Check out some of the best construction time-lapse videos produced by the Evercam video team this month, capturing construction progress from a range of projects across the globe.
Murphy Ireland is constructing the Ringsend Phosphorous Fixation and Recovery Project using Ostara’s Pearl® phosphorus recovery technology.
Upon completion of the project, the Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant will reduce the phosphorus released in the treated effluent and the phosphorus recovered will be processed to produce sustainable fertiliser for use in agriculture.
This project is the first of its kind in Ireland and, once installed, will be the largest in Europe by reactor volume. Since this is a large scale project and the first of its kind, Murphy’s use of visual documentation with Evercam is seen as critical.
Building Information Modelling was a specific client requirement for use on this project. Check out the Video link showcasing the BIM Integration and the Evercam footage:
Works are now completed on the new 123,835 sq ft production warehousing facility at Hortonwood 40 in Telford, UK by Morris Property for Stoford Developments on behalf of UK-leading food packing manufacturer, Portion Solutions.
The new building allowed the manufacturer to combine its production and distribution operations under a single roof, securing the future of its existing workforce and creating new employment opportunities. Watch the final video:
Oceanside Library Bond Project, US
A much anticipated renovation of the Civic Center Library in Oceanside, CA is on the horizon. The project is moving forward quickly and the demolition phase is now complete. Construction is now underway, check out the latest milestone video detailing the demolition phase:
Budimex SA has began the construction of the S11 Koszalin-Szczecinek road, section of the Koszalin West village – the Bobolice village.
The primary focus of the project is the construction of sections of the S6 and S11 expressways on the section of the Koszalin and Sianów bypass with a total length of 20.122 km.
Take a look at this milestone video for the project:
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