW
A construction process plan defines how project work is to be done and approved for
the over-all project. The construction process plan is communicated to all key
personnel, subcontractors and suppliers in a preconstruction meeting. As the project
proceeds, task work plans provide additional details of how each individual task is
carried out. Task planning meetings are used to communicate expectations of the
task plan to key personnel responsible for carrying out the task.
10.2 PRECONSTRUCTION !EETIN"
Prior to the commencement of work, the Project anager holds a meeting to discuss
and coordinate how project work will be performed and controlled. !ey personnel
from "#$"%, $ubcontractors, and suppliers meet to review project topics including&
!ey re'uirements of the project
The Project (uality Plan
Project Personnel and (ualifications
)e'uired inspections and tests
The project submittal schedule
(ualities, policies and heightened awareness of critical 'uality re'uirements
Project organi*ation chart and job responsibilities
ethods of communication and contact information
+ocation of project documents and records
,ork steps for maintaining preconstruction meeting records are specified in
$tandard %perating Procedure -../ Preconstruction eeting
10.# T$S% PREP$R$TOR& 'U$LIT& PL$NNIN"
10.#.1 Tas( Re)*ire+ents Revie,
0n preparation for the start of an upcoming construction task, the $uperintendent
reviews an integrated and coordinated set of documents that collectively define
'uality re'uirements for the task including&
%bjectives and acceptance criteria of the task
(uality standards that apply to the task
,ork instructions, process steps, and product installation instructions that
apply to the task
$hop drawings
$ubmittals
Tools and e'uipment necessary to perform the work
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+icense, certification, or other 'ualification re'uirements of personnel
assigned to work for the task
)e'uired records of the process and resulting product
The subcontractor, for specialty works or works not speciali*ed by "#$"%,
contracted to perform the work, if applicable
"ustomer contract re'uirements
)e'uired inspections and tests
ethod for clearly marking non-conformances to prevent inadvertent use
+ocation of 'uality system records and documents
The (uality anager evaluates the 'uality re'uirements of each task and
determines if relevant task-specific documents consolidated into a task plan package
is re'uired to assure 'uality results. ,hen re'uired, the $uperintendent documents
the task 'uality plan.
,ork steps for the (uality anager to record re'uired task 'uality plans and
preparation of the task 'uality plan are specified in $tandard %perating Procedure
-..1.- Task )e'uirements )eview.
10.#.2 Tas( Pre-aratory Site Ins-e.tion
The $uperintendent also performs an inspection of the work area and assesses the
following&
"ompletion of re'uired prior to work
2erify field measurements
Availability and receiving inspection status of re'uired materials
3on-conformances to the re'uirements for the task to begin
Potential problems
10.#.# Pre-aratory Tas( P/anning !eetings
Prior to the start of a construction task, the $uperintendent conducts a meeting with
key company, subcontractor personnel responsible for carrying out, supervising, or
inspecting the work, and interested customer representatives.
4uring the meeting, the $uperintendent communicates the task 'uality re'uirements
and reinforces heightened awareness for critical re'uirements. Topics for a task
'uality plan meeting include&
Task 'uality re'uirements as identified in section -..1.- 5Task )e'uirements
)eview6
7indings of the task preparatory inspection in section -..1./ 5Task Preparatory
$ite 0nspection6
"onflicts that need resolution
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)e'uired 'uality documents and a verification of availability to personnel
carrying out, supervising, or inspecting the task
)ecord keeping re'uirements and the availability of necessary forms
)eview methods and se'uences of installation
$pecial details and conditions
$tandards of workmanship
8eightened awareness of critical 'uality re'uirements
(uality risks
Task inspection form
,ork steps for the $uperintendent to maintain task preparatory 'uality plan meeting
records are specified in $tandard %perating Procedure -..1.1 5Preparatory Task
Planning eeting6
10.0 WEE%L& PL$NNIN" $ND COORDIN$TION !EETIN"
The $uperintendent conducts a meeting with key company, supplier, and
subcontractor personnel responsible for carrying out, supervising, or inspecting the
work, and interested customer representative.
The meeting is held on a nominal weekly schedule. 4uring the meeting, the
$uperintendent facilitates coordination among the participants, communication
among the participants, and reinforces heightened awareness for critical
re'uirements.
The $uperintendent maintains a record of the meeting event on the 4aily (uality
"ontrol )eport 5see section -..9 4aily (uality "ontrol )eport6.
10.1 PROCESS CONTROL ST$ND$RDS
10.1.1 2o3Rea4y Start Wor( Stan4ar4s
,ork at each phase of construction starts only when conditions do not adversely
impact 'uality, comply with government regulations, contract technical specifications,
industry standards, or product installation instructions.
The (uality anager identifies supplemental start-work re'uirements that apply to a
specific project when they are necessary to assure 'uality results.
10.1.2 Wor( In Pro.ess Stan4ar4s
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,ork is conducted only when conditions do not adversely impact 'uality, comply with
government regulations, contract technical specifications, industry standards, or
product installation instructions.
The (uality anager identifies supplemental work in process re'uirements that
apply to a specific project when they are necessary to assure 'uality results.
10.1.# Prote.tion o5 Co+-/ete4 Wor( Stan4ar4s
"ompleted work is protected from damaged as specified by government regulations,
contract technical specifications, industry standards, or product installation
instructions.
The (uality anager identifies supplemental protection re'uirements that apply to a
specific project when they are necessary to assure 'uality results.
10.1.0 Contro//e4 Use o5 !ateria/s
The Project anager ensures that contracts and purchase orders are awarded only
to subcontractors and suppliers 'ualified to perform the construction task and:or
supply materials as re'uired for the specific project.
%nly approved materials are used in the construction process. %nly approved
materials are specified in purchase and:or subcontracts.
aterials that are defective, deteriorated, damaged or not approved are not used.
The $uperintendent clearly marks such materials for non-use or otherwise holds
them aside.
,hen customer-supplied materials are lost, damaged, or otherwise found unsuitable
for use, the $uperintendent reports such findings to the customer.
,hen subcontractor-supplied materials are damaged or otherwise found unsuitable,
the $uperintendent reports such findings to the subcontractor.
The Project anager ensures that contracts and purchase orders are awarded only
to subcontractor and suppliers 'ualified to perform the construction task and:or
supplied materials as re'uired for the specific project.
The $uperintendent ensures that construction uses only materials specified in the
contract technical specifications, contract drawings, and approved submittals.
$ubstitutions are made only by agreement of the customer and documented by a
change order 5see $ection /.-.1.96.

10.1.0.1 Contro//e4 Pro4*.t Use an4 Insta//ation
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"#$"% construction activities conform to manufacturer;s
product use and installation instruction that apply to the construction
process.
,hen installing a product, the $uperintendent has access to all
applicable product installation instructions.

10.6 D$IL& 'U$LIT& CONTROL REPORT
,hen a daily 'uality control report is re'uired by the <.= Project )ecords and
4ocumentation Plan, the $uperintendent records a summary of daily construction
activities. The report will include&
$chedule activities completed
>eneral description of construction activities in progress
Problems encountered, actions taken, problems, and delays
eetings held, participants, and decisions made
$ubcontractor and "ompany "rews on site
2isitors and purpose
>eneral )emarks
0mprovement ideas
,eather conditions
,ork steps for maintaining daily 'uality control report records are specified in
$tandard %perating Procedure -..9 4aily (uality "ontrol )eport
10.7 !ONTHL& 'U$LIT& CONTROL REPORT
,hen a monthly 'uality control report is re'uired by the <.= Project )ecords and
4ocumentation Plan, the $uperintendent records a monthly status report. The report
includes&
A summary of work completed and work in progress
%utstanding issue
0ssues resolved during the reporting period
%utstanding potential change orders
Project status with current project costs and estimated completion date
A cost analysis summari*ing actual cost to date and estimated future costs
Project pictures as appropriate
,ork steps for maintaining monthly 'uality control report records are specified in
$tandard %perating Procedure -..? onthly (uality "ontrol )eport
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SI"N$TURE D$TE
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