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The construction quality is always the focus and aim of a project, and how to control and manage the quality of the project is an eternal theme. With the endless stream of new architectural designs, increasing diversity in functions and complexity in professional systems, and massive tedious amounts of data information, quality and management are facing stern challenges in the new political, economic, social and technological environment. The emergence and popularization of BIM (Building Information Modeling) not only changed the production tools of practitioners, but also provided a new way for engineering quality management. This paper will conduct research and discussion in aspects of construction quality management in this time of opportunity and challenge.