Three Lock Box was created in response to the administrative difficulties Noah Allison observed as an attorney handling some of the largest construction disputes in Nevada history. With an unparalleled level of experience and expertise, Allison sought to streamline the construction control process and offer a digital solution for construction professionals.
Three Lock Box uses a proprietary system to provide a secure, web-based service where construction participants—including owners, lenders, landowners, architects, engineers, general contractors, suppliers and more—are able to fund, monitor, apply for, substantiate, review, approve and disburse payments in a construction escrow account. The platform produces auto-generated, electronically signed releases and legal documents, and is designed to perform the duties of a construction control escrow company in compliance with Nevada law.
The multifaceted platform is designed for modular use and customization to ensure all projects adhere to their specific requirements. Three Lock Box archives the plans, permits, contracts and other significant documents allowing for a transparent digital archive. With these capabilities, this revolutionary system also produces a complete audit trail.
A visionary and practical leader, Allison has used his institutional knowledge to produce a reliable platform-based solution for the construction industry while encouraging all project collaborators to work together in creating the best possible product.
Allison is a board member and former board president of GPJ Towers, a nonprofit providing low-income housing to seniors and is a founding board member of ACE Mentors of Southern Nevada, a nonprofit that provides educational opportunities and scholarships to high school students interested in careers in architecture, construction and engineering.