[Guide] Quality Management with BIM 360

Standardize on a proactive QA/QC process with BIM 360, enabling the whole team to participate in quality inspections from mobile devices. With a proactive construction quality control plan, you’ll gain visibility into all project issues and resolve them earlier. As a result, you’ll reduce rework and stay on schedule. 

When quality control is reactive, mistakes are identified and addressed after other work has been done, exponentially increasing the amount of rework and costs required. Read our guide to learn more!

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