Our position as one of the most trusted time-lapse providers has seen us document many large-scale government and military developments – many of which are confidential due to the sensitive nature of the sites.
Our work often entails installing camera systems in high places. We consider the ins and outs of working on rooftops in order to provide the best in time-lapse and site monitoring services.
What is needed to create successful long-term time-lapse? This blog considers these three fundamentals: equipment, power source and remote monitoring.
A large portion of construction work in city centres involves office developments. We look back at some of our own work which illustrates how time-lapse can be applied to showcase work in this sector.
As 2016 comes to an end, we review just some of the many projects and work we have been involved in these past 12 months. In part one of this round-up, take a look at our new websites, new staff and most popular blogs.
With so many construction projects now captured using time-lapse, we take a look at how demolition works can also be brought to life through use of this medium. From tower blocks to historic sites, demolition time-lapses can be applied to almost any project and can serve a whole host of different purposes.
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.
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…
MANCHESTER is gearing up for a huge construction revolution – and we will be there to capture it.
In late 2014 it was announced that £300m worth of investment funds for housing would be released, in addition to various infrastructure improvements to benefit the area’s mammoth £51bn economy.
And our bespoke camera systems have already proved exceptionally popular across the Greater Manchester area, for a number of different purposes, sectors and clients.
A NEW £5.5m bridge was moved into its final position over the M56 during the final weekend in February – and we had a camera in place documenting the impressive feat.
Our colleagues at Aerial Images asked us to collaborate with them on this project for the Highway’s Agency by installing one of our specialist, Ultra HD time-lapse camera systems to capture the bridge being lifted…