Check out some of the best time-lapse videos produced by the Evercam video team this month, capturing construction progress from a range of projects across the globe.
The Port of Long Beach awarded a contract to Kiewit West Inc., to dismantle and remove main steel truss spans, columns, access ramps, foundations and other pieces of the Gerald Desmond Bridge.
The removal of the suspended span is one of the first steps in demolishing the Desmond Bridge. Full demolition is expected to be concluded by the end of 2023.
Watch the main span lowering day here:
Multiplex reached a major milestone by pouring the top level slab of the new building to deliver a major upgrade to Mosman High School on Sydney’s Lower North Shore.
The development will deliver 16 additional flexible learning spaces, and a new multi-purpose hall/gym, library, administration/staff area, and canteen. The project also includes innovative new outdoor spaces including a rooftop sports multi-court.
Watch how this impressive combination of time-lapse and drone footage captures the construction of the Port of Cork’s new container terminal over the last four years.
With one year to go until the opening of The ANCHOR Centre in Aberdeen, this time-lapse footage showcases the excellent construction progress that has been made. GRAHAM is building a world-class healthcare facility for cancer and blood disorder treatment.
When it opens next autumn, NHS Grampian’s 5,500m² centre will revolutionise oncology and haematology care in the north of Scotland for 65,000 patients every year.
Catch up on the latest from the dmoura1 project – One of the most outstanding office buildings in Cristóbal de Moura street in Barcelona.
The new development is part of the dynamic 30,000 sqm dmoura business campus: 4 class-A buildings of the highest standard set around the district’s landmark brick chimney.
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