Love Communications welcomes new client, AVASIS to its sophisticated roster.

AVASIS is the developer of a construction management software that for the first time, brings together all stakeholders on a project to one platform, including the lender. 

AVASIS has initially retained Love Communications to execute a public relations awareness campaign to launch its advanced construction management software to key audiences throughout Utah, and among local and national industry associations. AVASIS is headquartered in the exploding area of historic Sugar House, with a staff of ten that continues to expand. 

“Anyone who has ever been part of a construction project understands the complex orchestration required to keep the project on time and on budget,” said Tom Love, president of Love Communications. “We’re confident in the leadership of AVASIS, and are excited to shine the spotlight on the smart solution they have developed for the construction industry.”

“AVASIS was developed after personal experience exposed the dire need for a more transparent and more efficient way for everyone touching a construction project to communicate,” said Tom Lineen, CEO, AVASIS. “We look forward to partnering with Love and their marketing experts in bringing to market a construction software solution the industry has been lacking.”

AVASIS is a comprehensive solution bringing together contractors, architects, engineers, project owners, insurance companies and bankers on a single digital platform. The AVASIS permission-based platform is unique in that it provides instant access to all who are involved on a construction project. Each person has the ability to manage their own responsibilities, risk, and assets in a clear and innovative way.

First platform of its kind, AVASIS includes the ability to transparently track the flow of funds through a project. Bringing the bank to the equation eliminates loss in time and resources, and improves transparency and accountability. In addition, the open exchange of information helps expedite payment to contractors, which results in improved relationships among all involved in the project.