Experience the Power of Construction Time-Lapse Movies
Versatility. In a word, that’s what our high-definition construction time-lapse videos are all about. OxBlue construction camera systems give construction professionals, project owners, and their teams three kinds time-lapse movie capabilities – instant, custom, and professionally produced – and the power to do whatever they need to: document and review progress and promote projects.
Browse our gallery of professionally produced time-lapse movies.
Our time-lapse production experts selected and edited the best jobsite images from each project for these professionally produced time-lapse movies. The result? Time-lapse construction movies that showcase the projects and their owners in only the most favorable light and the kind of high quality needed for presenting to potential investors and clients and promoting work on the company website.
Browse our professional time-lapse video gallery to see for yourself and be sure to check out our live construction webcams. Then visit OxBlue.com to learn more about our time-lapse construction camera systems and time-lapse technology.
USC Williams-Brice Stadium – Columbia, SC
Williams-Brice Stadium underwent a $995,000 makeover that included installing a new sand-based drainage system, irrigation and sod. In addition to the turf improvements, concrete sidewalks replaced asphalt on the sidelines.
Galaxie High Rise Apartments – Madison, WI
The Galaxie is a 170,000- square-foot luxury high rise, centrally located in Madison, WI. Its first three floors consist of commercial space, with 200 residential units above. Emphasizing energy efficiency in its design, the Galaxie boasts luxurious features like floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Capitol and lakes.
LCS Headquarters – Cincinnati, OH
Commemorating the creation of your new headquarters with time-lapse imagery is awesome – just ask LCS. Construction time-lapse videos can be used for documentation, management, promotion and more. Imagine what you can do with our professionally produced time-lapse movies.
DCT Jurupa Logistics Center 1 – Fontanta, CA
This 970,747-square-foot logistics center was built on a 40-acre site in Fontanta, CA. The cross-dock distribution facility was built-to-suit and offers expansive warehouse space featuring a 36’ clear height ceiling, 121 dock doors, 4 grade level doors and 214 trailer parking stalls. It also includes a 16,667-square-foot tenant improvement featuring an impressive lobby, 11 private offices, two conference rooms, a customer service area and more.
Avalon Baker Ranch – Lake Forest, CA
Avalon Baker Ranch offers one- to three-bedroom apartments for lease in a desirable location in Lake Forest, CA. Ranging from just over 700 square feet to over 1,700 square feet, these luxury apartments boast gourmet kitchens with stainless appliances and quartz countertops. The complex also includes professionally landscaped courtyards, a beautiful swimming pool and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
Aspire North Druid Hills – Atlanta, GA
This apartment complex sits on a 7.2-acre site in Atlanta, GA. It includes 310 residential units, 444 parking spaces, a 4,000-square-foot leasing office and clubroom, a 1,000-square-foot game room and a 1,600-square-foot two-story fitness center with a courtyard.
Hampton Inn – Washington, D.C.
Consumer expectations are high when it comes to hotels. That’s why every detail counts on a hotel construction site. It’s one of the many reasons why leading hotel developers rely on construction cameras to keep them informed about the activity on their jobsites 24/7. Link highlighted text to hotel page.
The Tremont – Burlington, MA
The Tremont is a modern luxury apartment complex in Burlington, MA. It offers one-, two- and three-bedroom floorplans and includes 1,200 square feet of indoor/outdoor common area, a 5,500-square-foot clubhouse, an outdoor pool with a grilling patio, a full fitness center with a yoga room and more.
New Chinese Hospital – San Francisco, CA
The New Patient Tower was built to replace the original 1925 Chinese Hospital building in San Francisco, CA. This 100,000-square-foot, eight-story Level 4 Emergency Center facility includes 888 beds, a state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging department, four surgical suites, private ICU beds, cardio-pulmonary outpatient services, and a telemetry unit.
Big Four Pedestrian Bridge – Louisville, KY
The Big Four Bridge is a former railroad truss bridge that crosses the Ohio River to connect Jeffersonville, IN, and Louisville, KY. The six-span bridge, for pedestrian and bicycle use only, is 2,525 feet long with a 53-foot clearance.
Atlanta International School 3 – Atlanta GA
This eight-lane regulation non-equal quadrant track and soccer field were built at the Atlanta International School over a period of just five months.
Blessings Hospital – Qunicy, IL
With an experienced production team manually editing your movie, a build captured at two different angles still equates to one seamless time-lapse. As you see this project come together, discover why professionally produced time-lapse movies are the best way to represent and showcase your project.
MSU College of Human Medicine – Grand Rapids, MI
MSU’s College of Human Medicine is a seven-story, 180,000-square-foot facility containing laboratories, classrooms, offices and student areas. Watch and explore the possibilities a construction camera can bring to your project.
DC Stadium – Washington, D.C.
Home of the Washington Nationals, this 41,313 seat baseball park is located along the Anacostia River in Washington, D.C. Designed and built in just 23 months, the Nationals ballpark is the first green LEED-certified major professional sports stadium in the United States.
Hyatt Place – Columbia, SC
Located near the University of South Carolina, this 130-room hotel is located in the heart of The Congaree Vista in Columbia, SC. The hotel features more than 2,000 square feet of flexible, high-tech meeting/function space as well as an indoor, saltwater swimming pool and a 24-hour gym.
Habitat for Humanity – Atlanta, GA
Building a house in less than two weeks is not possible, or so you thought. This incredible, nine-day build was captured by a construction camera and made possible by Habitat for Humanity volunteers. The “Blitz Build” vividly demonstrates how useful construction webcams and the camera interface are for tracking progress and promoting projects.
Superdome Time-Lapse –
New Orleans, LA
The Superdome received two new improvements to their end zones – massive HD video boards. The 330-by-35-foot screens are above the terrace seats in each end zone. The high-definition video screens are longer than a football field and span the width of nine sections in the upper deck. The new displays are more than seven times larger than the Superdome’s previous video boards.