Over the last two decades there has been significant technological advancements with regards to geosynthetic materials and the equipment utilized for the installation thereof. However, during the same period Geosynthetic construction quality control and quality assurance procedures have remained largely unchanged. At the same time, driven by greater environmental awareness and responsibility, a large contingent of regulatory agencies from around the world require more complex barrier systems to achieve compliance with local and international containment standards and specifications. These complex multiple composite barrier systems in some cases comprise of up to seven layers of Geosynthetic materials which need to be installed on top of one another. The ultimate goal being, that these separately installed layers, function as a single system, which performs its sealing function as intended during the design engineering of the project. It stands to reason that as barrier system complexity increases, so too should the practical implementation and management of the onsite construction quality control and quality assurance. It is not sufficient to simply apply standard or generic onsite construction quality control and quality assurance procedures, which generally comprises of the written completion of hard copy documentation to be submitted after the completion of an installation project. This approach lends itself towards administrative errors and/or practical installation mistakes which could ultimately lead to barrier system failure. This paper presents insight and hard data on how technological advancement and the availability of cloud based computing, has enabled the successful development and implementation of a construction quality control and quality assurance system. The Geo-Q cloud based system provides live access to all stakeholders of a project, ensuring the delivery and availability of all required project construction quality control and quality assurance information and documentation, 24/7. This paper will further demonstrate how live access to the system contributes to the successful technical and commercial completion of Geosynthetic installation projects.