Diverse Backgrounds, Singular Focus: Innovation in Everything We Do
Since 2003, we have never stopped growing, never sacrificed our commitment to providing exceptional service, and never stopped pushing new technological boundaries. Leadership has been an important factor in our growth. This has made Multivista a global leader in digital construction documentation—but none of it would have been possible without the hard work and unwavering dedication of our team.
Executive Leadership Team
A lifelong problem solver and entrepreneur, Luis Pascual provides the vision that fuels Multivista’s innovation and drives change throughout the industry. His ability to integrate complex details and logistics into big-picture strategies is the foundation of Multivista’s success and has helped Luis build a strong executive management team and robust network of franchise owners.
Luis was working as an electrician building custom homes in Whistler and Vancouver, Canada, when he co-founded Multivista in 2003. Unsatisfied with the inefficiencies, waste, and workflows of the time, he saw a solution within the rise of digital photography. Today, the technology has advanced and so has Luis’ desire to build a better future and foster the next generation of information solutions for the construction and facilities management industries.
“I want to connect people to their projects,” Luis says, “and change the way we build the world.”
Mulitivsta co-founder, Graham Twigg, is responsible for directing Multivista’s information technology strategy. He oversees the development of successive generations of web application software and finds ways to integrate new reality capture technology into Multivista’s enterprise-level platform.
A licensed Professional Engineer (P.Eng), Graham also has a Bachelor of Applied Science from Queens University and a Masters of Applied Science from the University of British Columbia.
Prior to co-founding Multivista he worked in advanced composite field engineering for the aerospace industry.
“My view has always been, we know definitively that every meaningful project will require construction documentation services at some point,” he says. “And no one is better situated to capture and deliver that data than us.”
John Morrison is responsible for strategic planning and interdepartmental coordination, as well as sales, marketing, and growth initiatives. A Six-Sigma Black Belt, John brings decades of business development, sales, marketing, and strategy experience to the executive team. His leadership style is based on the philosophy that humility leads to introspection and that leads to development.
John earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Guelph and a Business Degree from the University of British Columbia.
“Technology is always evolving,” John says, “but the service we provide to our clients remains constant. Multivista’s expansive geographic coverage, with our boots-on-the-ground employees that have deep expertise in construction, means we can be on 1000 jobsites tomorrow ready to go, regardless of what technology we are using.”
Garrett has provided legal advice and support for Multivista and its subsidiaries for over a decade. Educated at the University of Virginia and University of Colorado, he monitors and deals with issues of franchise compliance, dispute resolution, strategy, risk management, intellectual property registration and much more.
As Multivista pushes out into new global markets Garrett is becoming more involved with the franchise expansion processes and monitoring compliance with the franchise, privacy and intellectual property laws of other countries.
“Joining the Hexagon family of companies has me very excited,” he says. “Their industry-leading data collection technologies will benefit both our franchisees and customers in the construction documentation space.”
With over 15 years of marketing, organizational leadership, business development, and lead-generation experience, Rosie has brought a vital perspective to Multivista’s executive team. Rosie is responsible for creating and implementing outreach strategies that demonstrate Multivista’s undeniable value to the AEC (Architecture, Engineering, and Construction) industry.
Based out of the company’s main US office in Phoenix, AZ, Rosie’s team supports the marketing needs of over 75 regional Multivista offices around the globe.
“The moment I saw Multivista, I knew we could serve the rapidly-evolving needs of one of the oldest industries in the world,” Rosie says. “That’s a marketer’s dream.”
Since 2015, Dan has worked across a number of Multivista departments including Marketing, Franchise Business Development, Finance, and Franchise Sales. As Vice President of Franchise Relations, he is responsible for engaging franchise owners to build positive and productive relationships that benefit the Multivista Franchise network.
With over 15 years of experience in business and economic development between both the private and public sectors, Dan holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Royal Roads University with a certificate in Project Management from the University of British Columbia and a Diploma in Marketing Management and Real Estate Studies from the British Columbia Institute of Technology.
“I love working in this dynamic space where construction and technology converge,” Dan says. “I’m excited to be a part of helping people who are shaping the future of the built environment.”
Russ started using Multivista in 2006 as a general contractor. Within two years he purchased his first franchise and became an expert on every aspect of the business. With his unparalleled hands-on experience, Russ was a natural fit to lead the Photos, Facilities and Vertical Construction division and act as a regional leader for the Central USA area.
Russ graduated from Iowa State University as a Construction Engineer and has extensive experience in the construction industry as a Project Engineer, Superintendent, and Project Manager. He also continues to own and operate a Multivista franchise in Nebraska.
“Multivista has provided me with a world of opportunities,” Russ says, before referencing a favorite quotation from author Napolean Hill – “The only limits of your mind are those you impose on it yourself.”
With nearly two decades of professional experience in creative development and management, Marc joined the team in 2017 to oversees the expansion and evolution of Multivista’s webcam and video services.
With a degree in Political Studies from Queens University in Kingston Ontario, Marc has excelled at a range of careers in the private, public and non-profit sectors. He founded a produce distribution business, designed and created video games on Facebook, created and managed land conservation efforts and was also umbrella salesman in Vancouver BC, where it rains 161 days a year.
“The most exciting thing about Multivista is the caliber of the people that work here,” Marc says. “I have encountered so much goodwill, passion, and skill here. We have great people willing to help each other achieve a common goal, and after the Hexagon acquisition we now have the resources to take leaps where we once took steps.”
A leader in construction technology with over 20 years of experience in design, construction and reality capture, Brian has first-hand knowledge of how valuable data and collaboration will be for the future of construction. He oversees the integration of new technologies into the intuitive Multivista software.
Brian studied Civil Design at Bellevue College and Civil Engineering at the Washington Engineering Institute, an institution he now teaches at from time to time.
“With Multivista, we’re approaching the point where our software is a proactive tool, rather than reactive,” Brian says. “Adding the third dimension allows everyone—owners, engineers, GCs, trades—the ability to see where they are and make better decisions on what to do next.”
A veteran of the Multivista software development team since 2012, Cory oversees and maintains the software tools that revolve around planning, processing and delivering the photos and data that make Multivista stand at the top of the field. His focus is on that core execution of the Multivista service and how to create the operational efficiencies that make everyone more effective in the field.
Cory studied cartography and geographic information systems at the College of Geographic Sciences in Eastern Canada and began his career in mapping and GIS before jumping into the software development in the early 2000s. With extensive User Experience Design skills and a history of helping launch new products, Cory now works within the heart of Multivista’s technology team in Victoria, BC.
“Working with operations managers across the entire Multivista network is incredible,” Cory says. “It gives me a really good feel for the day-to-day needs of our industry right now, and a sense of what I can do to make our people on the ground more effective in the future.”
Multivista Franchise Owners
Multivista proudly recognizes our franchise leaders listed below as independent contractors and licensed vendors of the MULTIVISTA® brand services and products.
- Brad Avrit – Southern California, USA
- Brandon Colvin – South Region, USA
- Jason Donahoe – Mid-Atlantic Region, USA
- Andrew Duffell – Northern California, USA
- Joe Ferro – Northeast Region, USA
- Mike Harvey – Southwest Regions, USA
- JD Lott – Vancouver, B.C., Canada, Dallas, TX, USA, Zurich, Switzerland
- John Montesanto – Midwest Region, USA
- Michael Niswender – Northeast Region, USA
- Mark Oldenquist – Midwest Region, USA
- David Stadnik – Southwest Region, USA
- Jason Stadnik – Southwest Region, USA
- Geoff Susskind – Southeast Region, USA
- Reef Tanagho – Southeast Region, USA
- Michael Walmsley – Northwest & West Regions, USA
- Chris Winter – Midwest Region, USA
- Mohamed AlYaquby – Gulf Cooperation Council, Asia
- Don Cate – Midwest Region, USA
- Jeff Davis – East Region, USA
- Justin Davis – East Region, USA
- Brett Feemster – Southeast Region, USA
- Robert Graham – Ontario, Canada
- George Hill – Southeast Region, USA
- Dan Jehlik – Midwest Region, USA
- Paul Munsterman – Midwest Region, USA
- Mohamed Najibi – Gulf Cooperation Council, Asia
- Rick Noble – Midwest Region, USA
- Brent Pearce – Southeast Region, USA
- Chris Vance – Alberta, Canada
- Jim Vance – Alberta, Canada
- Scott Vinson – East Region, USA
- Jon Weber – Midwest Region, USA
- Zack Alderson – Greenville, SC, USA
- Brian Altus – Houston, TX, USA
- John Altus –Houston, TX, USA
- Jeff Baird – Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
- Russ Bollig – Nebraska, USA
- Alan Bryant – Scotland, UK
- Jon Cohen – Colorado, USA
- Ramon Colina – Panama City, Panama
- Angel Davila – Panama City, Panama
- Sean Fitzgibbons – Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Mark Gallagher – Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
- Victor Escalona Gonzalez – Medellin, Colombia
- Steven Greer – Austin, TX, USA
- Charles Hill – London, England, UK
- Cassi Holmes – Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
- Ryan Holmes – Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
- Jack Mackin – Massachusetts, USA
- Ian McEwan – Scotland, UK
- Karl Pallas – London, England, UK
- Kelly Radawetz – Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
- Huw Roberts – Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
- Zach Sallinger – Raleigh, NC, USA
- Brannon Vann – Memphis, TN, USA
- Kristi Vick – South Florida, USA
- Paul Viverette – Raleigh, NC, USA