Punjab sets up a team to assess building material quality in real estate

Punjab sets up a team to assess building material quality in real estate

Punjab appoints a team to assess the quality of the materials used in real estate constructions in the province. The Punjab government has established teams to assess the quality of construction work and materials used in the province’s major development initiatives.

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There will be more directors and assistant directors from different parts of the world on the crew. They will assess the quality of the materials used in the building of the projects. The local government will be penalized if the quality does not exceed the standards established in the evaluation reports.

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As part of this project, two teams have been assigned to monitor the various parts of the province. They will be working together. Team A will visit building sites and work on projects in the provinces of Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Lahore, and Rawalpindi, as well as the federal capital.

Team B, which includes the divisions of Dera Ghazi Khan, Multan, Sahiwal, Sargodha, and Bahawalpur, would be in charge of supervising the construction of the project. In addition, they will take photographs of the construction site.

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The project’s development costs are estimated to be close to Rs. 5 million. Teams will collect all samples on a weekly basis and submit them to the authorities. However, the selection is not only taken for the purpose of maintaining a check and balance on the quantity. However, it is also used to ensure that projects are of high quality. Punjab establishes a team to evaluate the material quality utilized in real estate developments.

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