Defect Free

Emerging technologies and greater efficiencies are increasing expectations for the delivery of construction projects defect free. At the date of practical completion a project should be complete and free from deficiencies, which may include anything from marks on walls, paint splashes or failure to execute the work in accordance with the specification.

SHAPE Targets Perfect Delivery which among other things encompasses achieving a ‘defect free’ handover. By doing this it gives a client confidence the project will be delivered when programmed thus reducing any disruption after they have moved into their new space. Perfect Delivery can be difficult to achieve and its management relies on understanding client expectations and differing perspectives.

This white paper serves to provide an understanding of the Perfect Delivery cornerstone of achieving a defect free handover, as well as explaining the critical elements for delivering optimum results on projects.

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