While most businesses in the construction industry talk about quality, few have the processes in place to guarantee it. Triune is one of those that do.

A meaningful quality assurance program begins while your project is being designed and budgeted, and includes a clear definition of your objectives. Once those objectives are agreed upon, our project team develops a detailed strategy for achieving the targeted results and our commitments to the process.

The selection of proper materials and systems is essential to the long-term quality and maintainability of your project. As the design phase progresses, we work with the architect to provide you with various design alternatives and a cost/benefit analysis so that you can determine the effects that specific materials will have on your budget, including the quality and durability of your building.

During construction, Triune project managers provide a quality control review of each subcontractor’s proposed products for conformance with contract documents. In addition, the project manager and our on-site supervisory staff hold pre-construction meetings with all significant contractors. It is here that we establish the standards for performance and provide continuing reviews and inspection of installed work. To ensure the projects proper completion, detailed checklists are used to monitor the quality on important segments of the work.

We often recommend the use of independent testing agencies to perform materials testing of our work, including excavation, concrete, steel, paving, masonry, etc. This helps us verify that each job conforms to accepted design and engineering standards.