Implications of quality management systems in the building industry
Himanshu Hooda, Hardik Dhull
In addition, in today's current construction practises, it is rapidly becoming into a component that is absolutely necessary to have. As part of this thesis, we are going to look at quality management systems that are geared for smaller contractors. The only persons who can be held responsible for the overall quality of a project are the contractors who worked on it, and this is true regardless of the work that was done or the project that was undertaken. After interrogating the contractors in a variety of different ways, this study is carried out in a variety of various methods. In order to conduct an analysis of the data acquired from the different searches, the Relative Importance Index (RII) method was used. The average and the middle point of each component that the project is built on were discussed and rated according to RII. The result that was calculated based on the components that were obtained is the highest rank, which shows that a review of the system that was carried out by the top management at a pre-defined period was the provision of maximum and adequate resources for the purpose of carrying out duties.