Tag: Stoke-on-Trent

Construction of new structure at the old Enson works in Normacot, Stoke-on-Trent. Four bottle kilns are preserved, visible in the background of the shot.

‘Out with the old’ – capturing demolition with time-lapse

Time-lapse is incredibly proficient in terms of the detail it captures, making it an ideal tool when detailing pre-construction works. In this video blog we feature examples which illustrate effective use of time-lapse when showcasing demolition.

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.

Removal of a walkway at Molson Coors

Time-lapse – the ideal tool for demolition

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.

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….

Demolition work of a tower at Molson Coors

Our work: demolition

The “our work” series takes a closer look at some of the clients and projects we work with and on.

Demolition is the focus of this (second) blog.

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…