Tag: City of Stoke-on-Trent Council

Time-lapse for demolition work at 125 Deansgate, Manchester

Time-lapse photography for demolition

Time-lapse construction is an incredibly popular mode of documentation for contractors. There are also major benefits to be had from documenting pre-construction works with time-lapse photography.

Completed Sir Elton John Stand at Watford FC's Vicarage Road

Time-lapse in the public interest

We feature some of our past jobs to illustrate how time-lapse and site monitoring solutions serve those projects with an invested public interest.

Steel erection at Rayner, Worthing

Time-lapse of Rayner’s new HQ now complete

One year’s uninterrupted site monitoring produces over 15,000 Ultra HD images.

CONSTRUCTION of a purpose-built headquarters for a high-tech lens manufacturer is one of many office builds we have recently captured for our clients….

CGI of the Hanley Central Business District development

We provide Ultra High Definition Monitoring and Time-Lapse to Genr8 Developments

We have recently installed one of our Ultra High Definition Time-Lapse and Site Monitoring Systems to capture the creation of the Central Business District in the City of Stoke-on-Trent, for Genr8 and Stoke-on-Trent City Council.

We have mounted our camera system high on the roof of Hanley Library, by means of specialist brackets, to ensure we capture a panoramic view of this vast project as it unfolds over the coming years…

iRis screenshot of Normacot demolition works at night

Bottle Kilns Revealed

Our time-lapse system sited in Normacot, Stoke-on-Trent captured the demolition of the former Enson works. We recorded the demolition with a high capture rate in order to collect sufficient images to provide a thorough time-lapse film of the process. The demolition revealed the four Grade II listed ‘bottle kilns’ or ‘bottle ovens’ which lay inside the site…

iRis screenshot of Normacot demolition works

We Install a System to Time-Lapse a Heritage Site

We are very please to be working for fellow producers ‘Inspired Film and Video’ and the City of Stoke-on-Trent Council to time-lapse the demolition of the former Enson works in Normacot, Stoke-on-Trent. The area is at the proud heart of the City’s historic pottery industry, and the former Enson Works has four Grade II listed bottle ovens which lie within its walls. The landmark project will see the demolition of the old factory buildings surrounding the ovens…