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UMTS_RNS_I_01_20090530 RNC Equipment Survey Process and Environmental Acceptance

ZTE University

Content Overview
Project Survey Process Project Environment Survey Guide RNC Project Survey Guide Quality Control of Project Survey

Overview

Project survey is the initial stage of the whole project. Well begun is half done. It has direct influence on every link of the project afterwards. Introduction

Purpose: To provide normalized instructions on the process, item and method of the project survey; to offer a uniform survey standard to ensure good preparation; and to make sure the project survey plays its due role Contents: Process, steps, methods, and filling in forms

Overview

Project survey: Ensures accurate production scheduling and timely delivery according to contract. Is the original basis for data configuration and debugging of production lines. Is the basis of project design. Is the original material for the completion report. Is part of normalized project management. Conducting no project survey, or wrong project survey, will result in: Delay in scheduling and production, and error in data configuration. Delay in delivery, with excesses, shortages and omissions. Project suspension and material supply delay, so that the installation personnel can do nothing but wait, and there is no installation solution confirmed by both parties, possibly causing changes of customer requirements, reworking, and refusal of acceptance. Lack of original materials in the completion report. Lack of links in normalized project management.

Content Overview
Project Survey Process Project Environment Survey Guide RNC Project Survey Guide Quality Control of Project Survey

Project Survey Flowchart


Start

Preparing for project survey

Making project survey plan

Project Survey Plan

Project Survey Guide

Conducting field project survey and first environmental acceptance

Producing survey documents

Contract Problem Feedback Project Survey Report Environmental Acceptance Report

No

Guide for Project Survey Report Review

Reviewing the survey

Review Form of Project Survey Report

Qualified?

Handling documents

End

Yes

Description of Project Survey Process

Preparing for Project Survey


Purpose: To ensure smooth project survey Person in Charge: Project survey engineer Responsibilities:

1. Accepting tasks, receiving materials, and understanding requirements 2. Taking charge of consultation, understanding, and communication 3. Keeping in touch with the customer to know on-site situations and identify conditions
Actions to take under poor survey conditions Actions to take under good survey conditions

4. Drafting a Project Survey Plan 5Making survey tools and meters ready 6. Carrying survey documents

Project Survey Process

Making Project Survey Plan


Purpose: To conduct planned project survey Person in Charge: Project survey engineer Output document: Project Survey Plan Responsibilities:

Holding a project survey briefing Making a Project Survey Plan Being ready for carrying out the project survey

Project Survey Process

Conducting Field Project Survey and First Environmental Acceptance

Purpose: To ensure that the field survey meet specifications Person in Charge: Project survey engineer Input Document: Project Survey Guide Responsibilities:

Conducting field survey, with the customer involved, to record on-site information and data Conducting first check of equipment operating environment Defining installation environment requirements Knowing preparations of both parties for the project

Project Survey Process

Producing Survey Documents

Purpose: To ensure production debugging and accurate delivery, and to guide project construction and commissioning, serving as the basis of producing project design documents Person in Charge: Project survey engineer Output document: Project Survey Report (Scheduling & Delivery Data), Project Survey Report (Project Design Information), Project Survey Report (Commissioning Data), Environmental Acceptance Report, and Contract Problem Feedback Responsibilities:

Collating and filling in survey data according to the requirements specified in Project Survey Guide; signing in the Project Survey Report and in the First Environmental Acceptance column of the Project Survey Report after both the customer and ZTE reach an agreement on the results of the survey and environment acceptance Communicating and negotiating with the customer, asking them for advice to reach an agreement, and listing important things into the project survey memorandum Providing the customer with a copy of the documents Filling in the Contract Problem Feedback to help the business manager and the customer solve problems upon discussion if the result of the survey does not conform to the contract Submitting the Project Survey Report

Project Survey Process

Reviewing the Survey Purpose: To ensure the integrity, compliance, and correctness of the project survey data Person in Charge: Project survey assessment engineer Input Document: Guide for Project Survey Report Review Output document: Review Form of Project Survey Report Responsibilities:

Assessing the integrity, compliance, and correctness of the Project Survey Report Filling in the Review Form of Project Survey Report Revising the survey documents in any unqualified Project Survey Report, and repeating field survey if necessary until it meets the requirements Submitting the qualified Project Survey Report to project survey engineer for filing Submitting the Review Form of Project Survey Report to project survey engineer for filing

Project Survey Process



Handling Documents Purpose: To file the survey results and provide them to the departments that need them Person in Charge: Project survey engineer/document controller Responsibilities: SendingProject Survey Tasks,Project Survey Plan,Project Survey Report (Scheduling & Delivery Data), Project Survey Report (Project Design Information), Project Survey Report (Commissioning Data), Environmental Acceptance Report, Survey Problem Feedback,and Review Form of Project Survey Report to document controller for filing Submitting Project Survey Report (Scheduling & Delivery Data) to the involved Planning Department of the Product Division Submitting Project Survey Report (Project Design Information) to project design manager Submitting Project Survey Report (Commissioning Data) to commissioning engineer Submitting Environmental Acceptance Report to project supervisor for a second environmental acceptance

Table of Contents
Overview Project Survey Process Project Environment Survey Guide RNC Project Survey Guide Quality Control of Project Survey

Requirements for Equipment Room Environment

Basic Environment of Equipment Room


High temperature, heavy dust, harmful gases, explosives, low air pressure, strong vibration or noise, and high-voltage electrical equipment The equipment room must be built at the location that meet the engineering design requirements of the communication equipment. A long-term view should be taken before construction. Do not relocate the equipment room unless necessary. Durability should be considered to avoid frequent renovations. The equipment room must be fireproof and shockproof. Construction, structure, heating, ventilation, power supply, lighting and fire protection are required. MPT specifications must be followed. The equipment room should be designed for the convenience of the cabling and daily maintenance of the signal cable and power cable, to reduce cabling cost and communcation failure and improve working efficiency.

General Information of Equipment Room

Location of equipment room Type of equipment room Route for equipment to enter the equipment room Equipment unloading area

Working Environment Survey

Temperature, Humidity and Daylighting of Equipment Room Short-term working condition (temperature): 0C~+45C. A temperature between +15~+35 is always recommended. Short-term working condition (humidity): 20%~90%. A humidity between 40~65 is always recommended. Direct sunlight should be avoided. The average intensity of illumination should be 300lx~450lx, without glare. Generally, the equipment room is lighted by fluorescence lamps embedded in the ceiling. For an equipment room where a power failure frequently occurs, an emergency light should be installed at a proper location. Survey Description: Know the local climate conditions; install air conditioning; note such information in the project interface; and pay attention to the equipment type. Space of Equipment Room The space requirement of the equipment must be met. The net height should be no less than 3 m for upward cabling, or 2.7 m for downward cabling.

Project Environment Survey

Equipment Room Floor and Fire Protection


The bearing capacity of the equipment room floor should be higher than Attention! 450kg/m2. The bearing capacity of the floor outside the equipment room should be no lower than 300kg/m2. The equipment room must be equipped with appropriate fire fighting devices, such as several dry powder fire extinguishers.

Antistatic raised floorboards or antistatic terrazzo should be laid in the equipment room. Conductive floorboards should be used instead if raised floorboards are unavailable. Static grounding must be performed for conductive or raised floorboards, which should be connected to a grounding device through a current-limiting resistor and a connecting wire.The resistance of the current-limiting resistor should be 1M. Survey Description: If antistatic floorboards are used in the equipment room, the floor height should be checked. Doors/Windows/Walls of Equipment Room

The door should be over 2.2 m high and over 1.2 m wide, and should be a sealed single leaf door. The walls and the ceiling should be free from pulverization, dust and peeling. Decorative materials applied on the walls should be fire-retardant.

Survey Description: There should be some space on the walls because wall-mounting DDFs or ODFs are requied sometimes.

Project Environment Survey

Cabling Routes and Reserved Holes The amount, location and size of hidden pipes, troughs and holes reserved in the equipment room should fit various cables and follow the engineering design. The hole size should be 400 mm 400 mm. Damp-proof measures should be taken for all troughs, with edges and corners well trimmed. Lighting and power cables should be laid in a hidden way. Construction Power Supply Requirements All equipment rooms should be equipped with 220V/2000W power supply for construction. Multifunctional sockets with both two-pin and three-pin jacks should be provided. Survey Description: An AC power supply is required during construction. Check the voltage and frequency of the power supply, and note the socket type (in the form of picture).

Project Environment Survey

Equipment Room Air Conditioning


An air conditioning system should be installed in the equipment room. The heat radiation in the equipment room and the refrigerating output of the air conditioning can be calculated as follows:

1. Heat radiation of the equipment: Q1=0.82VA (kcal/h)


Where: Q1 is the head radiation of the equipment. V is the DC power supply voltage (V). A is the average power consumption current (A). The value 0.82 is the product of 0.86 (the scaling factor for converting every watt of electrical energy into heat energy) and 0.95 (the scaling factor for converting electrical energy to heat energy in the equipment room). Q2: The refrigerating output of the switching room S: The area of the switching room (M2) 150: The parameter for converting room area to refrigerating output (Kcal/hM2

2. The refrigerating output of the equipment room: Q2=S150 (kcal/h)


3. The refrigerating output of the air conditioning (actual capacity): Q=Q1+Q2

Survey Description: Different models of equipment has different requirements on ambient temperature and humidity. For detailed information, refer to the corresponding equipment technical manuals. Generally, it is required to install an air conditioning system in the equipment room. If an air conditioning system exists, the power of the air conditioning and the heat radiation of the existing equipment should be noted during survey. If the existing air conditioning system cannot meet the requirements of the new equipment, additional air conditioners are required. The air conditioners should run automatically once powered.

Table of Contents
Overview Project Survey Process Project Environment Survey Guide RNC Project Survey Guide Quality Control of Project Survey

RNC Project Survey Guide

Survey of Equipment Installation Information

Cabinet parameters, placement, base, floor, and equipment room area

Survey of RNC Auxiliary Facilities


Cabling rack, grounding system, DC power cabinet, AC power supply, DDF/ODF, and transmission equipment.

Survey of RNC Cables and Materials

Grounding cable, power cable (DC, AC), and transmission cable

Instructions for Survey Methods and Filling in Survey Forms

Three forms and one report

Equipment Installation Information

Cabinet Parameters

Dimensions of ZXWR RNC Equipment Cabinet: 2000 mm600 mm800 mm (HWD).

0.8m

Equipment Placement Survey Description: Enough space in all directions should be considered in cabinet positioning for the convenience of operation and maintenance. If the equipment room is small and no large room is available, the space required for cabinet installation may be reduced accordingly, provided that the opening/closing of the cabinet door must not be blocked. Each aisle should provide a width that allows one person to walk through (at least 60 cm). Enough space should be kept at the commissioning side to avoid affecting equipment maintenance.

1.5m 1.2m

Equipment Installation Information

Area of Equipment Room

Enough space should be reserved for the main equipment, auxiliary equipment, and capacity exapnsion.

Antistatic Floor and Cabinet Base

The height of the antistatic floor should be measured accurately. Height-adjustable base Fixed-height base

RNC Auxiliary Facilities

Cabling Rack

The equipment room should be equipped with upward cabling racks (troughs) Upward cabling: the cabling racks should be about 2.4 m high. Downward cabling: the cabling racks installed under the antistatic floor should be 300 mm~600 mm wide. The capacity planned for terminal offices should be considered. The length of the required cabling racks should be measured. Installation modes (ceiling-mounted, bracket-mounted) The length and Specifications of the grounding cable of the cabling racks Joint grounding is used, with the lightning-protection grounding resistance of the equipment room no higher than 1. The grounding lead-in points of the working ground, protective ground, and lightning-protection ground should be set up separately, and should be over 15 m away from each other. The grounding resistance of the working ground and protective ground should be no higher than 1. Grounding bars should be provided for the working ground and protective ground in the equipment room to ensure single-point grounding.

Equipment Room Grounding System


RNC Auxiliary Facilities

DC Power Cabinet The power consumption of each ZXWR RNC rack in full configuration is less than 3100 W. If the DC power supply equipment is provided by ZTE, ZTE should check it during survey. The template of the power supply survey report is provided by the Mobile Business Department. The survey should focus on the placement of the power supply equipment and the batteries, and the specification and length of the AC power cable from the AC power supply system to the DC power supply system. ZXDU300 DC power supply cabinet is used in general equipment rooms. AC 3-phase 380V input and singlephase 200V input are optional. The AC power cable is 16 mm2 four-core copper cable. The cabinet model should be specified by support engineer from the power supply product line of the Mobile Business Department. ZXWR RNC requires a DC voltage range of -57V~ -40V.

RNC Auxiliary Facilities

AC Power Supply System


Single-phase 220V or 3-phase 380V AC power supply should be used. Preferably, two separate mains should be used to ensure reliable power supply. Generators should be provided in the places where a power failure often occurs. Power cables should be kept intact, and any joint is unacceptable. Refer to the related post and telecom specifications for engineering if a protective tube is required. An appropriate surplus length should be reserved for the power cables between the AC power distribution box and the equipment. Special attention should be paid to the voltage, frequency, and capacity of the AC power supply during the survey to see if they can meet the requirements specified by ZTE. If the customer asks ZTE to provide the AC power distribution box or the AC air switch, such a requirement should be noted in the survey report, with specifications and models specified. AC power supply requirements: 380V10%, 220V10%, and 50Hz10Hz

RNC Auxiliary Facilities

Digital Distribution Frame (DDF) and Optical Distribution Frame (ODF) If the DDF is provided by ZTE according to the project interface, ZTE should survey the DDF. Placement DDF specifications - ZTE specially provides a reference list for model selection. Generally, rack-type or cabinet-type is selected. The length of the grounding cable of the DDF 75 ohms or 120 ohms. If the ODF is provided by ZTE according to the project interface, ZTE should survey the ODF. Placement ODF specifications - ZTE specially provides a reference list for model selection. Generally, rack-type or cabinet-type is selected. The length of the grounding cable of the ODF Type of the Optical connector (optical ring flange)

RNC Auxiliary Facilities

Transmission Equipment

ZXWR RNC supports multiple transmission modes: Direct optical fiber connection Direct 2M cable connection SDH transmission-based connection ZXWR RNC provides two transmission interfaces: STM-1 and E1. ZXWR RNC supports 75-ohm and 120-ohm interfaces.

Survey of RNC Cables and Materials


Make sure the installation positions and cabling routes of the related equipment. General principles for cabling routes: It should facilitate the wiring of signal cables and power cables and routine maintenance. It should make the lines as short as possible to avoid detours. It should help reduce wiring costs and communication failures. All cables must be kept intact, and any joint or transition point is unacceptable. A 10% surplus length should be reserved for all cables.

Attention!

Survey of RNC Cables and Materials

Grounding Cables

Position of the grounding bar: Generally, the grounding bar is installed on the lower part of the wall in the equipment room. The protective grounding cable of the ZXWR RNC indoor grounding bar: 35 mm2 multi-strand soft copper wire; the cable length should be the focus during the survey. The protective grounding cable from cabling rack to grounding bar: 35 mm2 multi-strand soft copper wire; the cable length should be the focus during the survey. The protective grounding cable from DDF/ODF to grounding bar: 35 mm2 multistrand soft copper wire; the cable length should be the focus during the survey. The protective grounding cable from power supply equipment to grounding bar: 35 mm2 multi-strand soft copper wire; the cable length should be the focus during the survey. The protective grounding cable from transmission equipment to grounding bar: 35 mm2 multi-strand soft copper wire; the cable length should be the focus during the survey. The grounding downlead from the grounding bar to the grounding body in the equipment room: 95 mm2 multi-strand soft copper wire; or 40 mm 4 mm zinc-plated flat steel; the cable length should be the focus during the survey.

Survey of RNC Cables and Materials

DC Power Cables

48VDC racks There are two types of DC power cables: 48V working grounding cable (GND) and 48V power cable ( 48V). Focus during survey: diameter, specification, and length of power cables. The cable diameter can be calculated as follows: S=I2L/U

S: Cross section of power cables (mm2) I: Total current L: Effective length of the feeder (M) U: Permissible voltage of the feeder (v) : Conductivity of the feeder For copper core cables, =54.4, For aluminum core cables, =34 Value range of U: From battery to DC power supply: U0.2V DC power supply: U0.2V From DC power supply to DC power distribution cabinet: U0.8V From DC power distribution cabinet to switch rack: U0.4V 1, 1.5, 2.5, 4, 6, 10, 16, 25, 35, 50, 70, 95, 120, and 185 (unit: mm2)

Power cable specifications:

Generally, 25 mm2 cables are used as DC power cables for the racks; 35 mm2 cables are used as protective grounding cables for the equipment. Fire-retardant cables should be used. A back-up power supply should be provided if there are two ways of separate DC power inputs. -48V power cable: 25 mm2 multi-strand soft copper core power cable; fire-retardant; blue -48V working grounding cable: 25 mm2 multi-strand soft copper core power cable; fire-retardant; black The length of the power cables should be the focus during the survey. If the length exceeds 100 m, 35 mm2 fire-retardant, multi-strand soft copper core power cables should be used instead.

Survey of RNC Cables and Materials

AC Power Cables Server rack and primary power supply equipment Survey items: The length of the AC power cable from the primary power supply equipment to the AC power distribution box. Power supply for the server rack. The server rack should be powered through 16 mm2 four-core fire-retardant cable. The cable length should be the focus during the survey. Placement of the AC power cables. A distance of 150 mm should be kept between any two AC power cables. Shielding tube. The length of the shielding tube should also be checked during the survey. The survey report provided by the supplier of the primary power supply equipment.

Survey of RNC Cables and Materials

Transmission Cables

Transmission cables: Tail fibers, digital trunk cables (E1), and network cables. Different transmission modes require different transmission cables. Transmission cables should be selected according to the applications. Refer to the Technical Proposal. Survey Description Optical fibers: Single-mode tail fibers

The number and length of tail fibers, and connector types Tail fiber connector type: LC/PCLC/PC.
coaxial cables (75 ohms), number and length of 2M cables, and connector types Trunk cables (120 ohms), number of 2M cables, length of trunk cables, and the number of 2M cables included in a 120-ohm trunk cable

Digital trunk cables: Supporting 75-ohm and 120-ohm interfaces


Network cables: Full-IP Architecture. Newwork cables are used for internal communication.

Length, type of network cables, and number of connectors Network cables are delivered as a whole in a box. The total length and connectors of the network cables should be checked during the survey. Surplus length; network cable testing.

Filling in Survey Forms

Purposes To identify the environmental conditions, equipment installation, cabling, and project tasks & responsibilities; to know all related details; to make preparations for scheduling, delivery and field installation. Tasks Completing the survey on environmental conditions, floor plan of the equipment room, cabling, original debugging data, and hardware installation interface. Requirements The environment conditions should be fully described. The installation position of each equipment should be identified. The number, length, and cabling route of every kind of cable should be checked. The installation interfaces for both parties should be identified.

Filling in Survey Forms-First Environmental Condition


Survey

1. Conduct the first environmental acceptance according to the items specified in the Environmental Acceptance Report

2For compulsory items, specified conditions must be provided by the customer. For the conditions that are currently not provided, a deadline should be negotiated

by both parties.

3. For general items, it is unnecessary to "force" the customer to meet the

environmental conditions, but it is necessary to explain the


advantages/disadvantages to the customer. A deadline should be negotiated by both parties if the customer is capable of meeting such requirements.

Filling in Survey Forms-General Project


Information
The project survey personnel should collect the following basic information and fill in the cover pages of all Project Survey Reports:
Contract No. Party A's name Party A's contact person Tel/fax Survey personnel Tel/fax

The project survey personnel should collect the following basic information and fill in the Site Information Forms of all Project Survey Reports:
Site name Equipmeng configurations Project types (including new construction, capacity expansion, and reconstruction) Survey results and notes

Filling in Survey Forms-Scheduling and Delivery


Data
Collect scheduling and delivery data; fill in the Project Survey Report (Scheduling & Delivery Data)
The report should include such information as site name, configuration, floor height, number of racks, and length of digital trunk cable, fire-retardant power cable, grounding cable, optical fiber, and cabling rack. Where: There are two types of optical fiber interfaces: LC/PC - LC/PC and LC/PC - FC/PC. Fill the selected type(s) in the report according to the survey results. A 10% surplus length should be reserved for all cables. All power cables must be fire-retardant, with 25 mm2 (for power cables) and 35 mm2 (for protective grounding cables) in cross section. If the length of a power cable exceeds 100 m, a 35 mm2 power cable should be used instead. The length of the grounding cable should be the total length of all grounding cables.

Attention!

The Project Survey Report (Scheduling & Delivery Data) must be sent back to the Planning Department of the Mobile Division.

Filling in Survey Forms-Commissioning Data


Collect information about equipment installation & commissioning; fill in the Project Survey Report (Commissioning Data) Description of Networking Structure Diagram Drawing

Actual logic networking topology The networking structure diagram should be drawn according to the technical agreement. Network topology should be confirmed by signature. Any possible changes must be noted in the diagram. Drawing requirements: The networking modes among all NEs and networks, number of trunks, trunk type, signaling type, and number of links should be drawn in the diagram. Visio or AUTOCAD should be used for drawing.

Sometimes the diagram can be obtained from the pre-sales support personnel or the technical proposal.

Filling in the information about software installation and debugging


Some data is only available from the customer through negotiation. Some data is only available from CN through negotiation. Some data is only available from network planning.

Filling in Survey Forms-Project Design Information

Collect information about equipment installation &


commissioning; fill in the Project Survey Report (Project Design Information)

Filling in Survey Forms-Project Design


Information

Description of Equipment Layout Drawing


1. 2.

3. 4.

The layout describes the planimetric position of the equipment in all equipment rooms. The dimensions and positions of all equipment, the distances between them, and the reserved positions should be measured, marked and recorded carefully and accurately. Unnecessary changes must not be made once the equipment positions are

confirmed by both parties! The customer must send a prior written notice to ZTE for any necessary changes. Drawing Requirements:
The size of the equipment should be marked in the layout.

The positions of ODF, DDF, transmission equipment, switching equipment and access equipment should be provided in the layout. Old and new equipment should be drawn differently (described by text, or marked by bold or fine line). The rack front, storey height, ceiling, and floor height should be marked. The position and size of holes, doors and windows should be marked. If the description is not clear by using a planar top view, a detail view can be used instead. Both sketch and formal VISIO diagram should be produced. Copying this diagram is permitted.

Filling in Survey Forms-Project Design


Information
Description of Cable Route Drawing

It describes all cabling routes in the equipment room. It shows all cabling routes and modes, as well as detailed cabling facilities.

Unnecessary changes must not be made once the cabling routes are confirmed by both
parties!

If cabling facilities are not in position, their installation locations should be identified, and then marked and noted in a sketch.

Drawing Requirements:

The cabling route from the digital trunk cable to the DDF should be marked. Different types of cables should be marked differently.

Both sketch and formal VISIO diagram should be produced.


Copying this diagram is permitted.

Filling in Survey Forms-Project Design


Information

Description of Power Distribution Connection Drawing

1. This diagram mainly describes the power cable connections from the power supply in the equpment room to the equipment used at the current stage.

2Drawing Requirements:

1. The existing power loops of the power cabinet should be drawn. 2. The planned power loops of the equipment used at the current stage should be drawn.

3. Both sketch and formal VISIO diagram should be produced.

4Copying this diagram is permitted.

Filling in Survey Forms-Project Design


Information

Description of DDF and ODF Layout Drawing

1. It describes the planned layout of DDFs and ODFs provided for the
equipment used at the current stage. 2Drawing Requirements:

The existing layout of the DDFs and ODFs should be drawn.


The planned layout of the DDFs and ODFs used at the current stage should be drawn.

3. Both freehand sketch and formal VISIO diagram should be produced. 4Copying this diagram is permitted.

Filling in Survey Forms-Project Design


Information
Description of Current Expanded Equipment Board Position Drawing
1. 2.

It describes the board configuration of the expanded equipment used at the current stage. Drawing Requirements:
1.

The cabinet type, height, color, shelf type, and wiring capacity of the equipment specified in the current contract should be drawn.

2. 3.

The existing board positions should be marked. The required new cables and sub-shelves should be described in detail.

3. 4.

Both sketch and formal VISIO diagram should be produced. Copying this diagram is permitted.

Filling in Survey Forms-Project Memorandum


Every report includes a memorandum. Communication engineering is rather complicated, with many issues being involved. Extra, special, or unexpected problems or situations will possibly happen. All these issues should be recorded into the Project Survey Memorandum. Any special installation materials that are not recorded in the Project Survey Report (Scheduling & Delivery Data) should be included into the memorandum.

The memorandum is very important. Forgetting to fill in it will probably result in serious consequences.

Table of Contents
Overview Project Survey Process Project Environment Survey Guide RNC Project Survey Guide Quality Control of Project Survey

Quality Control of Project Survey

Quality is the center of any work.

The quality of the survey must be ensured.

The quality of the project survey should be ensured in two ways:

Process quality Document quality

Process Quality Control


Every step must be carried out according to the project survey process. Project-related information should be collected carefully. Project

requirements, including general and key tasks, should be understood thoroughly.

The project survey process must be strictly followed. The survey should be

scheduled and planned reasonably to ensure high efficiency.

The survey should be conducted together with the customer to obtain accurate original information about the site and understand special requirements and situations. Countermeasures should be planned to avoid

emergencies during the survey.

Every possible resource should be fully used during the survey based on a good cooperation with the local ZTE office.

Site-related data should be measured and reorded accurately. All sites should be designed accurately to avoid delay or waiting due to

Document Quality Control

Document reflects the quality of your work.

Integrity: Ensure the integrity of the documents.


Accuracy: Ensure the accuracy of the documents. Timeliness: Ensure the timeliness of the documents.