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Construction news and blogs
As one of the UK’s leading construction time-lapse providers, we have a wealth of knowledge and experience when it comes to providing bespoke solutions for some of the world’s largest contractors. From articles about our own work to helpful blogs & analysis, enjoy the full archive of construction news from Time-Lapse Systems.
Hospital construction time-lapse can document all types of hospital builds, from modular construction to traditional steel and concrete build projects.
Bridge construction time-lapse can document all aspects of bridge construction, from bridge engineering and manufacturing to bridge installation.
The Royal Albert Hall “Great Excavation” captured through time-lapse video, is part of the 150 year birthday celebration of the prestigious concert venue.
Skyscrapers construction captured by time-lapse showcase the meticulous planning and engineering required in high-rise builds.
Showcasing light steel frame construction through time-lapse video is an excellent way to highlight its benefits of speed and versatility.
Concrete has always been an invaluable, cost-effective material for the construction industry as it combines durability, strength and flexibility. Time-lapse videos showcase the benefits of using concrete in the construction process.
Modular construction is seen as the future of the construction industry and could be key to reducing current and forecasted housing shortages. With many benefits, modular build can be more cost effective than traditional methods, improving construction speed, reducing waste and simplifying on-site logistics.
We return to one of our biggest projects from 2019 – the installation of a retractable roofing system over Wimbledon’s Court No.1 – and showcase our fully post-produced edit for Sir Robert McAlpine.
Our time-lapse solutions reveal construction of major new student accommodation build on Norton Street, Create Construction’s biggest project to date.