Miyamoto has developed construction-supervision tools and methods for remote and challenging environments
[dropcap]M[/dropcap]iyamoto has extensive experience providing construction supervision services, quality control and quality assurance (QA/QC) in the most challenging environments. We carried out large-scale construction supervision and construction quality-control programs after major international disasters, such as the 2010 Haiti earthquake and the 2015 Nepal earthquake.
Many buildings fail in earthquakes due to lack of quality control and oversight during their construction. These services need to be provided by a strong team of locally trained engineers. Quality-control plans developed must identify milestones during construction when the quality of construction materials and construction practices are tested and monitored. Our field and job-site experience also shows that inadequate supervision can lead to schedule and budget overruns.
Miyamoto has developed construction-supervision tools and methods that can be implemented in remote areas or challenging environments, such as in the aftermath of disasters or politically and socially unstable conditions.
We have trained thousands of local engineers around the globe in proper construction supervision. This capacity and skills remains in country for generations, leading to improved construction practices long after projects are completed.
Miyamoto also serves in a project and construction management role, and has successfully overseen the safe building or rebuilding of schools and homes.
We have trained thousands of engineers in proper construction supervision.
Many buildings fail in earthquakes due to lack of quality control and oversight during their construction