My friends at OAC Management Incorporated just produced an outstanding video. Erik Peterson, the founder and president of OAC, discusses "bridging the gap" between quality intent and quality delivered. Quality Intent The term quality intent refers to the expectations that stakeholders, designers, construction managers and craftsmen have in regards to a given construction project. We … Continue reading Quality Intent vs. Quality Delivered, featuring Erik Peterson of @OacManagement
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Some Thoughts on True Sustainability
Construction attorney Christopher Hill (no relation) has invited me back for another "Guest Post Friday" at his blog, Construction Law Musings. The post is now up and is entitled, True Sustainability - Trust, But Verify. Please check it out, and feel free to leave comments at Chris' site. I'd like to extend a sincere Thank … Continue reading Some Thoughts on True Sustainability
CQAP = Certified Quality Assurance Practitioner
As I mentioned in an earlier post entitled, "When we build, let us think that we build forever," last month I participated in a unique training program. OAC Management Incorporated's founder and president, Erik Peterson, led a dozen of us through two days of intensive instruction in the methodology that he has developed to improve … Continue reading CQAP = Certified Quality Assurance Practitioner
This is what Quality Assurance Observation Certification means to Insurance Carriers
On Monday, I wrote a post entitled, "When we build, let us think that we build forever". In that post I introduced the QAO, or Quality Assurance Observation, methodology. The first project to be certified by OAC Management Incorporated under this methodology, was The Ritz-Carlton Residences in Vail, CO. Here is what the insurance carrier, … Continue reading This is what Quality Assurance Observation Certification means to Insurance Carriers