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QC 101 Subcontractors
Having your subcontractor team trained at Project Kick Off will save your management team time and money. It is a struggle to get the needed commitment and paperwork from the subcontractors.
This training module will take your subcontractors thru all of the basic QC requirements. Requirements covered include three phase inspections, submittals, Activity Hazard Analysis, Testing Documentation, Closeout, O&M, Warranties, Spare Parts & Owner Training. Having your subcontracting team trained thru this program will insure a much smoother more time efficient project.
Submittals for Subcontractors
Submittals can be the single most expensive item for subcontractors to obtain and get processed. Time and money due to improper packaging, improper marking, not understanding variances and how to treat them can be insurmountable. GC’s can also track submittal miss-management to lost time on the project schedule and liquidated damages. This training course will insure your team understands the submittal requirements for subcontracts. The training will go thru the different documents we are tied to contractually, how to decipher what to submit, the different types of submittals, how to package a proper submittal, how to handle variances and how to insure the GC is processing and sharing the information that can protect you as a subcontractor.
As Built Posting
Monthly payments on government jobs are tied to the upkeep of As-Built posting in the field. Keeping uniform timely updates to As-Builts is vital for project pay apps, schedule and in the event, you have staff turnover. This course will go thru the requirements for government as-builts to include field changes, ASI’s, Modifications and change orders along with tracking mechanisms to insure as-builts are clearly up to date on a weekly basis and easy to be checked by Project Management.
Project Close Out Complete Module
This Training Module will go thru all of the requirements for project closeout to include Warranty Manual, O & M, Spare Parts, and Owner Training. Managing the closeout process is vital to a successful Quality Control effort. This module will go thru standard requirements for each closeout item along with tracking mechanisms.
Project Close Out Warranty Manual
Managing the closeout process is vital to a successful Quality Control effort. This training module will go thru how to develop a Warranty Manual, what the requirements of a standard warranty manual consist of, along with tracking mechanisms to insure all required warranties are collected and included in the warranty manual.
Project closeout O&M
Managing the closeout process is vital to a successful Quality Control effort. This training module will go thru what the standard requirements are for O&M Manuals, how to properly put together O&M Manuals on a subcontractor level, and the tracking mechanisms to insure all O&M Manuals are on schedule to be approved on a QC level.
Project Close Out Spare Parts
Managing the closeout process is vital to a successful Quality Control effort. This training module will discuss standard spare part requirements, how to finalize your spare parts list with your contracting officer, how to requests subs collect, organize and transmit their spare parts alone with the tracking mechanisms to insure all spare parts are on schedule to be transmitted.
Project Close Out Owner Training
Managing the closeout process is vital to a successful Quality Control effort. This training module will go thru standard owner training requirement, how to determine your specific project training requirements, how to manage, schedule, film and transmit owner training along with the tracking mechanisms to insure all required owner training is scheduled, performed and documentation transmitted.
Red Zone 101
Red Zone is a term the Corps of Engineers has adopted to describe the last stretch of a project. “The Red Zone meeting concept was first implemented by Honolulu District in 2002, requiring that the initial red zone meeting be conducted at 80% completion but not fewer than 75 days prior to the scheduled BOD for all Military Construction funded projects. The goal is to develop a schedule necessary to achieve both timely project completion and financial closeout.” The Quality Control department takes a leading role in the Red Zone Schedule development and management. This training course will go thru the basics of a Red Zone Schedule, how to make a Red Zone Schedule, the basics of the Red Zone meeting and how to successfully conduct a Red Zone meeting.
Commissioning 101 for Subcontractors
Commissioning is a large factor of project closeout. MEP’s & building envelope contractors all have active roles during the commissioning process. This training module will go thru the commissioning process & roles/responsibilities from a subcontractor standpoint. We will walk thru the entire commissioning process so that from a subcontractor level you understand the big picture as well as what the GC will expect from your involvement on a subcontractor level. This will include submittals needed for commissioning, the commissioning team, and forms to be used during the commissioning process.