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CoMET Business Council Develops Third CoMET Tales

from GBA

Dealing with Confusing Language in the Quality-Requirements Section of Construction Specifications is the title of the third publication in the new CoMET Tales series of practice briefings developed by GBA's Construction-Materials Engineering and Testing (CoMET) Business Council. According to the new publication, "One of the biggest flaws of model project specifications is their definitions of QA and QC. For example… MasterSpec defines QA as 'activities, actions and procedures performed before and during execution of the work' and QC as 'tests, inspections, procedures and related actions during and after execution of the work.' This language is made even more confusing by MasterSpec's failure to attach responsibility to QA or QC, instead assigning responsibilities to both constructors and the owner." more

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