You certainly don’t want to leave something out of your quality control plan that's needed or will get your plan rejected. On the other hand, you don’t want to add any unnecessary complexity either.
Construction Quality Assurance/Quality Control Blog
No sense reinventing the wheel... Using a template is a good starting point to develop your quality control plan.
If you want a shot at winning a government construction contract, you'll want to dive in and tackle the mound of documents you'll need for your comprehensive quality control plan.
This is the first in a series designed for general contractors to take some of the frustration out of understanding your client’s quality assurance and quality control plan requirements.
Every quality driven construction company needs a written QA/QC Framework. Your QA/QC Framework will act as your company standard for setting and establishing quality-related activities across all divisions and projects.
Even if you already have a written set of policies and procedures, your QA/QC framework will help put those details into perspective as part of a well thought out, integrated quality system.