Construction Quality Management CQM/CQC

Required by USACE and NAVFAC

What Is CQM

Construction Quality Management (CQM) for Contractors is the performance of tasks which ensure that construction is performed according to plans and specifications, on time, within a defined budget, and a safe work environment.

Why Attend

The CQM certification is required for Army Corps of Engineers and Navy construction contracts. This course provides training on the CQM concepts and procedures used in Naval Facilities Engineering Command and Army Corps of Engineers construction contracts. These concepts fit perfectly with commercial construction work, taking CQM down to the working level and familiarizing participants with the importance of the all parts of the contract: safety, quality, environmental, etc.

Who Should Attend

This course must be taken and passed by any contractor selected to do work for the Army Corps or NAVFAC. Attendees who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate that is required by Army Corps and Navy construction contracts. The certificate is valid for 5 years. CQM can be applied successfully to private-sector work. All managers in charge of quality, at both general and sub-contractor companies, will benefit from this course.

To Register

Visit the ABC calendar for upcoming classes. Confirmations & directions will be emailed within one week of the program start date. For questions or to learn about custom programs, contact Jennifer Landon, 603-226-4789.