Quality Assurance Systems & Insurance Policy Details
Sparks+Partners strive to meet ISO 9000 quality management standards, to ensure that our products and services consistently meet customer’s requirements, and that quality is continually improved. We have been ICS accredited since 1994. Sparks & Partners utilise brokers for our Professional Indemnity, Public Liability, Workers Compensation and Office Equipment insurances as required by law for professional purposes.
Quality Assurance System (QAS)Sparks & Partners' initial QAS was prepared by Douglas & Partners Pty Ltd and has been established to meet requirements of AS3901 and AS2990 Category A in relation to design projects undertaken by Sparks & Partners Consulting Engineers and are documented in our Quality Manual (outlines elements of the QAS) and System Procedures Manual (details administrative and management procedures and responsibilities for each element of the QAS). QASs are progressively implemented on all new projects with a view to obtaining substantial implementation required by the NSW Public Works Department. Copies of our manuals are available for examination by prior arrangement. Each staff member is provided with job description and task procedures. All staff are fully qualified for the various tasks they are employed to carry out. Principals and directors are fully qualified and members of Professional Associations. Revit and MEP approved.
ISO 9000 Quality Management StandardsCurrently accredited to ISO 9001:2015 under Registration QAC/R61/0063 On 27 April, 1998, G J Sparks & Partners obtained accreditation with ISO 9001 1994 with International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and have maintained and obtained an updated accreditation since. We carry out regular internal audits and in accordance with the quality manual and have an external audit completed each year by ISO.
Current InsurancesCopies of certificates of currency for any of our policies may be issued on request: – Professional Indemnity of $10 million – Public Liability of $20 million – Workers Compensation in accordance with standard requirements – Office Equipment insurances as required by law for professional purposes
Additional & Related ServicesWorkshop and penetration drawings Cost plans, budgets and estimating Tendering advice Feasibility studies Infrastructure assessments Site Investigations and Quality Control DAs and Construction Certificates Contract management and procurement