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Working with DSSR on the East Anglia ONE North project

Working with DSSR on the East Anglia ONE North project

As a leading Quality Site Inspection company that has been championing quality in construction for an array of clients for the last 28 years, we are pleased to announce that

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David Pugh (MICWCI) meets with Meredith Whilden (FICWCI)

David Pugh (MICWCI) meets with Meredith Whilden (FICWCI)

David Pugh (MICWCI) has been shortlisted for The ICWCI Building on Quality Awards and he met with Mr Meredith Whilden (FICWCI), one of the members of the ICWCI judging panel,

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Redevelopment of NUM Headquarters, Sheffield

Redevelopment of NUM Headquarters, Sheffield

Sheffield’s City Centre is home to many iconic landmarks such as the Winter Gardens, Kelham Island Museum and The Crucible and Lyceum Theatre to name just a few. With it

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Graham Foster (MICWCI) meeting members of the ICWCI judging panel

Graham Foster (MICWCI) meeting members of the ICWCI judging panel

Graham Foster has been shortlisted for two projects for The ICWCI Building on Quality Awards and he met with members of the ICWCI judging panel recently to show them the

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No pressure here!

No pressure here!

This leaking boiler needs to be repaired to avoid boiler pressure from reducing. If left unfixed, it would create staining but overall gives a warning about the standard of installation

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Did you say you wanted a smooth finish?

Did you say you wanted a smooth finish?

Here is a classic backbox/boarding issue. Any repair would unlikely be seamless and will adversely affect the quality of finishes to the building.

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Where slenderness is not a good thing

Where slenderness is not a good thing

This image shows wall ties inappropriately modified on site – slenderness ratio of the wall is increased so the wall could be unstable causing anything from collapse to cracking and

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Imperfections could affect final finish or even fire resistance!

Imperfections could affect final finish or even fire resistance!

This is an example of poor workmanship. Poor plasterboard joints and fixing will reduce fire resistance if there is a requirement for this. Imperfections will reduce the ability to get

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Severe honey combing

Severe honey combing

We love a good defect like this one. Whether the concrete is structural or providing fire protection it is not doing its job.

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Out of square reveal

Out of square reveal

Not only would this be unsightly, it may also affect the furniture layout.  It could also have structural implications if out of level floor by the floor.

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