Construction inspection checklist
Standard construction inspection lists allow inspectors, company operators and University officials to examine and evaluate a construction site to determine whether it meets the standards of the environmental code and construction. For example, the checklist is important to determine whether downstream sites are free of contaminants or if a company has adequate fencing to preserve vegetation and area marking. Site inspectors use the checklist to determine which areas need improvement or corrective action.
Each construction inspection checklist has a waste management and pollution control section. Storage of materials should be located at least 50 feet of water. Handling of materials is subject to federal environmental standards. A site inspector uses the checklist to confirm whether a company or institution has complied with these standards. He also uses the list to recommend solutions to contain materials to prevent spills, leaks and contamination.
Conservation and soil erosion
Site builders should stabilize the floor before laying the foundation and construction. The purpose of the soil stabilization process is to address and treat eroded and seedless areas and parts of the garden soil. The checklist allows the inspector to recommend solutions to stabilize the site.
Classification, control of slopes and sediments
Land and engineering surveyors develop a qualification plan before remodeling the land for the construction of a facility or building. The plan includes activities related to stabilization, or leveling, uneven surfaces such as slopes. The purpose of this is to reduce runoff from wastewater. The grading plan is important in determining how construction workers remove excess materials and control sediment buildup.
The construction inspection checklist allows the site inspector to investigate whether a company has installed a silt fence or a temporary reserve for spills and control runoff. The checklist is also important in determining if too much sediment has been collected in an area.
A certification statement is the last section of the construction inspection checklist. Licensed professionals in the areas of construction site inspection and environmental compliance must prepare the checklist in coordination and under the supervision of a system of government, which may be a company or educational institution. You should ensure that qualified individuals will gather and evaluate information within the checklist. You should also confirm to the best of your knowledge that the information on the checklist is true, accurate and complete.