Functions & Roles
of QCIS Inspection Services
& Construction Management
inspection includes lab or field testing, analysis & monitoring of
structures & building materials such as foundations, septic & drainage
systems, pavement, asphalt, concrete, wood, framing, soils & reinforcing
or structural steel. Construction inspection is used for municipal,
county, & local government building projects, residential & commercial
projects. Construction inspections also validate the quality of structural
materials such as reinforced cement & concrete, or structural steel.
Reinforcing materials must meet specific standards to ensure the
general safety of public & private buildings. Construction inspections
will also be used for earthwork operations such as excavation, grading,
dredging, & hot mix asphalt used for highways & bridges.
infrastructure engineering inspection is carried out to evaluate
the quality of construction, maintenance, or alteration of a structure,
which may be a public building, a home, or even public infrastructure
such as highways, water systems, & bridges. Regular building inspection
guards the health & safety of everyone who uses the structure & is
usually conducted by a government employee. The inspector checks
to be sure the structure complies with all ordinances & codes, often
including zoning regulations. An infrastructure engineering inspection
ensures that public buildings meet safety & health requirements,
& adhere to environmental regulations for waste disposal or remediation.
managers coordinate & supervise a wide variety of projects, including
the building of all types of residential, commercial, & industrial
structures, roads, bridges, power plants, schools, & hospitals. They
oversee specialized contractors & other personnel. They schedule
& coordinate all design & construction processes to ensure a productive
& safe work environment. They also make sure jobs are completed on
time & on budget with the right amount of tools, equipment, & materials.
Many managers also are responsible for obtaining necessary permits
& licenses. They are often responsible for multiple projects at a
& Roles – Construction/Infrastructure
Engineering Inspection & Management
& monitors construction sites to ensure adherence
to safety standards,
building codes, or specifications.
& interprets plans, blueprints, site layouts, specifications,
or construction methods to ensure compliance to legal requirements
dimensions & verifies level, alignment, or elevation
structures or fixtures to ensure compliance to building plans &
daily construction logs & supplement inspection records with
construction activities to ensure that environmental regulations
are not violated.
the construction project from start to finish.
a key role in project planning, budgeting, &
identification of resources needed.
project documentation is complete.
with the contractors responsible for
completing various phases
of the project.
Organizes & attends
progress meetings between clients
& service providers as required.
with all Health and Safety Standards & ensures
that posters are prominently displayed on construction sites.
bridges, dams, highways, buildings, wiring, plumbing, electrical
circuits, sewers, heating systems,
or foundations during & after construction for structural quality, general safety, or conformance to
of Clients include:
- Homeowners & Landlords
- Investors & Banks
Realtor & Mortgage Companies
for Pre & Post Lease
County, State, & Federal Governments
- Residential & Commercial
- Industrial & Office
Property Owners & Managers
Prime & Sub-Contractors
NAICS numbers* Engineering Services 541330
Residential & Commercial Building Inspection Services 541350
Residential & Commercial Building Inspection Services, Government 926150
& Institutional Buildings 236220
Highway Street & Bridge Construction 237310
Other Heavy & Civil Engineering Construction 237990
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