CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION FOR GENERAL CONTRACTORS

Undeniable As-Built Documentation

General contractors are responsible for bringing together and coordinating workers, subcontractors, and specialists from a multitude of trades and disciplines. With a global labor shortage and so many individual projects happening on any one site, creating workflow efficiencies, centralizing project data, and recording accurate as-built records is no small feat. 

With Multivista’s visual construction documentation services and management software, that job becomes a whole lot easier. Our always-local construction documentation experts are on site, creating a comprehensive, digital record of the construction process in every area and at every milestone. The visual information they collect is uploaded to our secure, online platform, which means construction and project managers can review progress as it happens, and correct errors before they become larger problems.

Making use of state-of-the-art technology like inspection-grade photos, aerial drone imagery, professionally-produced facility videos, 3D immersive technology, measurable 3D images, and live project webcams, Multivista gives general contractors unparalleled visibility into their projects. And because all of the data is accessible online from anywhere, project management doesn’t have to stop when a manager leaves the site. Our documentation is also indispensable in facilitating dispute resolution, and can help protect you in the case of a legal claim or dispute.

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Construction Photo Records Online
Construction Documentation Accessed Remotely
Mobile Construction Management Software

General Contractors can:

  • Record a permanent as-built record
  • Remotely manage their projects
  • Precisely measure with 3D images
  • Avoid knowledge gaps from departing employees
  • Monitor critical path
  • Avoid destructive verification
  • Mitigate their Statute of Repose Risk
  • Resolve disputes, substantiate claims
  • Validate warranties
  • Respond to and resolve RFIs
We always say, if you can't prove that you've done your quality control, then it didn't happen. You always can prove what had happened in-wall, or in-slab with Multivista on a job.
Tim Fitzgerald, Superintendent - Quality Control, Balfour Beatty

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