Construction work is often about building dreams, but when the work is still in progress most people only see the mess, the dust and inconvenience.
But when a company can show how their plans are taking shape, coming together and turning dreams to reality, those images keep everyone enthused, excited and focused on the final result. Providing investor progress information can be a key factor for future contracts. The construction photographers at Greg Harding photography understand this from their extensive experience shooting construction projects.
Construction Photography Gallery
On-site progress construction photography records not just the construction itself but also captures the people who all play their part in bringing drawings and sketches to life.
Recent Construction Photography Work
Greg Harding Photography provided unique and exclusive imagery for the £450 million New Hospitals Development in the centre of Manchester. Since then, projects have included working with the Building Schools for the Future (BSF) consortium as well as a number of steel work companies and oak frame construction businesses, from foundation to completion.
With a head for heights – so sitting aloft the tallest crane is no problem! – and supplying his own PPE, Greg captures the changes on site that change lives when the construction is complete.