Structural Construction Work

September 24th, 2022 by admin Leave a reply »

Construction process participants

Producer (customer)
Producer (customer) is the main subject of the construction process. It manages capital (equity or checks of the) contracts with other entities of the construction process, the most organized or carried out by construction process works.
Contractor (subcontractor)
Being the construction contractor is entitled to:
- Registered companies, which the statutes provide for the construction of its activities;
- a natural person, Government in accordance with the patent count of construction works;

Management of construction works
Construction works are conducted only by certified supervisors:
Construction manager – an individual who has a higher engineering education, certification, represent the contractor or builder to comply with the building construction project from the beginning to the static
recognition of the proper use, while potentially general construction manager, is responsible for the construction of static normative quality.
Special work leader of Construction works – a natural person who is higher or advanced engineering education, certification, representing the builder or contractor (subcontractor) to comply with the building project, headed by the Trust for a special work is technically under the authority of Construction manager and is responsible for the quality of normative systems.
The general manager of Construction work – physical person having higher engineering education certified, leads the general construction, technical issues under the authority of the construction manager responsible for the construction of standard quality.

General quality requirements
Production quality – the set of properties that are under production function shows the production appropriateness of consumers, customers and other stakeholders to meet the needs

The output quality of construction products is formed in all stages of construction: target-setting; design; construction and use. Quality is influenced by both quantitative and qualitative factors. Quantitative factors (cost, building expectancy, maintenance and repair costs, return, etc.) can be accurately calculated and assessed. Qualitative factors (location of infrastructure and environmental assessment, building credibility, comfort, aesthetics, etc.) can be estimated indirectly – comparing one factor influence another, on the basis of engineering method. Qualitative indicators measured points as a percentage or ratio.
The output quality formation process involves various groups of stakeholders – builder (customer), designers, builders (installer), suppliers (manufacturers), users, public authorities and so on. Each group seeks to implement some of their needs and objectives that are different; therefore they have different approaches to the same project of construction of production quality point of view.

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