PONTY LIDO RESTORATION

Our time-lapse cameras have captured the 18 month restoration of Lido Ponty. Following it’s 24-year closure, the grade two-listed lido has been restored to its former glory years between 1927-1991. This exciting £6.3m restoration project by Rhondda Cynon Taf Council was made possible with financial support from the European Regional Development Fund through the Welsh […]

Holborn Circus Area Enhancement Scheme

The City of London and the London Borough of Camden, in partnership with Transport for London embarked on a project to improve the layout of Holborn Circus junction to make it simpler and safer for all users. The City of London used the time-lapse images to monitor the progress on site, and the film clearly […]

Creating Prime Place in Greenwich Village

Regenology were contracted by Willmott Dixon, the UK’s leading construction and property services company, to provide time-lapse cameras to record the development of Prime Place, part of the mixed-use regeneration scheme in Greenwich Village. The new flats were sold off-plan and Regenology’s live images allowed the buyers to see their homes being built and architects […]

Rhigos Substation Overhead Line Diversion Work

Rhigos Substation In 2015 ABB and Balfour Beatty Utility Servcies worked with the National Grid on an ambitious project to install the cable that links the wind farm to the power grid at Rhigos substation on the Hirwaun Industrial Estate in Wales. It proved a challenging engineering problem. To protect a major road passing underneath, […]

Archbishop Beck Catholic Sports College

In 2013 Willmott Dixon built a state of the art school in Liverpool. The Archbishop Beck Catholic Sports College features a sports hall with six courts, a 3G pitch, a theatre and recording and dance studios. Regenology ‘s time lapse film allowed the school children to see the latest images from the site. It enabled […]

North Wales Prison Project – Concrete Pour

In September 2013, the Secretary for Justice announced that the Former Firestone Site on Wrexham Industrial Estate would be the location for a North Wales Prison. The prison will be a huge boost to the North Wales economy. Construction alone is a £212 million investment. Once operational, it is expected to boost the regional economy […]