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 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!