The Quality Control Manager is required to provide the highest level of customer service and relations. They pride themselves in delivering to our clients on every project the utmost professionalism and knowledge. They are responsible for planning, coordinating, scheduling, implementing all quality management aspects of the onsite construction operations. They are responsible and accountable for ensuring the quality control processes are completed on time all the while following internal policies and procedures during project execution.
At Nakasato, our business strategy is to be the most proactive General Contractor and we hold every employee to a relentlessly proactive standard. A relentlessly proactive Quality Control Manager exemplifies:
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The Project Superintendent is the company’s representative assigned the responsibility and authority for daily coordination and direction of the project so it is safe, within budget, on schedule, in compliance with the company’s quality standards and to the customer’s satisfaction. To accomplish this, the Project Superintendent must work in concert with the Project Manager to schedule, plan and direct all field operations to include management of all work by Nakasato’s own forces and that of the subcontractors. The Project Manager and Project Superintendent will work as a complementary team where the sum of their efforts is greater than their individual efforts.
The Project Superintendent has full responsibility for initiating and implementing all pertinent safety and quality control policies and procedures. Additional responsibilities include: review of subcontractor scopes, participation in buyout, adherence to budget and to ensure the construction process and building are completed to the client’s full satisfaction and at the company’s levels of profitability.
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