This is the third book of the series that has documented best practice within the building industry, detailing the many processes required to procure buildings. The first book, titled City of Layers: Reconfiguring the Built Environment for Sustainability, outlines how buildings can be procured sustainably. The second book, titled The Project Manager’s Checklist for Building Projects, Delivery Strategies and Processes, details how design and procurement processes should be planned and managed. This third book focuses on construction, post-design, and procurement. It outlines how the planned and desired outcome in terms of quality can be achieved safely whilst minimising harm to the environment. Each book was formatted for operational use for specific projects, providing a roadmap of information with checklists that also doubles as a valuable and portable paper trail, adding value to the project’s quality assurance processes. On completion of project, this book, complete with project notes, can provide a historical record of what was considered and what was done at each phase of the project life. This third book, titled Construction Supervision: QC + HSE Management in Practice, details the in-practice monitoring and controlling aspects of construction works. It outlines what should be considered as the supervision process is planned and what should be actioned as construction works proceeds. In writing this book, the hope is such knowledge will enable practitioners to focus on doing the required things and ensuring the things are done as right so construction liabilities and risks are minimised/mitigated, and thereby, substantial value is added to what is done, benefiting both the project and society at large.