Photography & Videography to Augment the Project Development Process
Increase situational awareness and site management
With large construction projects, viewing the work at ground level may not accurately convey how the project is progressing. Aerial imagery provides a clearer picture of which areas are on track and which may be experiencing issues.
Encourage stakeholder buy-in and build public excitement
Drone photography and videography at client-defined intervals is an engaging way to document project milestones, track progress, and show the mesmerizing transformation from original condition to finished facility. Stakeholders who cannot go on-site can see the project come to life, and potential investors get an enticing look at future real estate opportunities.
Reduce risk during day-to-day operations and emergency scenarios
WithersRavenel leverages unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to inspect buildings, roofs, aerial pipelines, and elevated tanks and record surface condition or structural integrity without exposing personnel to unnecessary risks. Following a disaster, we can use this same technology to bypass downed power lines or flooded roadways to assess damages, expediting emergency responses and management.