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Fabrication Quality Control Systems

Marcon dedicates a team of quality management professionals to identify and affirm project intricacies. We employ 5S methodologies and Kaizen strategies to promote continuous improvement within our manufacturing process.

Quality Assurance Management

Marcon’s quality assurance team works directly with internal and external design and engineering teams to interpret and integrate project intricacies into our quality control protocols. These procedures are guided by our own quality management manual and are fully integrated into our proprietary ERP system.

We routinely maintain and calibrate our cutting-edge technologies to ensure high speed and high volume fabrication capabilities—attributes that clients expect from Marcon. Throughout our process, we produce sign-offs at each key phase to confirm project requirements and solicit third-party testing to reaffirm weld integrity.

Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) Protocols

  • Visual Examination
  • Magnetic Particle Inspection (MPI)
  • Dye Penetrant Inspection (DP)
  • Ultrasonic Testing (UT)
Fabrication Quality Assurance

Assurance Made Accessible

The principles of our process are inspired by the philosophy of Six Sigma. Therefore, in order to isolate and examine independent parts of our process, we’ve developed a proprietary ERP to guide daily activities. Known as Axxis, our system provides clients with updates on key project phases and access to key project materials via our online portal. This portal is a snapshot of the detailed daily diagnostics that uphold Marcon’s high standards of quality.

Machine Trimmings

Quality Confirmed

Our quality management system is informed by forty years of service within various infrastructure sectors. We have collaborated with leading contractors, constructors and government agencies to contribute traceable components to key fixtures of our North American landscape. Through this, our in-house quality management manual has been audited and has achieved acceptance within the Ministry of Transportation across British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon and the Northwest Territories; among other external corporate and government parties.

Finger Joint Inspection