When it comes to construction progress photography, safety is key. Can’t do good work if you’re lying on the ground writhing in pain due to carelessness. Be aware, be seen. Safety vest, glasses, steel-toe boots, and hard hat… always!
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This past June our Washington, DC photog Mike Kircher photographed a pretty amazing operation down at Blue Plains WWTP. Shooting for Ulliman Schutte Construction he documented the installation of 45 light posts…by helicopter!
The helicopter pilot picked the light posts, which were laid out at the south dock, then carried each one to its designated base around the plant. Five or six men waited at each location to guide the massive post as it was lowered into place. They then released the straps as the helicopter flew off to pick another post. The average time from pick to install was about 6 minutes!
Impressive work all the way around.
Photographing portions of the National Museum of African American History and Culture for Component Assembly Systems in Washington, DC.
Great video by our man, Eric Lanoce!
Thanks to Laurie and Alan for giving us all a chance to visit and enjoy the holidays together! Was truly a great time.
A quick apology… I failed miserably in trying to get everyone in here. Just didn’t quite pull it off. Was having far too much fun, I guess! 🙂 Sorry.