Tag: Stoke-on-Trent

Our time-lapse images shared on Twitter by 125 Deansgate.

The multiple benefits of time-lapse images

Typically, a time-lapse photograph archive facilitates the production of an edited sequence showing progress over a specific period of time. But the benefits of time-lapse images do not stop there.

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.