Quality Assurance and Control

The strength of every member of our team is always assessed for any position that they hold within the organization. We are endowed with quality managers who play key roles in ensuring the work done in every stage of the project life, we as well have quality superintendent whose role is to oversee the performance of every sector within WTS community and give reports on what is to be adjusted and what ought to be rewarded.

Within the quality assurance plan, we focus on the key aspects that that satisfies the client’s needs without compromising the standards of operations. Our management always works on ensuring that the going concerns in terms of the future effects of the project, the probable occurrences are put in play to ensure that the client is perfectly understanding the nature of the design principles and the serviceability measures for the project at large. We normally achieve this by doing cross-checks on a weekly or monthly basis that ensures that the project’s life is on track. Suppliers and subcontractors play an important role in the project life, we ensure that proper surveillance on the quality of the stock received for the verification of the engineering threshold. This means that we do anything that we can to ensure that our client’s specifications are met without compromise. In most cases, our clients do not specify the codes to be applied for the project, in which case, we specify to them.



Operations that involve the verification of the right quality, quantity and the value for the desired results is normally performed through the inspections and tests. We have devised many techniques that enable us to ascertain the desired results for any given project. Some tests done include concrete compressive strength test, or even a system function (determined by plumbing pressure test). All kinds of tests done will be listed in the course and after the entire project is done. We include a comprehensive report on the same. Most quality control plan specifications require us to submit procedures for conducting task inspections. We find it a good practice to include these procedures even if the client doesn’t specifically ask for them.

Our inspection procedure includes the following:

  • Make sure that work is ready to begin
  • Handle material receiving and inspections
  • Monitor work in process
  • Verify that completed work meets project specifications


Control of non-conformances

In the construction operations, unexpected results might be experienced. In such a situation, we devise mechanisms for handling them.

Typical non-conformance procedures include:

  • Preventing cover-ups
  • Enforcing corrective actions
  • Record keeping of the incident
  • Lessons learnt Project completion inspections.

All the things that we have discussed so far have had to do with individual tasks and phases of work. We will conduct inspections and punch out near the end of the project to assure that all the contracted work is completed as per the specifications.


Guiding Principles

  • Adherence to the anticipated quality of the client
  • Respect to our community both within the organization and outside the firm
  • Collective responsibility and unanimous decision making for both short-term and long-term development.
  • Excellent work in all undertakings within the company
  • Knowledge sharing through interpersonal discussions
  • Simple documentation and operational procedures for ease of access by the clients and any authorized party.