Last edited 22 Feb 2021

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Construction record

The Home Quality Mark One, Technical Manual SD239, England, Scotland & Wales, published by BRE in 2018, suggests that for the purpose of the Home Quality Mark, a construction record is:

A clear and systematic record of the quality assurance measures taken, at key stages, to ensure the home’s performance characteristics are being achieved. The format is flexible and should align with existing processes, where possible.

The appropriately qualified person (AQP) is responsible for ensuring the record robustly reflects activities on-site. Examples of sources of evidence that may contribute to the record may include:

The record can be contributed to by multiple people on-site, as long as the AQP oversees the record to ensure it accurately represents the work carried out.

Examples of how a construction record may be kept, include:

--BRE Group

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