Commencement – Submittals
Shop Drawings: Shop drawings are submitted to the lead consultant as required. Site conditions are verified and measurements taken prior to preparing shop drawings to ensure accurate installation of work.
Samples: Samples of materials, color and finishes etc. are submitted to the lead consultant for approval. Identical samples are held by our Quality Control Department.
Sample Unit: Samples of typical panels are submitted to the lead consultant for review where necessary. Sample unites remain on site and in our factory as a standard for both manufacture and installation work.
Product Date: Manufacturers’ product date is submitted for each item as required by the Consultant to verify evidence of compliance.
Material Control – Delivery, Storage and Handling
All materials and components are handled carefully to prevent damage and are assessed for compliance prior to production.
Wherever possible, components are not delivered to site until the work of wet trades is complete.
Components are protected from moisture.
Tagging is utilized for identification purposes as necessary and secure storage areas maintained for portable items.
On-Site Activities – Installation
a) All materials and components are delivered to site as per site dimension and shop drawings for installation.
b) Installation takes place in accordance with our own site requirements and manufacturer’s instructions as specified. Necessary site adjustments assure correct and trouble-free installation c) Allowances are made where fixed objects pass through, or project into or around, the periphery of installed work to permit normal movement without restriction. d) Units are set level, plumb, and to line and location. e) All openings are prepared to ensure that square and clean edges are left after cutting. f) Ambient conditions of temperature, humidity and lighting are checked to ensure quality is maintained.
Completion – Adjust and Clean
a) All working parts are adjusted, as required, to operate smoothly without sticking and binding. b) All adjacent surfaces are cleaned and identification marks removed. c) Where necessary, final adjustments are made and installed items are cleaned by removal of tape, temporary identification marks, debris, adhesive, etc. d) Surplus materials, rubbish and debris resulting from the site works are removed and areas are left in a neat and clean condition.