Course of Construction Inspections

Mitigate risk and ensure a quality product

Pacific InterWest’s on-site construction progress inspections are performed by PIW’s ICC-certified inspectors to the requirements for third-party inspectors as prescribed in California Civil Code Title 7, Section 43.99. SB800 affords confidentiality between the developer and the third-party inspection firm, so the inspection reports can be detailed and thorough, allowing maximum effective QA/QC benefit.

Inspections are made at the following building stages:

  • Pre-Construction Job Kickoff and Phase Meetings
  • Below-Grade Waterproofing
  • Foundation and Vapor Barrier
  • Framing Exterior (Sheath and Shear)
  • Pre-Wrap Waterproofing
  • Podium or Pool Waterproofing
  • Building Envelope (Walls)
  • Lumber Moisture Certification
  • MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing)
  • Framing (Interior)
  • Fire and Sound
  • Gyp-Crete
  • Balcony Waterproofing
  • Roof Deck Waterproofing
  • Roof Dry-in and Finish (Ground- or Aerial-based)
  • HouseReady Inspections
  • Random ‘Back Check’ Reinspections
PIW inspectors at construction jobsite
Building covered with scaffolding under construction
aerial view of rooftop after dry in with finish materials stacked on roof
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