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Progress Monitoring

From the first shovel to the ribbon cutting ceremony, monitoring your construction site is essential to maintaining investor awareness, monitoring contract conformance, and staying ahead of unforeseen pitfalls.  . Weekly and monthly reports provide the most efficient way to monitor the progress of your project while also documenting above and below ground structural data for future development and maintenance. The benefits  outweigh the costs and can be packaged as a line item for the client. 


Wingtra Drone fixed wing aerial mapping mine

Originally obtained via full scale aircraft, UAVs have replaced the costly and time consuming methods of the past. Now, general contractors can obtain critical data almost instantly through progression monitoring services. This helps with bottom line costs and offers new technology based, value added benefits for future clientele. 


aerial image roundabout construction drone

Expertly flown aircraft can provide real-time data to project managers on the ground, offering a birds-eye view of site progression. Periodic progression maps can be used to document snapshots of the site throughout the building process. This data can be utilized during construction as well as decades later  when servicing or expanding the work site.


This minute long video shows the  benefits of aerial progression monitoring. Here, our client requested monthly progression studies of a school renovation. This data will be useful for decades to come. 

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