Construction Site Inspection & Quality Assurance

Providing independent technical and quality assurance services to the construction industry on commercial and residential projects.

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We provide a comprehensive service and are an integral part of our client’s quality control processes.  Conducting visits in and around the London Area, predominantly within the M25 with some visits along the M40 corridor to Oxford.

Technical Services

Do you want your properties to pass the NHBC visit the first time, reduce after-sales costs and increase customer satisfaction?   

We are proficient in all construction methods and offer a tailor-made Technical Audit service.  We can visit your project periodically, at specific stages, or as a one-off.  

We highlight actual or potential defects, highlight these areas on-site drawings, referencing recognised guidance and approved documentation to provide a comprehensive report designed to help on-site teams improve their understanding of the issues. 

Quality Services

Having a robust Quality Assurance procedure in place that is used in the correct way, at the correct time, is essential. 

After reviewing your current processes and site implementation, we can provide advice and guidance to support your business in creating a tailor-made, site-specific, Quality Assurance process.  

A process that is clear, easily communicated, and provides accountability through checks at key stages of the project, provides you with a framework to prevent issues occurring on the project.

Training Services

Colleague training is a fundamental part of all successful businesses.  At CSI~QA, we believe training is the key to increased efficiency and quality workmanship, resulting in improved customer satisfaction and sustainable financial growth.

We can support your business with tailored training packages, from onsite toolbox talks to developing training plans for operatives that are SMART.

These training courses are used as a platform to engage key personnel in the ever-changing expectations of the construction industry, highlight best practices for achieving results and the financial, safety, and quality implications of failing to meet current standards.