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Last edited 20 Sep 2021
Process control and monitoring
DfMA Overlay to the RIBA Plan of Work, Mainstreaming Design for Manufacture and Assembly in Construction, 2nd Edition, published by the RIBA in 2021, defines process control and monitoring as: ‘A formal system of statistical controls and standardised procedures to ensure that the journey from design to construction is consistent and repeatable, thereby assuring quality and reliability. Production is monitored and variations plotted between control limits which, if exceeded, trigger corrective actions before critical limits are reached.’
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