Quality & Safety

Commitment Quality Management
The Quality program as Dragados is designed as a fundamental element to the success of our projects to ensure that the client receives a high quality product that meets or exceeds the required standards.

We are committed to:

  • Monitoring and controlling construction procedures and materials to ensure quality and compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements
  • Achieve our quality goals through a proactive process of open communication, trust and a partnering atmosphere
  • Strive for continuous improvement of the quality management system and ensure that the Quality Policy and Project Quality Objectives are met or exceeded on all our projects
  • Dragados USA follows the requirements of ISO 9001:2000 'Quality Management Systems'. Quality management at Dragados is achieved through the development and implementation of a Quality Management System that effectively and economically enhances technical experience, reduces potential risk of errors and omissions, and directs proper attention to liability concerns, emphasizing "Proactive Prevention vs. Reactive Inspection" at its core.


Dragados USA is committed to protecting the safety and health of our employees and the general public, and protecting the environment.

We foster the prevention of injury, illness, environmental impact, and property damage through a multi-dimensional approach to the management of safety, which includes:

  • Development of strong partnerships with our clients, partners, and subcontractors
  • Implementation of a comprehensive Environmental, Safety and Health Plan
  • Defined accountability and responsibility programs that promote safety during construction
  • Structured self-evaluation programs for monitoring and continuous improvement
  • Development and maintenance of safety training and education programs
  • Defined sets of company-wide goals and objectives related to the safety and health of the workforce
  • Injury prevention through a focus on activity pre-planning at every level of construction
  • A subcontractor assessment process that measures safety management systems
  • Maintenance of strong, open communication lines where all interested parties add value to safety