AWI e-briefs - 07/21/2011 (Plain Text Version)
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The QCP Threshold for Reasonable Compliance Provides for Factors Beyond Woodworker Control
No matter how carefully a project is planned and managed, sometimes "real world" factors or plain old jobsite chaos can intervene to dictate the end result, even after a woodworker has done everything possible to assert control.
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Where that project is required to be inspected and certified, QCP Policies recognize that occasionally circumstantial factors cannot be ignored when determining compliance. This was the case for two large university projects: The University of Wisconsin Institute for Discovery and the Texas A&M New Music Building.
Click here to read the rest of the article, published in the spring edition of the AWI QCC Quality Times online newsletter.