Inspection check list

  • Drawing attached and mark up of area

  • Brickwork is to the standard and quality set out in the approved sample panel.

  • Blockwork is to the standard and quality set out in the approved sample panel.

  • Wall ties, l-shaped ties, head restraints and other steel sundries are installed correctly .

  • All horizontal and vertical DPCs are installed correctly and to specification.

  • Membranes, weep vents and/or air bricks are installed correctly.

  • Brickwork and blockwork is set out correctly to position, line and gauge.

  • All openings are correct to current drawings and have been set to the height and position required

  • Have all cavities been cleaned and are free from debris.

  • Are all concrete or steel lintels installed correctly to position and height.

  • Are all heads, columns and other abutments of walls closed and sealed as per architects requirements.

  • DPCs are installed in the correct heights and positions.

  • Acceptance of trial panel

  • Air temp check +3C and rising

  • Visual inspection and picking of reclaimed bricks

  • Type of bond

  • Installation of reinforcing expanded metal meshwork

  • Position and installation of movement joints

  • Wall Thickness

  • Ground level change in brick

  • Type of pointing

  • Head restraint ties are installed correctly

  • Curing / Protection Method

  • Cleanliness of facing brick

  • Photos are available for this inspection or handover.

This inspection sheet confirms that the item or area detailed above is 100% completed in line with the current specification, drawings and pre agreed sample panels although still remaining the sub-contractors responsibility until practical completion has been achieved.

  • Signed on behalf of Sub Contractor

  • Signed on behalf of Main Contractor

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