Carolinas AGC's Management-level seminars are designed for project managers, vice presidents, engineers, architects, top management. The seminars consist of two full days, one day, or a half day.

Seminars and Courses Offered

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In-House training where and when you need it!
Set up your training now: Caroline Brigmon | (704) 372-1450 x5224

Construction Quality Management for Contractors (CQM)

Classroom Training
Length: 1 day
CEU: 0.8
Project SuperVISION® Certification Points: 2

The Construction Quality Management (CQM) course for contractors is offered to familiarize contractor personnel with CQM concepts and procedures. Quality Control Managers, including those who function as the Superintendent, are required to have successfully completed the Construction Quality Management for Contractors course within the last five years. Construction Supervisors working on any project through the USACE must pass this course.


  • What Is Construction Quality Management
  • Contractor Quality Control
  • Contractor and Government Responsibilities
  • Contractor's Review
  • Quality Management Planning
  • Review and Acceptance
  • Preconstruction Conference and Coordination Meeting Submittals
  • Quality Management During Construction
  • Three-Phase Control System
  • Documentation
  • Testing
  • Completion of Work
  • Making the System Work
  • The Resident Management System (RMS)

This course is sponsored with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with the instruction by Helane Church, M.S. - Architectural Engineering - Chief of Technical Support/QA Representative for the USACE at Fort Bragg.

U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Helane Church, M. S. Architectural Engineering


Questions about Management Education Courses?
Contact: Caroline Brigman, Director of Training & Workforce | (704) 372-1450 x5230 or