Our projects in the Lowlands, Highlands and Islands.
We recently highlighted some of the projects our cameras are capturing in London, where we currently have over 30 systems spanning numerous projects in one of the world’s fastest changing cities.
We are equally proud of the work we do in other areas of the UK and Europe and have particularly enjoyed the work we have undertaken in Scotland.
Since 2007 we have carried out many projects in some amazing locations.
A cross-section of some of the work we’ve done to time-lapse Scotland:
- We provided the time-lapse and construction monitoring for Farrans and Comhairle nan Eilean Siar in Stornoway in the Outer Hebrides. For over two years we captured the building of a new school on the Isle of Lewis, close to the Nicholson Institute.
- We captured some elements of the decommission of Dounreay nuclear power station in Caithness.
- We captured the fit-out of the headquarters of mobile phone company Three (stylised as “3”) in Glasgow.
- We were also involved in the capture of a forestry project in the Highlands.
Above: A shot from our IRIS viewer, from the top of a tower crane at one of our projects in Glasgow.
Current projects see use capturing the building of the Scottish Power Headquarters for Scottish Power and Laing O’Rourke and the documentation of projects for Berwickshire Housing Association and Adston Construction.
We are about to commence monitoring at significant constructions for major developers in Edinburgh and Stirling.
Our work in Scotland has been incredibly diverse and has taken place in some of the most challenging environments, from keeping equipment running in the harshest of conditions, to complying with the most stringent of health and safety criteria and to installing in extreme locations.
We always look forward to further opportunities to work in Scotland, establishing a network of projects and relishing some very exciting upcoming challenges.