Multivista Sets Company Records, Celebrates Successful First Quarter 2011

Multivista, the visionary construction technology firm, has contracted over 136 million square feet in the first quarter 2011! Multivista is on track to exceed the total square feet contracted in 2010 by second quarter 2011, a company record.

“It comes as no surprise that Multivista’s first quarter numbers put us on track to surpass the total number of square feet contracted in 2010 before Q2 is even complete,” said CEO Luis Pascual. “Our team really hit the ground running this year.”

Multivista, known for their Exact-Built® documentation system, offers clients a state-of-the-art project indexing and navigation tool with proprietary construction photo documentation technology. In a little more than eight years, this International company has grown to include over 40 locations servicing all major areas in the United States and Canada.

“Even in the recent dark times for the construction industry, Multivista has been busier than ever,” Pascual said. “Our revolutionary system is unmatched in connecting our stakeholders with their projects.”

In 2009, Multivista contracted over 120 million square feet of projects. Business also boomed in 2010 with over 140 million square feet of projects contracted. Key Vertical Markets include Healthcare, Education and the Government.

“Our strong commitment to construction technology solutions for our clients is apparent with this continued success,” said COO David Stadnik.

About Multivista
Multivista provides thousands of readily available inspection-grade digital photographs of construction projects that are indexed to the architectural drawings by date and location. During construction, Multivista provides a fundamental web-based collaboration tool to assure timely information sharing, quality installations, trade accountability and efficient reporting and documentation. After construction, the Multivista system provides the most accurate, accessible and easily navigated permanent record available for your facility managers and for future expansion, maintenance and modification. For more information, visit