KANSAS CITY, MO (JANUARY 8, 2013) - Multivista, the global leader in construction documentation, proudly announces a long-term agreement with the University of Kansas for construction documentation services on all university campuses.
This unique agreement allows Multivista’s team in Kansas to provide “on-call” construction documentation services for the higher education institution for five years.
“The University of Kansas has been a Multivista client for some time now,” said Dan Jehlik, Managing Principle of Multivista’s Kansas City location. “Our team in Kansas is proud to continue this relationship with the University on each and every project.”
The new “on-call” agreement will ease procurement for all, allowing all University of Kansas to include Multivista’s comprehensive construction documentation in each project contract.
“With this five-year agreement, the University of Kansas is setting a standard for construction documentation in the Higher Education industry,” Jehlik added.
Multivista has worked with University of Kansas on many previous projects including multiple projects with the University of Kansas Hospital and Medical Center as well as the Business/Engineering/Science and Technology Building on the Edwards Campus.
Multivista is a comprehensive documentation resource that delivers total asset visibility for construction projects. Multivista provides inspection-grade digital photography linked directly to architectural drawings by date and location, as well as video and webcam services to document a project’s “As-Delivered” dynamic and live events. All photos, videos and webcam feeds are hosted on Multivista’s integrated online platform throughout a project’s entire lifecycle. 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 an accurate and easily navigated permanent record for facility managers and for future expansion, maintenance and modification. For more information, visit www.multivista.com.