Zvirzdinas Romas

COMPARISON BETWEEN QUALITY REQUIREMENTS IN NORMS AND ACTUAL CLIENT EXPECTATIONS

In these days, when building facades covered almost entirely by glass is nothing to be surprised about and when there are so much more possibilities to use glass in more ways than just as a transparent object separating outside from inside, there is a big need for professionals capable of producing high quality up-to date products. But what can be taken as a quality standard nowadays?

Today top three flat glass markets that have the most potential for growth are: Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa, The United States. This article will try to showcase the differences of so called “quality standard” as defined in European and United States norms and to compare them to the quality standard stated in client’s specifications. Some of the quality requirements stated in norms and clients expectations are presented in real life situations for comparison.

  • Company:GLASSBEL BALTIC UAB
  • Short Bio:In 2012 received a master’s degree in civil engineering at Vilnius Gediminas Technical University in Vilnius, Lithuania. From year 2012 till now been working at GLASSBEL - architectural glass processing and insulated glass production company situated in Lithuania. For almost four years been working as an engineer and in the year 2016 became head of quality at GLASSBEL – responsible for product compliance to standards and their implementation in production.
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