Formerly the great conquerors, sailors and pirates to achieve the goals that would satisfy the desires, fill their greed and cover their interests, focused on three essential elements: an Objective, a Strategy and a Map.

Image 1. Firsts Ancient Spanish-Forts on Florida State (https://canales.elcomercio.es - Apr2019). PROJECTS RF USA
Image 1. Firsts Ancient Spanish-Forts on Florida State (https://canales.elcomercio.es – Apr2019)

As time has gone by, the systematization methods have become more efficient, greater automation has been achieved with the sciences and technologies; and more knowledge has been generated. The processes in institutions and companies are also. But knowledge and experience in methods of conquest prevail. The three elements remain the same: The Objective, The Strategy and the Map.


A Process is a set of activities and interrelated resources that transform input elements into output elements providing added value for the client or user. These resources that are used can include: personnel, finances, facilities, technical equipment, methods…

Image 2. Antique Map of Cuba & Florida 1591 by Theodor de Bry (https://canales.elcomercio.es -Apr2019). PROJECTS RF USA
Image 2. Antique Map of Cuba & Florida 1591 by Theodor de Bry (https://canales.elcomercio.es -Apr2019)

Today as in antiquity, these three elements have pre-eminence and importance in the achievement of business and institutional goals.

It is no coincidence that the ISO9001: 2015 standard has a Process Map as requirements for compliance and quality management.

By definition, a process is a set of activities and interrelated resources that transform input elements into output elements providing added value for the client or user. These resources that are used can include: personnel, finances, facilities, technical equipment, methods … among others.

Image 3. Example Process Map on ISO9001:2015 Standars (Apr2019). PROJECTS RF USA
Image 3. Example Process Map on ISO9001:2015 Standars (Apr2019)

According to the standard, a Process Map is a graphic scheme in which the set of input elements required by a specific production process are represented, which are interrelated with all the elements and related processes to add value to the elements of Departures. As shown in image 3.

Image 4. Projects R&F USA's Process Map according ISO9001:2015 Standard (Apr2019). PROJECTS RF USA
Image 4. Projects R&F USA’s Process Map according ISO9001:2015 Standard (Apr2019)

PROJECTS R&F USA, has developed according to the highest quality standards and with the prestige of ISO9001: 2015 our process map that involves our flagship process: Underground Services Detection Process.


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Our Process Map tries to guide us strategically in the achievement of our objectives, as well as to focus and guide our clients and related to the essential processes of our brand.

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