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Check out the best time-lapse videos produced by Evercam capturing construction progress from a range of projects across the globe.

Infrastructure Time-lapse- New Regalica Bridge, Poland

Budimex, the leader in infrastructure construction in Poland is building a new railway bridge in Szczecin. The construction weight is approximately 4,000 tonnes. Two railway tracks will be installed on the bridge.

Watch the progress video here:

Budimex SA, Budimex – Regalica Bridge

Demolition Progress– Shaw Tower, Singapore

Standing at nearly 200m with extensive views of Marina Bay and the city, the new Shaw Tower is expected to provide nearly 560,000 sq ft GFA inclusive of premium Grade A office and retail and F&B space. Check out the video below showcasing a significant milestone in the redevelopment of the project.

Owner:  Shaw Towers Realty Pte Ltd, a part of the Hong Kong-based The Sir Run Run Shaw Charitable Trust

Project/Development Manager: Lendlease

Shaw Tower

BIM Integration- 400H  Project Raleigh North Carolina, USA

Check out this impressive BIM integration video showcasing the 400H project by Barnhill Contracting in North Carolina. The development consists of a 20-story building and will include 16,000 sq ft of retail, 150,000 SF of Class A office spaces, 242 residential units, and 280 parking spaces. Raleigh’s new “vertical community” is estimated to be complete in the Fall of 2023 and will be a highly anticipated, true highlight to the area.

Barnhill Contracting – BIM Integration video

Drone & Time-lapse- Tallawarra Stage B project, Australia

Check out our latest update from Tallawarra Stage B project in New South Wales, Australia. The video shows the progress over the last few months and a lovely drone view. Clough is leading the engineering, procurement, and construction scope for Australia’s first net-zero emissions hydrogen and gas capable power plant in New South Wales.

Clough, Tallawarra Stage B project

Technimark Longford Factory ExtensionConcrete Pour To The Steel Erection, Ireland

Watch the progress of the expansion of the Technimark Longford factory in Ireland from the concrete pour to the steel erection.

The plan is to double the size of the Technimark plant in Longford town to 4000sq meters. The firm has traded in Longford for more than fifty years and was previously known as Longford Tool & Plastic. It was bought out last year by the major US firm, which specializes in the production of high-end moldings and plastic components. 

Technimark Longford Concrete Pour To The Steel Erection

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