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Last edited 26 Nov 2021
Measurement system analysis
Introduction to Construction Quality Planning, Applying APQP to construction manufacturing, published by the Construction Innovation Hub in December 2019, states: ‘Measurement System Analysis (MSA) is a tool that is used to validate measurement systems. This can include subjective measuring equipment such as templates used while checking that the wall colours are to customer specifications; to automated sensor equipment that provide measured values for indoor air quality. MSA looks not only at the equipment being used but also human factors, environment, location and the inspection process. A complete MSA study can provide confidence, to all parties involved in the construction process, that the data has been validated through a comprehensive process.’
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