Construction Inspection - Specifications and Pre-Project Planning
Construction plans and specifications are the written instructions for the project, and are complex documents, even for small jobs. The inspector must review both the plans and the specifications for the project prior to construction start-up, and constantly check to see all work complies with these construction documents.
General specifications establish the scope of the project, and include definitions regarding project work and expectations. Technical specifications define the quality of work to be done, and often describe material and equipment to be used. Plans are a graphic description of the project design, and depict the actual finished condition of the project. This course emphasizes the importance of strong plans and specifications to protect both the owner and the contractor.
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