One of our military-based time-lapse projects is the subject of our Friday Feature this week, covering major developments at RAF Lyneham airbase.
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Friday Feature archive
Every one of our special “Friday Feature” blogs, all in one place. Delve deeper into selected projects from our archive.
Another external project featured in the series this week, this time capturing key redevelopments for Country Market’s farm shop and garden centre back in 2014.
We revisit our work for another utilities company in our Friday Feature this week. Looking at United Utilities’ major improvement works at Manchester’s Ship Canal in 2014.
From London last week to the heart of the Potteries this Friday, our latest feature looks at the demolition and construction works undertaken back in 2010 at the Enson Works in Normacot, Stoke-on-Trent.
This week’s Friday Feature takes us to the capital of England – London – for this very prestigious job at Horse Guards Parade parade ground.
After a one-week hiatus, our Friday Feature is back! One of our oldest but most popular edits, we take a look back at our work with FCC Environment and Lincolnshire County Council during the construction of this Energy from Waste Facility.
A two camera system job for South Essex College is one of many education projects we have completed. And it makes this week’s Friday Feature.
The first Friday Feature of 2017 has arrived. We focus on an internal project for our client Weatherite, as they built an incredible bio-fuel plant room for a Waitrose store in South Gloucestershire.
Our final Friday Feature of 2016 takes us back to one of our oldest time-lapse projects, from the Outer Hebrides. Stornoway, on the Isle of Lewis, is still one of our favourite locations, so it seems appropriate to bring it back out to see the new year in.
Because it is almost Christmas, this week’s Friday Feature had to include at least a little snow. Whilst the forecast suggests we won’t be having a ‘white Christmas’ this year, see if you can spot some snowfall as 62 houses go from the ground up in 62 seconds!