Quality Control & Safety


Command Performance Constructors is dedicated to maintaining a safety and quality control record that surpasses clients' expectations. Success in both areas requires that our team be extremely proactive. While we can'tread the future, our highly trained professionals have the experience and foresight to anticipate issues before they happen in the field.

CPC's motto is that no job is too important to jeopardize worker safety, and our goal is to achieve a 100% accident-free workplace. With nearly 200,000 man hours worked over the last three years, wehave had zero incidences and earned a .79 EMR rating. When any of our managers step foot on a site, they are required to obey the same safety rules as CPC's construction crews and carry out the accident prevention mission.

CPC invests in ongoing training and certifications for its team, including:

  • OSHA 10 and 30 Hour Construction Industry Training (EM 385-1-1)
  • Excavation and Trenching Safety
  • CPR and First Aid Certifications
  • PPE supplies provided by CPC

To encourage safe practices by all of our employees, CPC awards a quarterly prize to the worker who best exemplies the company's commitment to health & safety. The recipient is judged according to his or her ability to protect the safety of fellow employees and the public.

Quality Control

When it comes to Quality Control, CPC believes in constructing it right the first time. To ensure client satisfaction we seek measurable results and hire individuals who have the technical knowledge to effectively perform their project-specific duties.

From planning and management to procurement, fabrication, and installation, CPC has developed a quality plan that has clearly established lines of authority and individual responsibilities. First we define success with our clients and then build their vision, all the while keeping records of inspections, certifications, and performance.

CPC modeled its construction quality control systems after the standards and processes of:

  • Construction policies and best practices that have evolved since 1946
  • USACE Construction Quality Management for Contractors
  • DoD standards for Quality Control programs
  • AGC Quality Control Best Practices
  • ASTM Specifications
  • CFRs for Safety

The following methods are used to manage and control a project's work scope, schedule and cost:

  • Corecon(TM) web-based project management system
  • Identification of Definable Features of Work (DFOWs)
  • 3 phases of control system (including subcontractors and suppliers)
  • QC status reporting and look-ahead meetings
  • Impromptu meetings when specific QC issues arise
  • Time, schedule and budget reviews
  • Punch list inspections
  • 8(a) (SBA)
  • Small Disadvantaged Business (SBA)
  • MBE (City of Los Angeles)
  • DBE (CUCP, Department of Transportation)
  • SBE (Port of Long Beach)
  • SB (CA Dept. of General Services)
  • CA A-General Engineering License: #727511