Multivista Keeps Iconic $109M Frank Gehry-inspired New World Symphony Expansion Project On Track with Exact-Built™ Technology
Miami, Fla. – Multivista’s state-of-the-art indexing and navigation system has helped Miami’s $109M New World Symphony expansion project avoid schedule delays.
Having Multivista on site to document the construction process of the Frank Gehry designed, New World Symphony expansion gave General Contractor, Facchina Construction of Florida, LLC the documentation necessary to maintain the construction schedule and avoid setbacks such as destructive discovery costs and change orders.
“Multivista has helped this very fast-paced project stay on schedule by avoiding destructive discovery costs and loss of time when inspections were questioned to meet a tight schedule,” said Jesus Vazquez, President of Facchina Construction of Florida, LLC.
“Multivista services helped us substantiate entitlement for change orders by recording the work that was done and allowing the construction to progress, thereby avoiding change order impacts to the schedule,” he said.
Multivista’s benefit to the more than 100,000 square foot New World Symphony expansion, was obvious to the General Contractor from the beginning.
“As soon as I viewed Multivista’s service, it was clear that it would be a valuable addition to the New World Symphony Campus Expansion project,” Vazquez stated.
Multivista, which has often been called the best practice in construction documentation, offers a variety of Exact-Built™ shoot types such as the MEP Exact-Built™, Exterior and Interior progression shoots and Slideshows that capture the exact construction conditions of a facility as it was built from substantial framing through completion. The inspection-grade digital photographs are then tied to architectural plans and hosted on our secure, online interface for an interactive, “just-in-time” record of the construction process.
“Facchina has documented projects with photographs/video in the past, but to document all areas, and index them on to the CAD files, with real time access, is ingenious. This level of documentation has allowed for better communication between all members of our team and will ultimately improve the quality of our project,” Vazquez said.
“The success of any project will depend on how close you can complete the project within the original schedule and budget. We believe that Multivista’s services have helped us achieve our goals of servicing our clients, and creating a record of our accomplishment for business development,” he stated.
Multivista, a best practice in photographic construction documentation, utilizes actual interactive architectural files as a housing, navigation and indexing interface for periodic and milestone “just-in-time” digital images of an entire live construction project. Comprehensive construction photography allows Multivista’s clients to virtually “walk” the project, viewing every wall, ceiling and MEP system as if they were actually on site. To pinpoint specific issues, images are also cross-indexed by both time and location. At the project’s completion, you have a high resolution “X-ray” of the walls, floors and ceilings throughout the project. Thus, the system quite literally delivers transparency.
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