Construction photography specialist opens new London office

Construction photo survey specialist 360photosurvey.com opens our Central London office to cater for an increasing workload within the Capital. 

Recent projects within London include prestigious high-profile New build and Listed Building developments including the London Southbank redevelopment and the Camden Lock Development alongside the Regents Canal.

From our base near Manchester, 360photosurvey.com has been undertaking detailed photographic commissions of construction projects throughout the UK with some fabulous projects including Aberdeen`s new Port, Manchester Town Hall Transformation redevelopment in addition to some interesting work on the Isle of Man.  The new London office provides a local presence for our growing number of London based clients whom include Main Contractors, Local Government and developers.

360photosurvey.com has over 30 years of experience providing a complete photographic service to our construction and property clients.

Our main area of work undertaking photo condition surveys and photo dilapidation surveys provide a detailed and definitive record of buildings and their surroundings prior to construction or demolition works commencing (frequently a requirement of planning permissions particularly on Listed Buildings) for which we have become a market leader with our surveys regularly exceed many thousands of high quality images and 360 degree photographic records enabling project teams to `virtually` walk through their buildings.

360photosurvey.com provides a professional, friendly fixed price service, tailoring our services to your specific requirements regularly undertaking work for clients at very short notice to meet tight project programs.

Call Chris on Freephone 0800 716 703 – we`ll be more than happy to discuss your requirements and advise how we can help.

360photosurvey.com London Office: 16 Upper Woburn Place, Euston, London, WC1H OAF

Specialist constructon project photo survey company opens new London Office

 

  • Photo dilapidation surveys London
  • Photo condition surveys London
  • 360 photo surveys London
  • Progress photography London
  • Aerial photography London
  • Time lapse London
  • Construction project video London
  • Architectural photography London
  • Interior photography London
  • London photographer
  • Photographer London

Construction photo survey specialist to open new London office

Construction photo survey specialist 360photosurvey.com announces it is to open a new London office to cater for its increasing workload within the Capital. 

Recent projects within London include a number of prestigious and high-profile New build and Listed Building developments.

  • Photo dilapidation surveys London
  • Photo condition surveys London
  • Progress photography London
  • Aerial photography London
  • Time lapse London
  • Construction project video London
  • Architectural photography London
  • Interior photography London
  • Construction photographer London
  • If your project requires a definitive photographic record prior to works commencing – please phone Freephone 0800 716 703 – we`ll be more than happy to discuss your requirements and advise how we can help.

London Road Fire Station and Mayfield Station set for redevelopment

360photosurvey.com captured this dramatic roof level image, looking across Manchester`s London Road Fire Station tower toward the forlorn and derelict Mayfield Station.  Both have proposals in place for redevelopment to these fabulous Listed buildings. 

View across roof top to London Road Fire Station tower with derelict Mayfield Station beyond

Highway photo conditions case study Manchester`s Cathedral Square

As part of the condition surveys required for Manchester`s grade 2 Listed Corn Exchange redevelopment, 360photosurvey undertook a detailed photographic condition survey of the roads and hard landscaping around the building on which construction traffic was due to utilize. The survey included both high quality still photographs and a 360o record enabling the project team to clearly identify location and zoom in to the area on their computers using our digital survey.  This video illustrates how easy it was to identify locations on the site plan and then navigate in full 360o around the images, enabling the viewer to virtually walk around the whole area of the survey and providing a definitive record for the client, contractor and Local Authority Highways department records.

Highway photo condition survey for the Port of Aberdeen expansion project – case study

As part of the condition surveys required for the Port of Aberdeen expansion project prior to works commencing, 360photosurvey.com undertook an extensive photographic condition survey of the roads both within the site area in addition to the routes to be used by construction traffic to provide a definitive record.  The survey included both high quality still photographs and a 360 degree record enabling the project team to clearly identify location and zoom in to the area on their computers using our digital survey.  This video illustrates how easy it was to identify locations on the site plan and then navigate in full 360 degrees around the images, enabling the viewer to virtually walk around the whole area of the survey.

360photosurvey has now amassed a huge portfolio of images for sale on the Alamy website

360photosurvey has now amassed a huge portfolio of images for sale on the Alamy website

http://www.alamy.com/search/imageresults.aspx?qt=&imgt=1&ps=100&pn=7&cbstore=0#BHM=foo%3Dbar%26st%3D0%26sortby%3D2%26qt%3D%26qt_raw%3D%26qn%3Dchris%2520billington%26lic%3D3%26edrf%3D0%26mr%3D0%26pr%3D0%26aoa%3D1%26creative%3D%26videos%3D%26nu%3D%26ccc%3D%26bespoke%3D%26apalib%3D%26ag%3D0%26hc%3D0%26et%3D0x000000000000000000000%26vp%3D0%26loc%3D0%26ot%3D0%26imgt%3D1%26dtfr%3D%26dtto%3D%26size%3D0xFF%26blackwhite%3D%26cutout%3D%26archive%3D1%26name%3D%26groupid%3D%26pseudoid%3D%26userid%3D%26id%3D%26a%3D%26xstx%3D0%26cbstore%3D0%26resultview%3DsortbyPopular%26lightbox%3D%26gname%3D%26gtype%3D%26apalic%3D%26tbar%3D1%26pc%3D%26simid%3D%26cap%3D1%26customgeoip%3DGB%26vd%3D0%26cid%3D%26pe%3D%26so%3D%26lb%3D%26fi%3D0%26langcode%3Den%26upl%3D0%26cufr%3D%26cuto%3D%26howler%3D%26cvrem%3D0%26cvtype%3D0%26cvloc%3D0%26cl%3D0%26upfr%3D%26upto%3D%26primcat%3D%26seccat%3D%26cvcategory%3D*%26restriction%3D%26random%3D%26saveQry%3D%26editorial%3D1%26t%3D0%26edoptin%3D%26ps%3D100%26pn%3D7%26cbstore%3D0

 

Salford Chord – an aerial view

Salford Chord, the long awaited rail link between Manchester Piccadilly and Victoria Stations has now been officially opened with trains due to commence using it in December 2017. 

360photosurvey.coms telescopic mast with full remote control Pro Nikon DSLR cameral system captures some fabulous images that simply can not be captured using drones (although we do use drones, this particular photoshoot couldn`t use drones due to the proximity of the Public/Traffic)

 

Watson Homes latest development at the former home of Salford Reds

Watson Homes have completed their latest residential development at “The Willows” in Salford, Greater Manchester.  The former home of Salford Reds Rugby Club was vacated by the club on their move to their new Stadium alongside the Manchester Ship Canal.  North West based aerial photographer 360photosurvey.com were appointed to undertake regular aerial photography during the development using drones and vehicle mounted telescopic masts to provide aerial and high level images.

Photo dilapidation surveys – case study Manchester Town Hall transformation project

Photo dilapidation surveys – case study of the dilapidation survey undertaken of the Manchester Town Hall complex prior to major construction works commencing.  The survey comprised in excess of 3 million photographs utilizing 360 degree technology linked from floor plans enabling the viewer to locate the room/space on the floor plan and then entering the 360 degree image from where to be able to fully look around and move between the 360 image locations.  This particular survey utilized low resolution 360 degree images combined with high resolution still images linked via hotspots within the 360 images.  360 degree technology has radically improved since this survey was undertaken enabling extremely high resolution 360 images with the capability of zooming into study remarkably small details.