Category Archives: Quality Control

What Is Turnkey General Contracting?

What Is Turnkey General Contracting? A turnkey contract is a term that describes a business arrangement where the builder or developer finishes construction of a project before turning it over to the owner.¬†Turnkey contracts are common in the real estate industry. In this context, a home or property that is fully functional, needs no upgrades […]

What Is Construction RFI?

What Is Construction RFI? In construction, requests for information (RFI) are used as a communication tool between subcontractors, general contractors, architects and clients. They help keep a project on track with its design, specifications and materials. Formal Communication Tool RFI is a formal communication tool that can be used by any party on a construction […]

On-Line Leak Sealing and Mechanical Repair

Here at the ACMS Group, we hear from people all the time about their experiences with leak sealing, and we provide them with solutions for on-line leak sealing and repair. We strive to provide the information that they need to get certain projects taken care of and understand how it all works.  Leaks Are a […]

The Difference Between Quality Assurance vs Quality Control in Project Management

Quality assurance (QA) and quality control are two terms used in many businesses to describe project management processes. The terms are closely related, but they mean two entirely different things. Don’t beat yourself up if you don’t yet know the difference between the two. Here’s some information about project management quality control¬†and quality assurance and […]

Everything You Need to Know About Hydronic Heating and Cooling Systems

You ask, what are hydronic heating and cooling systems? Hydronic heating and cooling system are among the many systems used in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC). Hydronic systems are heating systems that circulate water through pipes to either heat or cool a building. Another name for hydronic systems is radiant heat systems because they transmit temperature from […]