"The $8.5 trillion global construction industry isn’t exactly known for its efficiency. The U.K. Green Building Council estimates that 15% of materials delivered to construction sites end up in landfills, the result of mismanaged scheduling and purchasing. The American Institute of Architects believes building-related waste makes up anywhere from 25% to 40% of America’s solid-waste stream. With construction spending in the U.S. totaling $1.13 trillion this year, those losses add up to more than $160 billion in waste— and that’s just in America."
Drone Service Pricing
Drone Photography/Video Monitoring
$400 up to 10 acres per site visit
“Having a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly snapshot of your construction site is valuable on so many levels. Give progress reports to your foreman and investors, preform asset management and inspect elements all from your desktop.”
$400.00 up to 10,000sf per event
“Phoenix Drone Services offers photo documentation of all major construction fazes. Have us out pre-pour, pre-electrical, pre-drywall or any other phase you need.”
$100.00 per perspective per week
“View your next project from start to finish with a time-lapse. We install cameras at your site capturing the life of your project. You’ll see your project grow right before your eyes.”
Construction site monitoring is the most common use for drones on active sites. With weekly, bi-weekly or monthly site visits you can obtain high resolution photography and video allowing you to “be on site” even when schedules prohibit.
GIS is a rapidly changing technology thanks to drone technology. We can now do in days what used to take weeks via manned aircraft. Our team arrives onsite and collects aerial imagery without any disruption to daily activities. Using Pix4D (the global leader in drone born data collection processing) we can deliver .LAS files to your engineers with accuracy ratings in the centimeters.
Staying connected to your investors is vital. With monthly progress reports via photo and video collection you’re sure to impress.
Keeping track of equipment within a site of any size can be a challenge. Using photogrammetry and Pix4d you can accurately inventory an entire site from the office using a computer rather than wasting hours navigating the construction site.
It’s important to know how much material will be entering and leaving your site. That’s why accurate volumetric estimations can be critical. Knowing how much material you have in your stockpiles can save time and money.
Allowing a drone to take stock of the quality of your pours and elevations is not only safe but practical. Documenting and inspecting for weaknesses cannot only help eliminate potential future problems it can also save millions in the event of litigation.