Tag: Crossrail

An engineering worker at Essar causing sparks while working.

Capturing complex manoeuvres with time-lapse

We revisit a number of epic projects in our archives to illustrate how time-lapse can be applied to provide a visual narrative of incredibly complex, heavy-duty works.

Elevated view of the Farnworth Tunnel boring works near Bolton

Using Time-Lapse: the rail industry

In this instalment of our “Using Time-Lapse” feature, we spotlight the interesting work we have time-lapsed by some of Europe’s leading bodies in the rail industry.

London cityscape

Time-lapse in the city – adaptable to any situation

A high percentage of construction work takes place in the city, which means that time-lapse often finds its home in such busy environments. We consider several city-based projects, illustrating how major contractors utilise this medium.

Installation from height at RAF Brampton

Innovative installation methods help make time-lapse videos possible

We continue our market-leading time-lapse work, helping clients from across the UK to capture projects with unique solutions and fixings. Discover the various places we have been able to fix our camera systems, including from a tree and over the iconic Mary Rose warship.

Moorgate Station Crossrail excavation works for new station entrance

Documenting rail projects with time-lapse and site monitoring

Capturing rail-based projects has a number of challenges that need to be considered seriously, due to the environment of construction sites and the area around them. From vast sites to enclosed areas and short-term projects to very long period works, we take a look at how professional time-lapse companies can still create stunning edits from these locations.

University of Cambridge Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute

Multiple camera systems for major UK contractor

One of the UK’s leading building contractors is once again benefitting from our remote site monitoring services as we capture their new projects across the country. We are now operating on a camera system on our 10th Kier site…