Our Edge

Quality Control

Ouality Control The foundation of our success is built upon our quality control that utilizes several layers of quality checks. Supervisors are directly involved with each program, and job inspections are conducted at multiple levels beginning with the custodial staff that is required to inspect their own work after completion. Our QC procedures includes but not limited to the followings:

  • Accurate inspections by supervisors
  • Quarterly quality Assurance inspections
  • Random unscheduled inspections by senior management

Our multi-level system of quality control works to ensure that a consistent, quality cleaning job is performed at your facility. With the entire company committed to quality, our ownership personally guarantees that you will receive a level of professional service in accordance with your business demands.


Planning Construction planning involves the choice of technology, definition of work tasks, estimation of the required resources and durations for individual tasks, and the identification of any interactions among other task orders.

Our construction planning is the basis for developing the budget and the schedule for work. Developing the construction plan is a critical task in the management of construction, even if the plan is not written or otherwise formally recorded. During past few years we reached to the point that finalizing a construction contract within project timeline greatly reduces the associated cost such as overheads, machinery, transportation and labor costs. We found that finalizing a project 5% sooner that contract timeline will save 10% in overall pre-estimated cost for the subject contract.


The supply of contractors greatly exceeds the demand of construction projects. Even in a recessionary market, contractors struggle to find capable estimators, managers, superintendents and foremen to enhance margins, reduce risks and preserve their bottom line. We have field managers with "can-do" attitude. Our project estimators are evaluated on their accuracy (estimated costs compared to actual costs) and the relative labor expenditure on performed projects.