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CONSTRUCTION PROJECT CQC PLAN


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CONTRACT NO. XXXXXXXXXXX


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(Your Customer Name) Abstract: This document describes the quality control plan for xxxxxx.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0 SCOPE.......................................................................................................................................4 2.0 RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTHORITY.................................................................................4 3.0 SUBMITTALS..........................................................................................................................5 4.0 INSPECTION SYSTEM...........................................................................................................6 5.0 TESTING...................................................................................................................................9 6.0 DOCUMENTS AND RECORDS..............................................................................................9 7.0 CONTROL OF NONCONFORMANCES................................................................................9 8.0 DOCUMENTATION..............................................................................................................10 9.0 WORKMANSHIP...................................................................................................................11 10.0 LIST OF DEFINABLE FEATURES OF WORK.................................................................11 ATTACHMENT 1 - ORGANIZATION CHART.........................................................................20 ATTACHMENT 2 - CQC RESUMES..........................................................................................21

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1.0 SCOPE
The Companys quality system has been fully documented and implemented and is maintained as needed to meet the requirements of the Company vision and governing policies. The Company has adopted a process-oriented method of management. This approach emphasizes the importance of: a) continuous improvement of processes based on objective measurement and analysis. b) need to consider processes in terms of added value, c) obtaining results of process performance and effectiveness and d) understanding, meeting and integrating Customer, statutory and regulatory requirements, The sequence and interaction of processes has been determined and are controlled by specific criteria and methods. Objectives are set for each process and then measured and monitored with appropriate data gathered and analyzed to ensure process effectiveness. During Management Review, process resources are discussed and allocated by management, as applicable. Corrective and preventive action is taken to ensure the processes achieve the desired results and continually improve.

2.0 RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTHORITY


All employees are empowered to request corrective or preventive action to prevent the occurrence of nonconformities relating to the construction process or the quality management system. The CQC Systems Manager oversees this effort and makes sure that such issues are identified and recorded, that solutions are transmitted to and resolved by the proper functions, and that the solutions are verified for effectiveness. Project Superintendent The Project Superintendent oversees all aspects of the job - responsibilities include: Request and attend bi-weekly progress meetings

Request monthly partnering meetings to be attended by the Company, Customer and other local agencies. Serve as alternate CQC Systems Manager Supervise the CQC Systems Manager Ultimately responsible for both production and quality of the project

The Project Superintendent has the authority to direct all work, subcontractors and project personnel, initiate and negotiate change orders, approve and disapprove any and all submittals, issue purchase orders and subcontracts or cancel them for noncompliance with contract documents, issue stop work orders and require corrective action on any deficiencies.

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CQC Systems Manager The Companys Superintendent/Contractor Quality Control Systems Manager (CQC) verifies conformance to all Plans and Specifications - responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Approve submittals not requiring Customer approval Attend all scheduled progress meetings Complete and maintain Daily Report and copy to Project Superintendent Conduct and report preliminary, initial and follow-up inspections

Conduct daily quality control inspections, report deficiencies, monitor progress and coordinate corrective actions with the Project Superintendent Conduct weekly QC Meetings Ensure all materials comply with the Plans and Specifications for the project

Ensure approval and delivery of required submittals Ensure all tests are conducted according to the applicable procedure(s)

Report all deficiencies to the President and Project Superintendent Review all construction for compliance with the Plans and Specifications as well as quality workmanship

Stop work and require corrective action on any deficiencies

Project Superintendent/CQC Systems Manager has the authority to direct all work, subcontractors and project personnel, approve and disapprove any and all submittals, issue stop work orders, require corrective action on any deficiencies and submit Requests for Information. See attached letter signed by a responsible authority of the Company that outlines responsibilities of the CQC Systems Manager, which includes authority to stop work that is not in compliance with the contract. Alternative Contractor Quality Control Representative In the event the CQC Systems Manager is not present at the jobsite, the Alternative Quality Control Representative assumes all responsibilities and authorities. See attached letter signed by a responsible authority of the Company that outlines responsibilities of the Alternative Quality Control Representative, which includes authority to stop work that is not in compliance with the contract. See Attachment 1 organization chart that shows lines of authority with the CQC Systems Manager reporting to the Project Superintendent. See Attachment 2 qualifications in resume format for the duties, responsibilities and authorities of each person assigned a CQC function.

3.0 SUBMITTALS
All submittals are scheduled, reviewed, certified and managed to include submittals from subcontractors, offsite fabricators, suppliers, purchasing agents, designers of record, consultants, architect engineers (AE) and offsite fabricators.

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Contractor Prepared Submittal Register The Submittal Register is tailored to meet project schedules and is used as a checklist to assure all material and equipment requiring submission is submitted. A preliminary submittal register will be submitted for approval at the preconstruction conference. Additional details will be submitted according to the construction schedule within 30 days after Notice to Proceed. General Submittal Procedure Prior to submittal, all items shall be checked and approved by the QC representative and each item shall be stamped, signed and dated by the QC representative indicating action taken. Submittals will include items such as: Contractors, manufacturers or fabricators drawings; descriptive literature including but not limited to catalog cut sheets, diagrams, operating charts or tables, certifications, warranties and other such required submittals according to the requirements of the Plans and Specifications. The Submittal Register may not be all-inclusive and additional submittals may be required. The approved submittal register will become the scheduling document and will be used to control the submittals throughout the life of the project. The submittal register and the progress schedules will be coordinated. A transmittal form will be used for submitting both Customer-approved and information-only submittals. Scheduling Procedure The Company uses software program (your software name) to assure delivery of submittals according to requirements of (your Customer doc) and upon completion of construction according to requirements of (your Customer doc).

4.0 INSPECTION SYSTEM


The engineering drawing, other technical documentation and identified critical items including key characteristics provides the requirements for all construction work. In all cases, this must include criteria for acceptance/rejection; where this is not clear the CQC Systems Manager oversees clarification of these criteria with the Project Superintendent. Incoming materials are inspected by Quality to ensure they meet requirements before use and as a means of monitoring ongoing Supplier quality. Inspection consists of Preparatory, Initial and Follow-up Inspections and applicable records for each Inspection. Preparatory Inspections This inspection will be conducted prior to beginning all definable segments of work as well as at the beginning of all of the Phases of the Contract. The Customer/Inspector and other involved personnel will be notified twenty-four (24) hours in advance of this inspection.

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Preparatory Inspections may include:

PREPARATORY INSPECTION SHOULD BE POSTPONED UNTIL APPLICABLE SUBMITTALS ARE COMPLETED. Review requirements for quality control and/or performance testing during this phase of work. Emphasize testing methods and frequency. Establish who will be doing the testing and verify that testing personnel will be present as needed. Review the contract drawings and specifications for this phase of work in detail. Discuss the construction procedures, tolerances, workmanship standards and repetitive deficiencies. Review the requirement for special items and verify all samples have been submitted and approved.

Verify all mobile construction equipment has been inspected for safety using US Army Corp of Engineers form number SAD Form 1666-R. Verify all preliminary work required to start this phase of construction has been completed and the work to be built upon has no deficiencies.

Verify all required materials and equipment are onsite, as specified, submitted and approved and properly stored. Verify all required submittals have been approved (review them as required). Verify all work clearance permits have been obtained. Verify MSDS for all material to be used are readily available on the jobsite.

RECORD THE RESULTS OF THIS INSPECTION ON SEPARATE SHEETS AND ATTACH THEM TO THE DAILY REPORT. Initial Inspections This inspection will be held after a representative portion of the work has been accomplished. The Customer/Inspector and other involved personnel will be notified twenty-four (24) hours in advance of this inspection. Initial Inspections may include:

Determine necessary corrections if the work is not in compliance. Record the exact location where the initial inspection was held for future reference and comparison during follow-up inspections.

Review the records of the preparatory inspection and verify that all action items have been completed. Verify all required quality control inspections and test are being performed.

Verify that the work being performed is in full compliance with contract requirements, including acceptable level of workmanship. Compare with approved samples as appropriate.

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RECORD THE RESULTS OF THIS INSPECTION ON SEPARATE SHEETS AND ATTACH THEM TO THE DAILY REPORT. Follow-up Inspections This inspection will be performed as required. The Customer/Inspector and other involved personnel may arrange with the CQC Systems Manager to be present for this inspection. Follow-up Inspections may include:

Compliance with safety requirements. Documentation of this inspection will be noted on the Daily Report.

Records of the Follow-up Inspection will be submitted to the Customer/Inspector not more than one (1) working day after the inspection. Review Noncompliance Tracking Log and ensure all deficiencies have been corrected or are being scheduled for corrective action. Review previous Inspection Reports to verify compliance with Contract requirements.

Documentation and Control

All Inspections will be documented on a separate form and submitted with the Daily Report (attach your sample form). All reports for inspection and applicable records will be electronically maintained by the Project Superintendent in a document management program (your name; for instance, Constructware). Inspections will be conducted, controlled and tracked for each definable feature of work and sub-element identified herein using a project management program (your software name; for instance, Oracles Primavera SureTrak, USACE QCS System, etc.) Completion Inspection Punch-Out Inspection: The Project Superintendent and CQC Systems Manager shall conduct an inspection of the work and develop a punch list of items that do not conform to the approved drawings and specifications. The Responsible Authorities will document and include the estimated date by which the deficiencies will be corrected and make a second inspection to ascertain all deficiencies have been corrected. Once this is accomplished, the CQC Systems Manager and Project Superintendent will sign-off the punch list then notify the Customer that the project is ready for Customer Pre-Final Inspection. Pre-Final Inspection The Customer will perform this inspection to verify the construction is complete and ready to be operated. A Customer Pre-Final Punch List may be developed as a result of this

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inspection. The CQC Systems Manager shall ensure that all items on this list have been corrected to schedule a Final Inspection with the Customer.

Final Acceptance Inspection The CQC Systems Manager or other primary management personnel and the Customer Representative shall be in attendance at this inspection. The final acceptance inspection will be formally scheduled by the Project Superintendent based upon results of the Pre-Final Inspection. Notice shall be given by the Project Superintendent at least 14 days prior to the final acceptance inspection and shall include the Companys assurance that all specific items previously identified under the contract will be complete and acceptable by the date scheduled for the final acceptance inspection.

5.0 TESTING
The Testing Plan for the (your project name) is as follows:

Test reports will be attached to the Daily Report by the CQC Systems Manager Test reports will include the date, time and type of test to be performed, test name, specification paragraph requiring testing, feature of work to be tested, test frequency and person responsible for each test. (Laboratory facilities will be approved by the Purchasing.) The CQC Systems Manager will notify the Customer/Inspector twenty-four (24) hours in advance of any scheduled test.

Control, verification and acceptance testing procedures for each specific test will include the test name, specification paragraph requiring test, feature of work to be tested, test frequency and person responsible for each test. Customer-directed laboratory facilities will be used when specified by Contract.

6.0 DOCUMENTS AND RECORDS


Records are controlled to provide evidence of conformity to requirements. Documents are controlled so that the information on them is accessible, legible and suitably maintained. Documents are reviewed and approved prior to release and only the latest versions are available to users. Previous versions are stamped Superseded and legacy documents are segregated and retained for historical purposes.

7.0 CONTROL OF NONCONFORMANCES


Construction design and construction deficiencies that are found to be nonconforming against specified requirements are identified, documented, segregated (if possible), evaluated and dispositioned to prevent unintended use or delivery. Necessary corrective and preventive actions are taken to contain the effect of the nonconformity on other products or processes and actions are verified to confirm that deficiencies have been corrected. This applies to incoming product or services (vendor-supplied), in-process product or services, final product or services and Customer returned products.

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REWORK PROCEDURES

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The Company has a long standing successful Noncompliance Management Program to ensure all deficiencies are recorded, logged and pursued from identification through acceptable corrective action. Upon identification of a construction deficiency, a noncompliance report will be initiated by the CQC Systems Manager and forwarded to the appropriate subcontractor and Resident Engineer for notification of construction deficiency. A narrative will be provided describing the construction deficiency, its proposed corrective action, time frame for correction, required testing and follow-up inspections to be taken. The construction deficiency will be noted on the Daily Report and tracked daily until corrective action has been completed. The CQC Systems Manager will insure corrective action is accomplished according to the contract Plans and Specifications with approval of the Project Superintendent. The Noncompliance Program will be maintained throughout the life of the project. Copies of all noncompliance reports will be available for review by the Customer/Inspector as well as any Subcontractor involved in the deficiency. The Noncompliance Log will be updated monthly or as requested by the Project Superintendent.

8.0 DOCUMENTATION
Procedure All reportable records shall include names of attendees. All submittals of records will be maintained at the job site field office. Test Reports will be attached to the Daily Report as they are received by the CQC Systems Manager. The CQC Systems Manager will submit all Inspection Reports not more than one (1) working day after each inspection. Registers / Files Maintained at Company Field Offices As-Built Drawings Contract Documents (Plans, Specifications and Amendments) Control Testing Schedule Correspondence Files (Owner, Subcontractor, Supplier, etc) Daily Report Equipment and Material Delivery Schedule and Tracking Log Field Survey Log Inspection Reports (Preparatory, Initial and Follow-up) Material / Equipment Delivery Receipts Modifications Noncompliance Management Program Requests for Information (RFI) and RFI Log Safety Plan

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Subcontract and Purchase Order Registers Submittal Data Submittal Register and Submittal Log

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9.0 WORKMANSHIP
The Company plans and carries out construction activities that include workmanship requirements for:

Approval of work according to supporting documentation that includes the requirements of any applicable reference standards, regulatory codes, quality plans and other documented procedures. Completion of initial, follow-up, pre-final and final inspection activities. Construction work instructions or procedures that identify all necessary work steps (flowcharts, travelers, tickets). Designation of unapproved equipment, utilities and supplies with proper signage to prevent use. Documented work instructions where the lack of such instructions would affect conformity to requirements. Engineering documents for all construction characteristics (drawings, part lists, materials and specifications) Monitoring and measurement procedures. Monitoring and measuring devices. Skilled maintenance personnel and proper training of operators.

10.0LIST OF DEFINABLE FEATURES OF WORK


(Tailor this section to address key elements of the project. A definable feature of work is a task that is separate and distinct from other tasks, has separate control requirements and may be identified by different trades or disciplines or it may be work by the same trade in a different environment. This list should be agreed upon during the coordination meeting.) For instance breakdown each work element from your contract Plans and Specifications: General Requirements 01050 Field Engineering Engineering Services Survey Records/Cross-Sections Surveyor Information 01320 01410 01510 01520 01530 01570 Construction Video and Photographs Testing and Quality Control Temporary Utilities and Facilities Temporary Pumping Temporary Barriers and Controls Traffic Control

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Site Work 02050 Demolition 02110 Clearing & Land Preparation 02200 Earthwork Backfilling Compaction Final Grading Levee Embankment Random Fill Select Fill Structure Excavation 02211 Blasting Damage Investigation Survey Gradation Pre-blast Survey Shot Plan Stemming Test Dig Vibration Control 02221 Trenching, Backfilling and Compacting Densities Material Gradation Open Excavation Trenching 02262 Steel Sheet Piling Certificate of protective coatings Fasteners, Tie-Back, Caps Sheet Pile Design 02277 Articulated Concrete Block Mattress System Certifications Material Compliance 02368 Steel Pipe Piles Material Compliance Pile Design Pile Driving Equipment 02370 RipRap System Handling and Storage of Materials Material Compliance 02401 Dewatering and Cofferdam

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Dewatering Plan Structural Certification 02431 Catch Basins, Frames and Grates Handling and Storage of Materials Installation Material Compliance 02433 Storm Drainage System - Reinforced Concrete Pipe Handling and Storage of Materials Material Compliance Placement of Concrete Pipe Testing 02435 Turbidity Control & Monitoring 02436 Environmental Protection 02451 Guardrail Handling and Storage of Materials Installation Material Compliance 02455 Round Timber Piling Inspect for Preservation Treatment Installation Material Compliance Pile Driving Equipment 02486 Grassing Installation Maintenance Watering 02780 Floating Trash Barrier Handling and Storage of Materials Installation Material Compliance 02781 Staff Gauges Handling and Storage of Materials Installation Material Compliance Concrete 03100 Concrete Formwork and Accessories Handling and Storage of Materials Installation Material Compliance

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03200 Concrete Reinforcement Handling and Storage of Materials Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawings 03300 Cast in Place Concrete Concrete Mixture Construction Tolerance Curing and Protection Design Requirements Equipment Finishing Government Testing Material Compliance Placing Preparation and Placing Tests and Inspection 03410 Precast Concrete Products for Below-Grade Construction Delivery Handling and Storage of Materials Installation Material Compliance Tests and Inspections 03600 Grout Handling and Storage of Materials Installation Material Compliance Metals 05060 Welding Certifications 05070 Bolted Fasteners Handling and Storage of Materials Installation Material Compliance 05100 Structural Steel Handling and Storage of Materials Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawings 05521 Handrails, Railings and Guardposts Handling and Storage of Materials

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Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawings 05550 Fabricated Metalwork and Castings Handling and Storage of Materials Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawings Thermal and Moisture Protection 07920 Sealants and Caulkings Handling and Storage of Materials Installation Material Compliance Tests and Inspections 07921 Joint Sealants Installation Material Compliance Tests and Inspections Doors and Windows 08110 Hollow Metal Doors and Frames Inspection Installation Material Compliance 08700 Finish Hardware and Accessories Inspection Installation Material Compliance Finishes

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09805 Coal-Tar Epoxy Coating Systems for Steel Tie Rods and Accessories Application Inspection Material Compliance 09900 Protective Coatings Application Inspection Material Compliance Specialties

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10200 Louvers Inspection Installation Material Compliance Equipment 11002 Rigid Equipment Mounts Inspection Installation Material Compliance 11106 Aluminum Stop Gates Handling and Storage Inspection Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawings

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11171 Pump Station Intake Trash Collection Systems, Less than 600cfs Inspection Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawings 11290 Slide Gates Inspection Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawings 11291 Electric Actuators Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawings 11321 Submersible Axial Flow Type Pumps Electric Motor Driven Handling and Storage Inspection Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawings Building 13120 Precast Concrete Building Handling and Storage Inspection

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Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawing 13200 LPG Fuel Systems for Emergency Generator Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawings Mechanical 15010 Piping Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance 15020 Pipe Supports Inspection Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawings 15101 Valves and Appurtenances Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance 15510 Fans Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Electrical 16050 Basic Materials and Methods Factory Test Reports Field Test Reports Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Operating Tests 16061 Cathodic Protection System Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Tests and Inspections

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16110 Raceways, Boxes, Fittings, Supports Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Tests and Inspections 16120 Wires and Cable Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Tests and Inspections 16140 Wiring Devices Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Tests and Inspections 16150 Motors Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Tests and Inspections 16155 Motor Starters Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Tests and Inspections 16160 Panelboards & General Purpose Dry Type Transformers Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawings Tests and Inspections 16289 Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Tests and Inspections 16440 Disconnect Safety Switch Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Tests and Inspections 16450 Grounding

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Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Tests and Inspections 16500 Lighting Devices Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Tests and Inspections 16620 Propane Fueled Generator and Transfer Switch Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawings Tests and Inspections 16621 Diesel Fueled Generator and Transfer Switch Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawings Tests and Inspections 16670 Lightning Protection System Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Tests and Inspections 16910 Structure Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawings Tests and Inspections 16920 Portable Water Samplers Handling and Storage Installation Material Compliance Shop Drawings Tests and Inspections

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ATTACHMENT 1 - ORGANIZATION CHART


CQC SYSTEMS MANAGER FACILITIES MANAGER PROJECT FOREMAN PROJECT ENGINEER ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
PROJECT SUPERINTENDENT

INSPECTORS RECEIVING Maintenance


PRODUCTION CREW

PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR

SHIPPING

Contracts

PURCHASING

ACCOUNTING MANAGER

HR

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY

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ATTACHMENT 2 - CQC RESUMES


(your CQC Systems Manager) Mr/Mrs xxxxx is in charge of inspections and will verify that the contractors are in compliance with the project specifications & engineering design drawings. In addition, Mr/Mrs xxxxx is responsible for ensuring that the project is constructed, tested, inspected, and documented according to project specifications. Mr/Mrs xxxxx will also be responsible for quality control in the following areas: materials management, subcontractors, document controls, discrepancy control, system acceptance and turnover. (your CQC Inspector) Mr/Mrs xxxxx performs inspections to ensure conformance to quality, performance, safety and/or code requirements. Inspector assists with general guidance to other inspectors and provides QA/QC reports to supervisor for approval and maintains inspection records.

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