Construction in Progress
Construction in progress photography combines revealing angles with wider perspectives to deliver valuable site information to the client. Essentially, aerial shots produce clear progress reports in the form of visualizations that cannot be matched from the ground. Aerial views of any construction site can potentially be used to track and record progress against other data and used to improve efficiency, create progress reports, and save money. Aerial photos can also provide valuable data to help resolve possible disputes.
We are able to achieve excellent depth and quality in all the images we take. Sure, it's easy to correct most images in Photoshop, but if the source file is not resolute to begin with, the final saved image will not look convincing and may even look over-processed.
What is construction in progress?
Construction in progress is more than just photography from the builder's point-of-view. Construction in progress is an accountancy term for all the costs of construction associated with the building of fixed long-term assets. The construction in progress account has a natural debit balance, and is labeled as property, plant, and equipment as part of a company’s long-term assets on a balance sheet. Accountants will begin tracking depreciation once construction of the asset is complete and is put into service.
Once the photos are taken, we make them available to you as soon as possible so you can study, share, and document them as needed. Aerial images give building supervisors, property owners and investors the ability to study the progress of their project.
Let us know how your aerial project should unfold and we will try our best to meet your expectations. We will start on your progressive timeline when and where you want. Even before ground is broken, we'll provide you with detailed aerial views of your proposed construction site. These images can be used for logistics and pre-planning.
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