Quality & Safety

Quality Control/Assurance Program

The following list represents a portion of quality control activities that are mandated for the Project Superintendent and Project Manager jointly.


  • Visit construction site as often as needed prior to mobilization to confirm schedule, structure deviations, logistics, and review Contractor/Owner site rules and regulations.
  • Review all construction documents, including but not limited to, MEP drawings, structural drawings, and architectural drawings.
  • Review and have a full understanding of the prime contract and subcontract agreements.
  • Conduct a pre-mobilization meeting consisting of Project Manager, General Field Superintendent and Project Superintendent.
  • Set specific dates and times for weekly Juba personnel quality meetings to review quality control checklists.
  • Assign quality control foremen for specific areas.
  • Please Note: The quality control officer in charge is the Project Superintendent unless special provisions are made for a designated full-time quality control person, which will be selected by the General Field Superintendent or President.
  • Review all shop drawings for conformance with construction documents. Promptly notify appropriate party of any discrepancies.
  • Always immediately notify the General Contractor’s Project Manager and Project Superintendent for any and all discrepancies in shop drawings, contract documents, and physical conditions of the structure or adjacent work. All issues to be documented in writing.


  • Project Superintendent shall be given a copy of all specified testing requirements from the Project Manager. Conduct all tests accordingly in accordance with contract documents and document results.
  • On-site sealant pull tests per manufacturer’s recommendations.
  • Three (3) each AAMA 501.2 field water tests.
  • Refer to specifications for required field testing.
  • On each floor of each elevation, conduct a gutter test of all applicable horizontal gutters. If any failure occurs, determine the reason and document. Repair all failures and retest.
  • Conduct all sealant testing in accordance with specifications and sealant manufacturer’s recommendations.


  • Inspection of all materials on incoming trucks, trailers, etc. prior to unloading.
  • Inspect all bundles, boxes, packaging of materials on floor or storage location immediately after being unloaded.
  • Document and photograph any damaged materials and immediately notify the supplier and notify trucking company if applicable.
  • Make sure all bill of lading, freight delivery tickets, etc. are noted with any damage or shortages, and date and sign.
  • Take photographs of any concealed damage discovered at a later date, document, and immediately notify the supplier and freight company in writing.
  • Identify quantities of materials as close as possible with packing slip without disturbing full bundles or boxes of factory packaged materials.

Material Check

  • As soon as feasible, the Project Superintendent shall use their own discretion to physically check materials for proper fabrication prior to installation and immediately notify supplier of any discrepancies.
  • Immediately after delivery, Project Superintendent shall check materials with approved samples (color, glass, etc.) and immediately notify the supplier of any discrepancies.
  • Please Note: Project Superintendent must obtain aluminum paint and/or finish samples from Project Manager prior to receipt of shipment for pre-testing of cleaning or prepping agents.

LEED Policy Statement

As a leader in the glass and glazing industry for new building construction, Juba Aluminum is dedicated to the global effort in the reduction of environmental pollutants. We share the same “conservation of energy” perspectives as the Auburn University Wellness Center by complying with and exceeding the recommendations provided by the U.S. Green Building Council, LEED Program.

We partner with architects, owners, contractors, and suppliers in providing building skin materials that meet the goals of the LEED Program.

We are committed to doing our part in creating a healthier, more productive, and more efficient place to live and work.

Juba Aluminum has had numerous projects for which LEED participation has been required. Our most recent completed projects for this requirement are as follows:

Juba knows the importance of participating in LEED requirements for high-profile projects. Our project managers, along with our metal and glass suppliers, work closely with the architect in providing LEED documentation for calculating goal points.


  • Check all equipment to assure proper working condition.
  • Check all safety equipment to assure proper working condition.
  • Confirm all personnel have been properly trained for their job duties and working conditions.
  • Provide proper field engineering including layout.
  • All work to be installed to theoretical dimensions established by contract documents. Written approval by General Contractor’s Superintendent and Project Manager must be obtained by Juba Project Manager prior to any installation deviation.
  • Inspect all openings to verify conformance to contract documents and notify Contractor of any errors, omissions or deviations in conformance with the subcontract agreement.
  • Inspect conditions and check locations of all inserts and/or weld plates and notify Contractor of any problems. DO NOT modify anchor connections and/or anchors until a field fix has been calculated by the curtainwall manufacturer’s engineer.
  • Install all material in conformance with contract documents and in strict accordance with manufacturer’s accepted recommendations.
  • Store materials only in designated areas as instructed by the Contractor and as agreed upon by Juba’s superintendent for ease of installation.
  • Coordinate floor load requirements with structural engineer.
  • Obtain written approval and acceptance of finished work by floor upon completion of sequential task and take photographs of finished work. (i.e.: completion of framing, completion of glass, completion of trim, etc.)
  • Respect all trades work and take precaution not to damage other trade’s work.
  • Immediately notify other trades’ supervision in case of accidental damage.
  • Immediately report any damage to finished work to Contractor and confirm in writing.
  • Coordinate required crane and/or hoist time with Contractor’s Superintendent as required.
  • Identify specific personnel for the duty of installing end dams and internal sealant throughout the duration of the project. DO NOT change personnel for this duty unless approved by Juba’s General Field Superintendent.
  • Conduct daily punch list work with the intent and goal to have a zero punch list at the end of installation.

Safety Program

Juba Aluminum Products Company is committed to providing the safest possible working conditions for all of its employees. Our primary concern is the prevention of accidents which may cause injury to employees or damage to equipment and property. The company’s goal is to train each employee to develop the proper safety awareness that is vital to the elimination of all accidents.

It is necessary that all employees exercise good judgment in every task performed, with their personal safety always in mind. Because safety depends upon the employees’ actions and knowledge, we request the whole-hearted observance of all safety rules and recommendations.

Since 2001, Juba employees have participated in a company Safety Incentive Program. This Program is designed to provide incentives for safety conscience employees using a proactive thought process in preventing accidents and injuries. The awards are divided into cash awards as well as selected merchandise. Please refer to Juba Safety Incentive Program for additional information.

On the job safety compliance is not only a requirement under federal and state law, but a requirement of our insurance carrier. The company complies with and, in most cases, exceeds all current occupational health and safety regulations.

The company and its associates believe that accidents are preventable and nothing you do is too important that you must risk your health or life to do it. It is up to each employee to ensure that we practice safety as a routine part of our daily work.

Safety is an important inclusion in our position descriptions and performance evaluations. To ensure we are making every effort possible to instill a safety conscience culture, all onsite superintendents, lead foremen and designated lead personnel are OSHA 30-HR certified. Additionally, all Juba project managers and safety personnel are OSHA 30-HR certified.

Juba Aluminum Products has a comprehensive Superintendent’s Manual that contains all appropriate checklists and procedures for performing work on projects and describes the policies and practices of all work within our scope. The Manual is comprised from any or all of the following sections and is maintained on each project. Additionally, we provide a Site Specific Safety Plan required for each job.

Should you require additional information or request to see specific sections contained with our Safety Manual, please do not hesitate to contact us at 704-262-4460.

Juba Aluminum Products

8000 Poplar Tent Rd.
Concord, North Carolina 28027


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