- Design and Construction
- ISO 9000
Quality professionals are frequently asked to establish quality management systems that conform to ISO 9001:2000. To do this effectively is a major challenge, especially for organizations that are not in the manufacturing sector. The ISO 9001:2000 Interpretive Guide for the Design and Construction Project Team is written by design and construction project professionals to assist the modern project management team, (owners, designers, and constructors) in understanding the requirements and developing the appropriate policies and procedures in a cost-effective manner.
This Interpretive Guide updates to the new ISO 9001:2000 standard the guide that the Division originally published in 1997. In this revision, the design and construction community is also provided with advice and concrete examples on establishing and maintaining a quality management system during all aspects of the project process. Teamwork between the owner, the designer and the constructor is clearly laid out in the format of this book. All practitioners in the infrastructure design and construction business can use this guide to improve both internal as well as external processes. The information presented in this guide will give management a competitive edge when it comes to quality processes and efficient operations at both the design and construction ends of the business.
The benefits of accepting the ISO 9001:2000 standards as the quality management system for your organization will be realized once these principles and processes are put in place. If certification to ISO 9001 is your goal, this guide will also assist you in identifying what must be included in your quality management program.
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