1. STUDY ON QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN 20 STOREYED RC BUILDING

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1. STUDY ON QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN 20 STOREYED RC BUILDING

  1. 1. Ma Nan Thazin Wint Aung
  2. 2. YANGON TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING M.E THESIS PROPOSAL STUDY ON QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN 20 STOREYED RC BUILDINGSUPERVISIOR STUDENTDr.Toe Toe Win Ma Nann Thazin Wint AungDepartment Of Civil Engineering Roll No. C – 29 (M.E)
  3. 3. Quality Management SystemQuality Management Quality System Quality Control Quality Quality Cost System Planning Requirements Procedures Assurance•To know specific Standard Concreting procedure Qualitystandards specification Bar reinforcement characteristics•Measuring variance Test for site quality procedure Quality of design Quality control•Resource control and material proceduremanagement Management Pouring concrete in rainy process responsibility season procedure Quality control AC sheet roofing methods procedure Solving quality Correct standard width of related problem joints in bathroom tiles procedure Laying of drainage pipe to correct fall procedureSource ; Quality Management in Construction
  4. 4. AIM AND OBJECTIVES OF STUDY :• To develop the quality of strength in construction building.• To increase product quality and to satisfy all stakeholders in the industry.• To have better understanding on quality control procedures.• To determine a suitable quality control method for the project.• To get better knowledge in quality assurance.• To achieve quality in the way the project is organized and managed in the three phases of design, construction, and operation.• To provide adequate confidence that a structure, system, or component will perform satisfactorily and conform with project requirements.• To complete the project with multiple objectives of quality, cost, safety and speed.
  5. 5. SCOPE AND OVERVIEW OF THE STUDY :• To study the effect of planning of quality management system.• To study the effect of quality control procedures.• To know the effectiveness of quality control methods.• To solve quality related problems during construction• To determine a suitable quality management procedure for the construction of Multipurpose High Rise Building project.
  6. 6. Implementation program Studying the characteristic and process management of firm in the construction project. Examining the need for and the design and implementation of a total quality management system in construction firms, to raise the capabilities and motivation of the suppliers/subcontractors subsystem. Recognizing the problem occurs in the construction site and the method of the quality control in construction management system practiced in the construction will be interview and collect from the questionnaires. Identifying the potential and requirement for quality management system at construction site, which the literature review had been carried out. Discussion and conclusion of quality control of materials management in construction project.
  7. 7. DFINITIONS OF QUALITY Quality is customer satisfaction. Fitness for use. Higher product development Materials and processes pushed to the limit Lower contractor profit margins Less defects/rejects
  8. 8. PURPOSE OFQUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMThe purpose of this Quality Management Program is todescribe the execution methodology International AllianceGroup (IAG) will utilize to manage the quality function.
  9. 9. QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM OBJECTIVE The objective of this Quality Management Program is to effectively implement the Quality System, in conjunction with surveillance and inspection activities, to ensure compliance with quality standards, industry codes, and Engineering/Client specifications, as they relate to Field Constructions.
  10. 10. QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMQuality Management System is the organizationalstructure, responsibilities, procedures, processes, andresources for implementing quality management.
  11. 11. QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA)• Quality Assurance means controlling equipment, materials, processes and staff training throughout manufacture• QA is all about setting and meeting standards in the manufacture process.
  12. 12. QUALITY CONTROL (QC)Quality Control is all about ensuring the finishedproduct meets the standards set in the specification andby various controlling bodies.
  13. 13. FACTORS INVOLVED WITH QAQA covers many factors to ensure that the finishedproduct will pass QC.These Factors include:Equipment, Materials, Processes
  14. 14. FACTORS IN QC QC is a series of checks carried out on the product to ensure it complies with the original specification and also the rules of the regulatory bodies governing the product. QC also checks the product does what it was meant to do QC ensures customer satisfaction
  15. 15. QA/QC MANAGER (CONSTRUCTION)Overall Purpose of the Role: Develop and maintain new QA/QC procedures for implementation on various projects that specify a contractual obligation to monitor and assure the production quality. This will involve the creation of a QA/QC Plan, the management of a QA/QC Team, and the implementation and execution of the plan. The purpose of this will be to monitor the quality, document the progress in accordance with contract specifications, document and report non-conformance issues, and provide a plan to rectify deviations from contract, material insufficiencies, or otherwise sub- par quality.
  16. 16. EXPECTED OUTCOMES Improve the management of material for construction project. Minimization of repetition of past failure. Sharing of successful experiences. Learn from other people’s experiences to avoid pitfalls and to minimize the repetitions of errors. Identify specific design, process, or decision that reduces or eliminates the potential for failures. Availability of corrective actions for typical problems that might impact the costs of a project.
  17. 17. THANK YOUFOR YOUR ATTENTION Ma Nan Thazin Wint Aung

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