Quality management in construction

Kökçüoğlu, Ertan


Quality integrated earned value management for construction projects
Akgün, Eray; Atasoy Özcan, Güzide; Department of Civil Engineering (2019)
Today, construction sector is one of the leading sectors in the world employing millions of people and creating an economy of billions of dollars. Therefore, such a huge sector must be under control during its all stages in terms of its main components namely; cost, time and quality to achieve a unique scope. Numerous studies focus on tracking the components of cost and schedule. One of the most commonly used methods is EVM (Earned Value Management). EVM is a powerful progress measurement method, integratin...
Quality management system in non-destructive testing laboratories: Accreditation as a testing laboratory
Gür, Cemil Hakan (1998-09-01)
This article presents the quality assurance system established in the NDT Laboratories of the Middle East Technical University - Welding Technology and NDT Centre in Ankara, Turkey. The quality assurance system is based on the requirements of EN 45001 : 'General criteria for the operation of testing laboratories'. In 1995 the quality system activities began, and these NDT laboratories were audited and accredited as a testing laboratory by DAR-Germany in November 1996.
Quality information system design for performance appraisal of a self-directed team in a private hospital
Elmasyazar, Esin; Köksal, Gülser; Özdemirel, Nur Evin; Department of Industrial Engineering (1997)
Quality Assessment of Backfill Performance for an Underground Iron Mine in Turkey
Yardımcı, Ahmet Güneş; Karpuz, Celal; Güner, Doğukan (2016-09-14)
Quality Assessment of Backfill Performance for an Underground Iron Mine in Turkey
Karpuz, Celal (2016-09-12)
A hybrid underground mining method is selected for Karacat iron orebody located mid-south east of Turkey. For production levels at higher elevations above 1497, sublevel stoping with stope dimensions of 10 x 25 m is proposed. Below this level, production is planned to proceed with 5x5m cut & fill stopes. Production sequence is arranged for primary and secondary stopes in the sublevels of upper levels. Rock mass properties for the orebody and host rock units were characterized by geotechnical investigations....
Citation Formats
E. Kökçüoğlu, “Quality management in construction,” Middle East Technical University, 1997.