During a construction project, the project owner is responsible for the execution of the works and their compliance with the regulations in force. One of the tools that allows him to ensure this compliance is the file of executed works (DOE). But how to integrate the regulations in this document and ensure the compliance of your site?
What is a DOE?
The file of executed works is a document which gathers all the information relative to a construction project, and in particular the technical specifications, the procedures of realization of work and the administrative documents. It is essential to ensure that the works performed comply with the specifications and regulations in force especially if the work involves structural work or structural renovation such as the renovation of a frame.
How to integrate regulations into the DOE?
In order to integrate the regulations in the file of executed works, you must make sure that all the technical, administrative and legal information is well integrated and up to date. First, you must ensure that the Special Technical Specifications (STS) are up to date and incorporated into the DOE. The CCTP is a document which details the technical and administrative specifications of the construction project and which must be validated by the project owner. It must be updated regularly to ensure that the work complies with current regulations. You must also integrate the documents related to public or private contracts. These documents are essential to ensure that the work is carried out according to the specifications and regulations in force. You must also include the Receiving Work Record (RWR). The TRD is a document that details the results of the tests and controls carried out at the end of the work and ensures that the site complies with the specifications and regulations.
How to ensure the compliance of the site?
Once all the necessary information has been integrated into the file of executed works, you must ensure that the site complies with the regulations in force. To do this, you must perform regular inspections and tests. These inspections and tests are essential to ensure that the work complies with specifications and regulations. You must also ensure that the changes made to the project comply with regulations. The modifications must be detailed and integrated in the file of the executed works in order to ensure that the building site is always in conformity with the regulations in force.
An indispensable document
The construction file is an essential document to ensure that the work complies with the specifications and regulations in force. To integrate the regulations in this document, you must ensure that the CCTPdocuments related to public or private contracts and the DRT are up to date and incorporated into the DOE. You must also perform regular inspections and tests and ensure that project modifications comply with regulations. By following these steps, you will be able to ensure that your job site is in compliance.
What is the purpose of the dossier des ouvrages exécutés (DOE)?
The dossier of executed works (DOE) is a regulatory document which allows to demonstrate that the works are in conformity with the regulatory prescriptions and the rules of the art.
What type of information should be included in the DOE?
The DOE must include all the information relative to the construction site, including plans, studies, contracts, supporting documents for the products and materials used, etc. It must also integrate all the regulations in force to guarantee the conformity of the building site.
How to integrate current regulations into the DOE?
The first step is to identify all the regulations applicable to your site. Then, it is necessary to make sure that these regulations are respected and to maintain the DOE by integrating all this information.
What are the consequences of a non-compliant DOE?
When the DOE is not compliant, this can lead to administrative and/or penal sanctions, up to and including criminal prosecution of the persons responsible. It can also lead to a professional fault and a civil liability.
Who is responsible for monitoring the compliance of the DOE?
The main responsibility of the project manager is to check and guarantee the conformity of the building site. The client may also perform a quality control before the building is put into service.