London through time-lapse.
Since 2007, Time-Lapse Systems have provided custom ultra-high definition time-lapse and site monitoring solutions on over 500 projects in London.
We’ve had the pleasure of working with a range of clients. From Wimbledon, and the Royal Albert Hall to high-end developers Mace, Berkley Group, and Lodha Group, who have constructed skyline-worthy skyscrapers, and other major developments. As we have worked with a range of clients, and catered to their needs, we have experience in providing custom solutions to complex challenges.
Our London-based time-lapse, and site monitoring work has taken us to some of the capital’s most exclusive locations. Our team has installed time-lapse systems across the city. Including in Westminster, Kensington, Leicester Square, the Square Mile, Piccadilly, Oxford Street, Battersea, Mayfair and more. We have also worked in various locations in Greater London, including Hammersmith, Barking, and Harrow.
We are one of the world’s leading specialists, building each camera system to the individual specifications of the project. Unlike many providers, we do not use inferior ‘off the shelf’ or third-party software or hardware.
All of our equipment and software is developed in-house. Meaning we have full control over our systems, and its continued customisation and development.
Our team includes dedicated experts in numerous specialisms, such as media production, software development, engineering, and post production.
We operate to the highest standards of health and safety; having membership of four SIPPS accreditation bodies as well as all engineers having IPAF, PASMA, CSCS etc. We also use the highest security protocols, which is why we are trusted with many
government and high security projects.
Our experience, portfolio, dedication and reputation for the highest quality work.
Our London-based time-lapse has included a wide range of projects. We have extensive experience in covering skyscrapers, large-scale offices, residential, mixed-use, fit-outs, and retail builds. Our clients in London are varied, including large developers such as Berkley Group and Cadogan who deliver luxury apartments and penthouses. They also include architects designing homes and hotels, local authorities building houses, schools, and hospitals.
We also work extensively for logistics and distribution companies, documenting warehouse builds through time-lapse photography. Including the capture of warehouse fit-outs for world-renowned clients, such as Amazon and XPO Logistics. Time-lapse is ideal for tracking methodical and consistent processes, such as the installation of warehouse racking and machinery. By installing our camera systems with an optimal view, images regularly record each incremental phase of activity to reflect the complexities of works undertaken in such a focused environment.
We have several Greater London clients within the energy and utilities industries using time-lapse in a variety of ways, from capturing plant builds to day-to-day developments. The way that energy and electricity is provided to London is changing. We have captured the builds of a range of power plants, including the more ecological bio-mass plants and energy from waste plants. These include major works at Crossness, a sewage treatment works linked to the major upgrade of London’s water treatment infrastructure. Power, gas, waste management and water industries in the capital are key to keeping London functioning. Engineers and plant managers can remotely oversee that these systems are working smoothly and efficiently by using the time-lapse and site-monitoring services we provide.
London is famous for its world-class sports, entertainment and leisure events. Our time-lapse camera systems have been installed at some of the best venues in London, from Wimbledon to the Emirates Stadium to the Royal Albert Hall. We’ve captured builds, long-term time-lapses and one-off special events at venues such as, Horse Guards Parade. Clients utilise the time-lapse captures and videos to promote their work across across social media platforms.
London’s skyline is constantly evolving, and we have produced time-lapse photography for the city's busy demolition industry in equal measure. Due to the city's limited space, a new development often requires the demolition of another building. This was the case for The Strand (for Berkley Group’s 190 The Strand), Westminster (For St. Martins). We have captured major demolition projects such as the clearance of the old print works at Wapping through to significant portions of Nine Elms. We have also been extensively involved in the Phase 1 enabling works for HS2 and captured demolition and groundworks on the Euston approaches and at Old Oak Common.
Our time-lapse photography is also used to capture internal projects, including retail & office fit-outs, warehouse developments for large corporations and household names. As well as specific branch improvements for pharmaceutical chains and multinational businesses. Examples include work for Luis Vuitton, Three, The Royal Albert Hall, Vision Express, LEGOLAND and The Postal Museum to name but some. The bespoke nature of our time-lapse solutions gives us the freedom and capability to work in all kinds of indoor and outdoor environments, while delivering micro-managed industry-leading results for every project.
We specialise in time-lapse for Greater London’s infrastructure, road, rail and bridge projects. With numerous clients in the transport sector. We are able to create high-quality time-lapse photography for long-term rail projects, such as HS2. Which has documented the high-speed rail link currently under construction. Our time-lapse projects have also included documenting the extensive work on the Queen Elizabeth new tube line. Our clients use time-lapse photography as an effective way of communication, and publicity surrounding such important public sector developments.
The history, culture and heritage of London makes it one of the most important cities in the world. Time-Lapse Systems have had the privilege of documenting the renovation, refurbishment and extensions of historically important buildings through the use of time-lapse. We’ve used our engineers’ expertise to ensure time-lapse solutions have gained maximum capture without any impact on prestigious historical buildings. Such as when capturing from Battersea Power Station, the Grade I listed Royal Albert Hall and St Clement Danes Church on The Strand.