Quality Management in Construction provides visibility of inspection reports and quality records/exhibits from the quality teams. You can visualise the quality requests using the Smart Planner tool that displays data in the form of Gantt charts. One of the pillars of the project delivery process is controlling the quality of the products or services offered by the construction company. Project specifications typically set quality standards for a project and, by reference, become part of the contract between the project owner and the contractor. All contractors strive for quality control, but in general most contractors do not have a robust quality control process in place. Often they also don't have a written program. Traditionally, project managers are responsible for the quality of their work. And the director relies on various craftsmen to follow normal industry practices when it comes to quality of work. Such a process relies heavily on the skills, knowledge, discretion, diligence of the worker and the permanent and careful supervision of the supervisor.