Quality in construction design best practice tool: an aid to 'design right first time'.

Location: Online

Date: Thursday 13th October 2022

Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Cost: Free (Open to GIRI members and qualified industry professionals)

How important is it for you to be able to track and measure the quality and maturity of a design through the early stages of a project to ‘get design right’ and ensure construction success?

Studies into the cost and origin of error in construction conducted by the GIRI have identified that inadequate quality processes in the planning and design stages of a project are major contributors to quality, cost and timing issues on projects worldwide. 

In order to address these challenges, the Chartered Quality Institute recently published Construction Project Lifecycle guidelines which recommended the key ‘quality steps’ required to maximise success in construction projects.

Since then a small team of global experts got together and developed the Quality in Construction Design Best Practice Tool that can be applied to any project to enable clients and project teams to better measure, control and monitor the quality of design in the early project stages.

The tool is intended for use during the concept and developed design stages of a project. 

This presentation will cover the background and development of the tool, how it is being used and its key benefits to a project team.



David Myers - programme manager and construction quality management expert, Shirley Parsons, UK.

Helen Soulou – head of programme assurance, Restoration & Renewal Delivery Authority Ltd - Houses of Parliament, UK and GIRI board member.

Anita McReynolds-Lidbury – director, quality assurance and quality control, Austin Transit Partnership, USA


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