Build Something With Multivista
Multivista Systems LLC is seeking solution sales-oriented entrepreneurs, interested not only in opening a location, but in building a business. We provide all of the tools and training needed to deliver our industry leading, state-of-the-art Construction Documentation Services into new markets, and opportunities are available both in the U.S. and internationally.
We are state-of-the-art. Connecting solutions to clients, no one does construction documentation the way we do. We have the most in depth, highly developed visual documentation in the industry.
Founded in Vancouver, British Columbia in 2003, and introduced into the United States in 2006, Multivista has grown to over 50 offices worldwide and has contracted over one billion square feet of construction projects. Our documentation portfolio represents projects from virtually every vertical market in the construction industry.
Multivista provides an elegant, simple solution to a complex problem. We combine service and software to tell the complete project story: a unique mixture of construction, business and technology professionals working together to provide this solution.
Leveraging proprietary methodologies and software solutions to deliver photo, video and webcam services, Multivista stands out as a sophisticated, well developed and supported business opportunity.
What is Multivista
Multivista is a visual documentation technology company that provides photo, video and webcam services to the construction industry. Inspection-grade, digital photography is indexed to architectural plans by time and location, preserving a perfect record of every aspect of the project lifecycle. Capturing live and dynamic project activity, Multivista’s construction webcam and video services complete the total documentation package. All photo, video and webcam data is integrated into one robust, online platform customizable to fit the daily workflow and needs of every project stakeholder.
Read about the successful launch of the first UK Multivista franchise, as reported by Gary Moug in Project Scotland Magazine.