At least two weeks before a subcontractor begins on site work, Berglund arranges a start-up meeting to go over any quality issues that Berglund or the subcontractor has identified. Berglund also requires subcontractors to submit site specific quality plans that detail how they will ensure their work is done with quality in mind.
When a quality deficiency is identified, Berglund’s log tracks the amount of time it takes to repair it. Subcontractors immediately know they are on the clock when the log is distributed to them.
Prior to the installation of a product, Berglund hosts a meeting with the owner, architect, engineer and product manufacturer to ensure the installation is done correctly. This meeting allows all parties to sign-off on the work and sets the standard for the entire scope.
Berglund maintains an internal quality coalition that randomly audits its jobsites to ensure the site is complying with the company program.
Berglund’s on site leadership completes daily quality checklists that cover specific requirements for the installation of a range of products. Quality is always on our management team’s minds.
Berglund checks all material that comes to the jobsite against the approved submitted products. No material that has not gone through the process of approval will be installed on a Berglund project.
When Berglund puts its project schedules together, important quality tasks are strategically placed alongside critical construction items.
Before the architect completes his or her punchlist, Berglund takes the proactive step of compiling our own. This ensures any final issues are corrected in a timely fashion.