Aerial footage has long been used by video and film professionals to add a sense of grandeur to their work. Aerial video suggests high production values and it lends a cinematic feel that makes a strong visual impact on audiences. Once, it was the sole preserve of big budget film-makers but, today, new UAV and video camera technologies have made aerial video accessible – and affordable – to an ever-growing number of clients. Continue reading “Aerial Video: Promotional Shoot, Wirral”
The construction company, Galliford Try, is currently delivering a £4.7m contract to build a 28m-span road bridge over the Leeds to York railway line. This will form part of a new Manston Lane Link Road, which is designed to connect the city of Leeds to Junction 46 of the M1. The road itself will provide improved access to Thorpe Park, which is already home to many businesses but will ultimately feature a shopping and leisure complex, offices, new homes, a public park and sports facilities. Continue reading “Site Progress Record: Railway Bridge Construction, Leeds”
Structural surveys are becoming an increasingly important part of our work. To showcase our capabilities in this field, we have launched a new video. It shows our work on everything from ancient monuments to football stadiums.
Momentus Consulting Group is a full-service integrated marketing agency with a division that specialises in supporting clients in the logistics and industrial sectors. Earlier in the summer, it contacted SUAVE in connection with a video it wished to produce, featuring a newly completed 250,000 sq ft warehouse in Trafford Park. Developed by IPIF & Peel Logistics, the building has been leased to logistics provider XPO as a distribution centre for the Missguided women’s fashion brand. Continue reading “Aerial Video: 250,000 sq ft Warehouse, Trafford Park”
Since issuing our last newsletter, SUAVE has made a couple of national television appearances. We appeared on BBC’s Newsround as part of a report into the question of UAVs and concerns over privacy and, in March 2013, we appeared on the BBC’s Countryfile programme as part of its feature on fossil erosion along the Jurassic Coast.