Tag: office

Progress shot from an MEPC time-lapse construction project.

Why time-lapse office builds?

Office builds are a popular subject for time-lapse photography. We consider the benefits of using this method when capturing the various phases involved in the construction of office developments.

Freight containers with Southampton Freight Services livery

Using Time-Lapse: Southampton Freight Services

Continuing our blog series which looks at how time-lapse is being utilised by our clients, this feature looks at our established relationship with international logistics providers, Southampton Freight Services.

Demolition for New Bailey construction in Manchester

Capturing flagship office builds across the UK

Office builds and construction of new headquarters for the country’s biggest companies and contractors are captured using our remote time-lapse capabilities, including Laing O’Rourke, Galliford Try, Hutchison 3G and MEPC.

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….

Freight containers with Southampton Freight Services livery

Bespoke media package for Southampton Freight Services

A TIGHT timeframe was one of a number of challenges we faced when capturing the fit-out of a major warehouse and office facility in Hampshire.

Southampton Freight Services chose us over any other company to capture the renovation of their new headquarters…

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…