Professional construction supervision and monitoring of quality, implementation, prices and deadlines
In general, the technical supervisor takes control of specific activities of the builder – the customer of the construction work (i.e. the investor) during the implementation of the project and after its completion involving mainly in the quality control of construction and implementation of advocacy investor.
Technical supervisor’s responsibilities:
Providing administrative activities (handover protocol of the construction site, managing control days, requesting the final inspectation of the construction, representing the investor in negotiations with the parties of the final building approval proceedings, etc.)
Acceptance of completed construction works,
Inspection and acceptance of partial construction works which will be covered by other construction works
Making a list of all defects and unfinished work
Verification of supplier invoices
Checking the construction diary
Monitoring of the project implementation with respect to the building permit and resolving any possible changes, etc.
Monitoring of implementation documentation and its changes
Monitoring of deadlines based on a defined schedule
The essential part of his/her duties is a continuous quality control of construction including the project; therefore it is essential that the technical supervisor is appropriately qualified and experienced
Not every investor understands construction issues in detail. Sometimes it is difficult without having much experience to find out poor quality or overpriced work. Therefore, it is recommended to leave the monitoring of the implementation up to professionals who already know what they need to watch out for.
Technical supervision on the construction site is in some cases even mandated by law. For example, the Act no 183 of 2006 Coll., on town and country planning and building code (Building Act) defines the obligation of the builder to ensure the technical supervision of the builder (the investor) is in place if the implementation is carried out by a contractor (even if only partially) it is financed from the public budget.
Similar obligation may arise from terms of some subsidies or from terms of co-financing banking institutions.
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