For construction companies and multifamily developers, documentation services offer several benefits. Comprehensive photo documentation can be used as visual evidence in construction litigation cases, and it can significantly assist new builders and contractors joining a team mid-project.

These services also provide project stakeholders, such as engineers and inspectors, with remote access to extensive jobsite details, thereby reducing the number of unnecessary site visits.

Case in point: luxury South Florida apartments Moda at North Bay Village will meet its June 2015 completion thanks in part to construction documentation technology provided by Multivista,, Phoenix, Ariz.

The project’s developer, ZOM Living,, Orlando, Fla., enlisted Multivista South Florida to provide a comprehensive documentation program that would facilitate the successful and timely completion of the 285 luxury apartment development. ZOM, one of Florida’s multifamily developers, routinely includes Multivista in its development projects.

What is the main advantage of Multivista? It’s maintaining the highest level of quality control and verification, according to Brett Gelsomino, development project manager, ZOM. While construction at Moda has been going very well, he adds, if the company ever does run into anything, it’s useful having the pictures to see how things were assembled and to move forward without delays.

For ZOM, there is value in the Multivista services and platform and the company will likely continue to use it for ground-up developments, Gelsomino summarizes.

The luxury apartments at Moda in North Bay Village are built in 1950s art-deco style, with bold geometric motifs and with city and water views. Moda is scheduled to be completed by June 2015 and leasing opportunities are now available.

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