Avoidable errors cost the industry approx. £5bn per year in the UK. Which is higher than the average profit levels across the industry (around 3%).
Groundbreaking research found that nearly 40% of accidents happen during rework.
- Inadequate planning
- Late design changes
- Poorly communicated design information
- Poor culture in relation to quality
- Poorly coordinated design information
- Inadequate attention paid in the design to construction
- Excessive commercial (financial and time) pressure
- Poor interface management and design
- Ineffective communication between team members
- Inadequate supervisory skills
i-QMS ensures quality sits at the heart of any project in the built environment, utilising best practice from other industries. From driving the right behavioural techniques to gaining full buy-in and alignment, our approach addresses the flowdown of quality requirements, through the entire project life-cycle, from client brief to asset acceptance and adoption.
Our methodology delivers an objective driven approach and develops the extended Integrated Project Team (IPT) with all stakeholders and supply chain partners, through each phase of the project. Fostering collaboration throughout the team and ensuring the baton of quality is successfully transferred and managed at each potential point of failure.
Our i-QMS approach is modular and tailored for every client’s needs. Applied as a standard approach across an organisation, it ensures a quality driven culture, but can equally be focused to problem solve on a major programme or strengthen elements of your supply chain.