Every modern builder wants to deliver quality. Simple as that. But guaranteeing that quality involves more and more over time. What exactly is quality assurance? What does it contribute to my company? And how do we apply it?
On this overview page, we tell you everything you need to know to be completely ready to run your next successful construction project. This is how we keep delivering quality simple, saving you time so you can get back to the real work.
We start with the introduction in which we tell you where to start with quality assurance. Did you already read the introduction, or are you already more advanced? Then navigate directly to what is of interest to you:
Quality assurance: where do I start?
Quality assurance, what does that mean exactly? In this introduction we explain what quality assurance is and why it is important to secure quality. We will help you on your way with the articles below.
1. What is quality assurance? (Blog, 2022)
By quality assurance we mean the set of measures, policies and best practices that are necessary to meet important quality and regulatory objectives. Planning, implementation and correction are activities that are part of the process called quality assurance. In the article above, we discuss quality assurance, how it works and why it is important.
Quality assurance: how to apply it
What quality assurance entails is clear. It is time for the next step: getting started. In the ‘Application’ category you will find articles that will help you implement and improve quality assurance within your organisation.
Not every tool is the right solution for every company. By following the steps below you will find the quality assurance software that best suits your company. We will discuss this further in the article above.
how do others do it?
If you start working with quality assurance yourself, it is nice to see how someone else does it. How does it work? How do fellow builders experience the difference that digital quality assurance makes? You can read about it in the following case studies.
1. Quality assurance taken a step further: how it’s done at Draisma Bouw (Case study, 2022)
The law to form a joint standard in construction has been postponed in recent years, but now it seems that it will really go into effect in 2024. That also applies to Draisma Bouw, which is already starting to ‘practice’. This is not only to be well prepared for the WKB (Quality Assurance Act), but also because every builder knows it’s to deliver quality. Read more about their experiences in the article above.
2. PlanGarant Netherlands: Quality control is essential throughout the process (Case study, 2022)
“It is not a program that forces you to follow a certain process,” says Broeze. “You decide for yourself what the process is like and the program fits in with that. We as a company also find it important that the builders’ process remains as is as much as possible, and that we can connect to it [with Prostream]. And not the other way around.” Read more about PlanGarant’s experience in the article above.
3. VEBIDAK: the construction industry could make good use of time saved (Case study, 2022)
“There was a need for a system for digital inspection and reporting. We already did that digital reporting, so we didn’t get very far, but that digital inspection was really important because we noticed that more and more clients were already doing that themselves. Makes sense, because that way you can easily exchange data with each other. And we’re not even talking about the time savings it generates. That is how we ended up at Snagstream (the predecessor of Prostream) from Pro4all.” Read more about VEBIDAK’s experience in the article above.
Do you want to know more about quality assurance? Or are you curious about what else we have published on this topic? Below you will find all additional blogs that have been written on the subject of quality assurance.