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Welcome to the largest online resource for Quality Management in Construction industry.

My name is Pavlos Inglesis and I have been working in the construction industry as a Quality Professional since 2005.

This website contains valuable information in regards to quality control, quality assurance and quality management systems in the construction industry (but not limited to it). Here are some of the most valuable and informative posts:

Here are the latest posts:

  • Top 7 Construction Failures of All Time

    Top 7 Construction Failures of All Time

    Construction is one of the most unpredicting and risky environments for someone to work in and it’s no secret that humanity has actually learned how some structures must be built, by learning from its failures. Construction failures are not frequent (thankfully…) but whenever they had occured in the history of mankind, they caused a complete …

  • 6 TIPS for writing a good Inspection and Test Plan (ITP)

    6 TIPS for writing a good Inspection and Test Plan (ITP)

    Inspection and Test Plans are probably the most important documents for the Quality Control of a construction project. A clear, robust and concise ITP will make things on site easy, it will define each party’s responsibilities during the works and after all it will be the “Bible” for compiling the As-Built Packages at the end of the works. More than anything else, the ITP is the …

  • 9 Apps for inspections on Site

    9 Apps for inspections on Site

    Using tablets or smartphones for inspections on site and project collaboration through apps and other cloud based solutions is getting more and more momentum the last 10 years and it’s definitely here to stay. READ ALSO: 7 more great Apps for inspections and Snagging on Site Here are 9 apps/solutions which can be used for Quality Control, punching and …

  • Constructing Without Design. Yes, It Happens More Often Than You May Think…

    Constructing Without Design. Yes, It Happens More Often Than You May Think…

    There are sometimes that you may think an uncomfortable situation is only happening to you, whereas the reality may shock you. That’s what happened to me a few weeks ago when I asked a question on our Linkedin Group about starting construction without having the design in hand. I asked that in our LinkedIn Group because i was extremely …

  • Things are not always what they seem

    Things are not always what they seem

    A 15ft-deep hole appeared on M2 motorway in Kent, UK on 11th of February 2014. The 15ft chasm that has closed the motorway, also caused traffic chaos across the area in UK and it was backfilled within a week with 40tn of pea shingle material which was used to stabilise the hole.  Geotechnical investigations also confirmed that …