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.
Tag: City of London
The second half of our 2018 round-up is here, where we reflect on the exciting in-house developments at Hideaway Media – Time-Lapse Systems in the past 12 months.
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Construction site aerial photography allows you to visualise a project in its entirety and with stunning clarity at every stage of development.
While time-lapse is a practical resource for contractors to share their major developments, it can also function as a way of preserving parts of a city that will never look the same way again.
We are half-way through our 2016 round-up, taking a look at some of our work from the year just gone. In part two, read about our involvement in some key projects, including the Mary Rose Museum, the London Film Festival and an exhibition at Sotheby’s.
With over 60 projects now live in London, we have just launched a brand-new section on our website, showcasing the time-lapse, site monitoring, aerial and video work we have completed in the capital. Featuring work for Kier, BAM, the Berkeley Group, the UEFA Champions League, the Royal Albert Hall and many more global brands.
Long-term capture of excavation and construction works in the heart of the city.
ONCE completed in 2019, Europe’s biggest construction project will have increased rail capacity across London by 10%.
The decade-long, £15bn Crossrail project – which was the feature of a three part BBC documentary – has just passed the halfway point and has already racked up 44 million working hours…
Installed for Landmark Project on Regent Street and Haymarket.
INTERNATIONAL infrastructure group Balfour Beatty has been awarded the St James’s Market contract for The Crown Estate and Oxford Properties.
The project – currently under construction – is set to deliver 260,000sq ft of retail and commercial facilities over two eight storey buildings. Situated between Regent Street and Haymarket, it is part of a landmark scheme.