The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 65 (1987) > Issues > Issue 4 > Quality Assurance in Practice on Site
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Quality Assurance in Practice on Site

Exponents of QA may argue that the claims presently made by both consultants and contractors of full QA being implemented on sites are not justified. Such exponents would suggest that the systems actually employed so far are merely a more formalised form of quality control. While we would agree with these arguments, we welcome the intention to achieve quality assured construction. L.J. Carvalho