Building Inspection Services
How many times have you wished to do an inspection of your construction project but all other solutions required serious budgets? Capture the entire construction process for promotional purposes, or use thermal imaging to inspect the roofing – all that and more is possible with aerial shots and aerial videos.
In the construction realm, information is priceless. Imagine if we could provide you, or your corporate office, with progress updates, in real time, as often as you wanted during construction. High definition photos and 4K video, can follow your crews through the weeks, documenting the progression of all work being done. This can also be done utilizing a full 3D modeling program, included in our aerial systems. We can generate a fully interactive 3D map, and Orthomosiac as often as needed, so that information and control are at your fingertips. Additionally, we have access to point-cloud software by request, utilizing the most advanced survey grade technology available.
Construction Companies, and Construction Management Firms will be pleased to know that Mile High Drones can offer extremely tailored services for your exact needs. Using Aerial technology to get progression shots of your sites is one way to help keep a detailed log of construction, as it progresses through the phases. The finished product will also be flown, in ultra-high definition, so you have the stunning portfolio that your company needs to represent itself across many spectrums.
You can save time that you would spend on constant site visits – get a lasting proof of site construction progress. You can easily capture cost-effective aerial views and perform building inspections. Get before, during, and after shots, and conduct building surveys. Enrich your portfolio with High Definition photos and videos.
Here are some examples from past projects. The end deliverable for most projects is a consolidated report with summarized findings and recommendations.
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