Multifamily Quality Control Inspectors use their advanced understanding of the green buildings and energy efficiency industry to ensure all energy retrofit work was done properly and the multifamily building is performing as expected.
Multifamily Quality Control Inspectors are building performance specialists who ensure the completion, appropriateness, and quality of energy efficiency installations and upgrades to multifamily buildings. Multifamily Quality Control Inspectors conduct inspections and audits and review building performance data on newly constructed buildings to verify the project meets necessary requirements. For building retrofits, they verify the work was performed according to the work plan, specifications, and standards. Quality Control Inspectors visually observe work quality, perform building diagnostics to test material and equipment performance, record their findings and concerns, and specify corrective actions as necessary. Multifamily Quality Control Inspectors may conduct site inspections before work begins, during work progress, and after the work is complete. Quality Control Inspectors produce high quality, technical inspection reports that capture on-site conditions. They review and verify the technical merits of energy efficiency measures including the energy cost-savings calculations and help create quality control plans for future operations and maintenance activities. Multifamily Quality Control Inspectors interact with building owners, building occupants, contractors, installers, and manufacturer representatives to address questions or concerns about installed equipment or programmatic information.