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Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
FOOLPROOF EFFICIENCY Offering a tested, almost automatic method, Fred Nashed'sArchitectural Quality Controlhelps expedite and ensure sound checking procedures to produce, consistent high-quality construction documents. Proven on more than 120 major architectural projects, and used in his highly successful quality-control consultancy, Fred Nashed's program provides: Step-by-step methods for ensuring quality during the production of construction drawings Involves each member of the team in the checking process Uses an innovative checking label methodology for reviewing the drawings from each discipline At-a-glance information that's clear and convenient Thorough background information including code issues More than 100 detailed drawings and diagrams featuring real-world examples Expert tips on starting an architectural quality control business based on the author's personal experience Fred Nashed's step-by-step, team approach drastically reduces errors, conflicts, and omissions in architectural documents. It greatly reduces expenses associated with these oversights.ONE OF THE MOST EFFICIENT METHODS FOR ARCHITECTURAL QUALITY CONTROL: Methodology * The Checking Labels * Checking the Exterior Envelope * Checking Interior Drawings * Checking Consultant Drawings * Concluding the Checks * Starting a Quality Control BusinessNashed, Fred is the author of 'Architectural Quality Control An Illustrated Guide', published 2005 under ISBN 9780071439206 and ISBN 007143920X.