Construction

How A Site Inspector Ensures Quality Control During Construction

MW Civil Earthworks provides distinctive service offerings to a multitude of industries, contexts and projects. Our core services include Demolition, Bulk Earthworks, Roads & Parking, Parking & Bridges as well as Civil Services.

Site inspectors and contractors are required to work coherently to ensure operational requirements are adhered to and safety is applied throughout the construction lifespan.

Understanding the type of equipment required on different construction sites

The category of equipment according to the project is specifically modified to ensure that site operators have the most efficient resources available. Illustrative examples of the equipment utilised from MW Civil Earthworks includes mechanically utilized hydraulic equipment, elevated work platforms, cranes, excavators and bulldozers.

Emergency Management

Unforeseen situations often arise at construction sites. The site inspector usually has an emergency management plan set out and communicates this with the team on site. Emergency management components can include emergency exit strategies, repairing and removing hazardous machinery as well as improving structural integrity with temporary materials.

Performing consistent tests on materials, equipment and structures

Technical approval and integrity checks are pivotal to the success of a construction project. The facilitation of the quality approval from the site inspector can determine whether the project continues or if a modification is required. Resource management also forms part of the statistical analysis of the construction project.

Contact MW Civil Earthworks for more information regarding quality control during construction.