Reasons to use Aerials in Construction Business

Aerial Photography is used to document progress on the construction site. This consists of taking pictures of the same site over all phases of construction. It can start before breaking ground or something during the building cycle. 
 

At the site:

  • An aerial taken of the site before you start can be used to determine many logistics of the building process. 

  • It can show all of the actual details of the site and the surrounding area

  • Great tool when organizing sub-contractor sequencing and placement of trailers, equipment and material deliveries

  • Determine placement of utilities

 In the office:

  • Use the digital images to zoom in and inspect project details

  • Great advertising and marketing tool – websites, brochures, business cards, etc.

  • Creates impressive presentations and displays

  • Quality aerial photography creates outstanding wall decor for construction, engineering, and architectural firms

  • An outstanding gift for clients or those who participated in the project

 Documentation: 

  • Provides a permanent, objective and historical record

  • Use in monthly reports to document stages completed for clients and vendors

  • Keeps your investors up-to-date

  • Use in Site Inspection Reports

  • Use in future repairs or additions

 Legal:

  • Can aid in important decisions regarding safety, legal issues and efficiency

  • Provides a permanent, indisputable record of the site on a specific day.

  • Have proved to be a valuable tool in construction disputes, insurance claims and legal matters.

Downtown San Diego

Downtown San Diego

This little house is located on an island called Elliðaey near Vestmannaeyjar, a small archipelago off the south coast of Iceland. The house was given to Björk as a “Thank You” for putting Iceland on the international map. So beautiful.

This little house is located on an island called Elliðaey near Vestmannaeyjar, a small archipelago off the south coast of Iceland. The house was given to Björk as a “Thank You” for putting Iceland on the international map. So beautiful.

Reblogged from Julia Smola
What do you see?

What do you see?

About Aerial Photography from Wiki

Aerial photography is the taking of photographs of the ground from an elevated position. The term usually refers to images in which the camera is not supported by a ground-based structure. Cameras may be hand held or mounted, and photographs may be taken by a photographer, triggered remotely or triggered automatically.

Platforms for aerial photography include fixed-wing aircrafts, helicopters, balloons, blimps and dirigibles, rockets, kites, poles and parachutes. Aerial photography should not be confused with Air-to-Air Photography, when aircraft serve both as a photo platform and subject.

Aerial photography was first practiced by the French Photographer and balloonist Gaspard-Felix Tourchanon, known as “Nadar”, in 1858 over Paris, France.

Beautiful Shot

Beautiful Shot