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Construction Management in Kentucky

Kentucky, formally the Commonwealth of Kentucky is a state in the Southeastern United States and one of the states of the Upper South, bordered to the north by Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio; to the east by West Virginia and Virginia; to the south by Tennessee; and the west by Missouri. The Ohio River forms the Commonwealth's northern border. Frankfort is its capital, and Louisville and Lexington are its two major cities. The state's population was estimated to be 4.5 million in 2020. Titan Consulting offers unparalleled construction management services to cater to its valued clients in Kentucky.

CQCM In Construction Management?

Construction management is a strategic approach that deals with managing a project's duration, cost, quality, safety, and scope. Today quality control and safety are becoming more essential considerations for project managers in construction management, which calls for entrusting responsibilities to professionals to streamline the whole process while keeping an oversight on the project development life cycle.

The Construction Quality Control Manager (CQCM) oversees the daily quality control operations linked with specific projects to ensure that all tasks are completed in accordance with the established rules and regulations. The CQCM is also in charge of assessing all documents to ensure they meet existing standards and do not violate any contractual restrictions.

On-site quality control managers evaluate infrastructures physically to ensure that the construction process is carried out correctly. They also collaborate with managers from other departments to ensure that all operations are flawlessly coordinated and monitor their progress and quality of service to provide a final report that includes all of the required data.

Titans Unparalleled Construction Managers in Kentucky

Titans Consulting provides premium construction management services, adhering to the highest service quality and devotion standards. For many years, we have been the leaders in the project management services sector, entrusted by our diversified clientele for our commitment, dedication, transparency, and integrity, while implementing comprehensive yet result-oriented construction management programs coving all major business sectors. Our team comprises professionals with solid and diversified experience in construction management. They are abreast with all the potential risks involved and the latest trends in the industry.

Kickstart Your Career in Construction Management

Titan University provides advanced, in-demand courses to help you become a successful construction manager. We offer a wide range of Construction Management courses, including CMAA Test Preparation & Certification and TITAN University Online Construction Regulation Training ( There are over 10 courses available on this site. These courses prepare students for the CMAA Test ( You will be a certified construction manager if you take and pass the CMAA exam. With our courses, you will not only learn more about becoming a construction manager.

Job Responsibilities of a Quality Control manager

Construction quality control managers from Titan bring years of experience and are certified to ensure that you get the best service possible. According to Titan, the job description and duties of construction quality control managers include but are not limited to:


  • Create, update, and maintain the project submittal log and other project-specific quality control reports.
  • Review shop drawings and submittals for conformance with project specifications by direct review and by leveraging the knowledge and experience of others in the project team when necessary.
  • Chair and document weekly QC meetings with the superintendent and provide written minutes as described in project-specific contract documents.
  • Provide daily QC reports that reinforce activities that are being constructed in conformance with each specific project's established standard and constructively confront any non-conformance to produce the desired outcome in a timely manner.

  • Conduct preparatory, initial, and follow-up meetings to establish an understanding of the standards of care desired for each definable feature of work.
  • Verify and document that all materials received for the project are in conformance with the approved submittal, are handled and stored appropriately, and are installed and acceptable for use in the project.
  • Conduct pre-construction meetings with new and existing subcontractors and the superintendent at least two days before starting each new phase of the work to discuss issues that affect quality.
  • Coordinate and document the testing and commissioning of building systems.
  • Maintain the project "as-built" drawings on a daily basis.
  • Assemble and forward project closeout documents, including O&M manuals, as-builts, and warranties.
  • Stop work if necessary to resolve matters that affect safety and quality and inhibit the logical progress of work.