2020 has been full of surprises that no one asked for, a year unlike we’ve ever experienced. A year marked by huge disruption to the construction industry comes to an end. Take a moment and look back and explore our 10 most popular construction time-lapses of the year.

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We covered some amazing blue skies throughout the year. Here’s a clip from the Intercontinental Hotel Dublin Airport, by Stewart Construction.

Intercontinental Hotel Dublin Airport, Stewart Construction – Ireland

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We are a fan of all modular construction time-lapses, check out this video of the Addiscombe Grove housing development in Croydon by Pocket Living.

Addiscombe Grove, Pocket Living – UK

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Stunning time-lapse footage capturing the progress at Horgan’s Quay in Cork by Bam Ireland.

Horgan’s Quay development, BAM – Ireland

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Our favourite internal fit-out this year in Burra Place Shellharbour by CARAS. We love what happens when you combine construction time-lapse with our BIM integration feature.

Burra Place Shellharbour, CARAS – Australia

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Modular built homes over car parks & land that cannot otherwise be developed. This innovative project by ZEDPODs and Bristol City Council will deliver much needed social housing in St. George.

‘Hope Rise’, ZED PODS – UK

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A construction time-lapse with a cause. Simonds Homes have supported My Room Children’s Cancer Charity by donating a house for the annual 2019 and 2020 ‘Home for a Cure’. This year’s home is located in Satterley’s Arcadia Estate in Melbourne’s south-east.

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Church Street Regeneration: Bouygues UK are using Evercam construction cameras to capture the development of 168 new homes on London’s Luton Street, as part of Westminster City Council’s Church Street regeneration programme.

Luton Street, Bouygues – UK

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Covering projects overseas: The Palms at Cardinal is a residential development in Beaumont Texas. Check out this construction timelapse capturing the progress being made by OneForce Construction.

The Palms – Beaumont Texas – USA

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Clancy Construction are working on the restoration of the roof of the legendry St. Patrick’s Cathedral located in Dublin. This €9.2m process involves removing the existing slates and reinstating a new slated roof finish.

Saint Patrick’s Cathedral – Ireland

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Last but not least a beautiful sunrise over the Bonham Quay mixed-use commercial development in Galway, Ireland.

Bonham Quay, SISK – Ireland

All in all, perhaps 2021 looks a lot more positive than once thought. We’re ready to lead you into the future of construction cameras!