Carrie Gruber is the President of Columbia Building Group, Inc. Carrie went to college for business and continued on as a business woman in the garment industry for seven years. While working with her father at the Ironhorse Country Club, her interests changed from the garment industry to the real estate industry. As her father began constructing buildings she moved more and more into the field of project contracting.
Carrie's Cell 561-719-9257
Mr. Gruber Vice President gained the trust and respect of AUTEC's contracting officers and never left. Today however, although his heart will always be on Andros, he's ready to expand and bring Columbia to new and exciting places.
Mike's Cell 561-719-5333
Columbia Building Group, Inc. proudly employs US Army Corps of Engineers Construction Quality Management certified people. Utilizing their expertise they implement Construction Quality Control Plans (CQCP) for each project to ensure remedial and construction procedures are performed in compliance with the plans and specifications under all contracts and to provide a means to maintain effective quality control at all job sites. Columbia Building’s quality control measures include quality control organization; methods of performing, documenting, and enforcing quality control operations of both the prime subcontractor and their lower-tiered subcontractors (including inspection and testing); inspections to be performed; and protocol describing corrective actions.
Overall management of the CQCP is the responsibility of the Contractor’s Quality Control Manager (QCM). The QCM has the authority to act in all construction quality control CQC matters and is responsible for ensuring that all materials and work comply with the contract specifications. All inspection and testing firms are at the disposal of the QCM to ensure that all aspects of work are compliant with the contract. The QCM reports any deviations from the CQCP to the On-site Project Manager.
QCM responsibilities include:
The QCM will be responsible for implementing the CQC Plan by ensuring that quality materials and supplies are provided for the proposed project, and that good workmanship is provided in all aspects of this contract. The QCM will report directly to the On-site Project Manager and will complete daily site inspections to ensure compliance with the quality control specifications.
It is anticipated that the AUTEC representative and the Contractor’s QCM will meet frequently in order to forecast and/or prevent any potential problems from arising. An on-site quality control meeting will be conducted on a regular basis as part of the progress meetings in order to review performance during the previous period of work, and prepare for the upcoming periods of work.
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