Engineer Certified Quality Assurance.
That means at the end of construction, the design/inspecting engineer will certify in writing that your home is built to meet or exceed all engineering design requirements and in compliance with applicable codes.
This engineer certified quality assurance is extremely rare in the home building industry.Is that it superioressay.com for folks?
Structural Engineering, Inspections, and Certification are provided by licensed engineers. All good builders know that no home is build perfectly without flaws. Yet we believe that with professional engineering and thorough independent inspection, construction quality is increased and the probability of flaws is significantly reduced.
More. At this moment, we know of no other builder with as complete of engineering, inspection, and certification program as is now employed by Corinthian with our Engineer Certified Quality Assurance program.
Structural Design and Inspections:
The structural engineering is based on a geotechnical engineer’s soil study. The structural engineers collaborate to design the foundation, frame, windstorm systems, truss systems, rafters, and headers.
In addition to inspecting theses items, our engineers also inspect the insulation, roofing, and waterproofing (flashing), code compliance, and very importantly, our engineers inspect for energy efficiency compliance.
Typically, a minimum of 13 independent inspections are completed and passed leading to receiving Engineer Certified Quality Assurance letter.
As an extra measure to insure structural strength over the years, Corinthian requests that all homes be designed to be full “wrapped in plywood” and with all studs, live-load joists, and rafters are 16 inches on center, not 19.2 or 24 inches, as is common among other builders.
Most engineers agree that this design method leads to a home that is built strong and built to last.