Milburngate progress captured through time-lapse. As the £120 million regeneration project develops our camera system are busy reporting.
Demolition news and blogs
Bringing you all our demolition news and projects in our latest blogs on deconstruction work. From dismantling rollercoasters to demolishing sensitive structures, we have a wealth of experience capturing iconic changes across the UK. Read all about our work from our extensive news archive.
125 Deansgate construction time-lapse capture reveals the development of the impressive high spec Grade A office space in Manchester at 125 Deansgate.
Hospital construction time-lapse can document all types of hospital builds, from modular construction to traditional steel and concrete build projects.
Skyscrapers construction captured by time-lapse showcase the meticulous planning and engineering required in high-rise builds.
Like time-lapse construction narratives, demolition time-lapse videos are also an asset to companies in that sector. As discussed in this blog, this visual solution helps to document, record, archive and showcase demolition work at its very best.
Milburngate share our latest time-lapse edit showing up-to-date progress of this major riverside project, as construction works at the Durham-based site continue.
Our current live projects add to our already extensive Time-Lapse London portfolio. With many varied historical time-lapses, we are the best equipped to deliver the highest level of media services to clients across the growing UK capital.
Cranes, diggers, cherry pickers, excavation equipment and other tools are part and parcel of the construction environment. Here’s how time-lapse is applied to capture such work at its best.
While time-lapse construction videos are a speciality of ours, this is only one genre in our wider repertoire. We look at the ways in which we can apply our time-lapse solutions to document the work that comes before the build.
HS2 shares our latest time-lapse edit across the world, as enabling works at Euston Station continue.