Quality Assurance for Structural Engineering Firms - Tips; Techniques; and Strategies
With fast-track construction, computerized design, complex building codes and younger engineers taking on more responsibility earlier in their careers, the need for structural engineering firms to have a comprehensive in-house Quality Assurance (QA) program has never been greater. Adoption of a QA program will result in better design, better contract documents, fewer RFIs and change orders during construction, a better product for clients and increased profitability for firms. This seminar reviews the components of a model QA program and discusses the techniques and strategies for performing in-house QA reviews. The presentation is informative for experienced engineers responsible for overseeing design, as well as for younger engineers just starting out in the profession.
This course is based on a past NASCC session.
You must purchase and pass a quiz to receive a PDH certificate for this course.
- Date: 4/2/2008 - 10/20/2016
- PDH Credits: 1
Cliff Schwinger, The Harman Group, King of Prussia, PA