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Some of Our Top Arizona Construction Drone Pilots

We have 115 drone pilots available for construction projects in Arizona.
Below are some of our top pilots and portfolios.

I am a drone enthusiast for the past 5 years. I have logged hundreds of hours flying both by sight and through auto missions. I try and fly daily to keep my skills honed and develop new ones.

First Light Aerial

 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 12563
 
Avg. Rate: $125/hr.

We offer professional, competent drone services in New Mexico. We like to say if you can imagine it we will do our best to make it happen. Matt is a licensed remote pilot and absolute professional.

Launch Photography and Drone Services

 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 1370808
 
Avg. Rate: $125/hr.

Montage

First Light Aerial First Light Aerial
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 12563
 
Avg. Rate: $125/hr.

Video fly through of point cloud 3D rendering. Encinitas, CA

Hummingbird Systems Hummingbird Systems
 
None
 
Insurance Coverage: $2.0 Million
 
License: 14269
 
Avg. Rate: $250/hr.

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Clients Our Pilots

  • Excellent work! Would recommend to anyone interested in roof Inspection for a possible home purchase.
    -Sheena
  • Alex King did a very nice job. Easy to work with, professional, understood what I was looking for. Very quick to respond, film and produce the final product. I would use him anytime, no issues.
    -Lawrence
  • Dave is amazing. He made sure that my real estate photos were exactly what I had envisioned. His equipment is impressive and his knowledge of technology is even more impressive. He is totally professional, affordable, available, patient and easy to communicate with. I highly recommend DCE IT...
    -Denise

Picking up the Pace with Arizona Construction Drones

There’s a lot going on in Arizona these days – a stadium going up in Tempe, a huge retirement center in the West Valley, and medical office buildings totaling more than 1.2 million rentable square feet from Sun City to Tucson and several other areas in the Valley. Work is at hand, and although environmental regulations are adding another level of difficulty, there’s no time to lose. That’s why you need Arizona construction drones; they can help you get your project going, satisfy environmental requirements, and keep an eye on the job when you can't be there in person.

Construction project managers rely more and more on drone construction pilots to provide visibility throughout the project. Using aerial construction surveying, you’ll be able to perform environmental due diligence that results in professional video and pictures. This is information you can bring to the table that shows you’re doing your part to ensure the success of the project. You can show your stakeholders any potential impacts to the environment, in ways that help them make solid decisions with confidence.

Once your project is off the ground, drone pilots can help you with construction monitoring so you can verify your workers adhere to safety standards and check on every aspect of the build, from the pour of pads and posts all the way up to roof composition. After a storm comes through, our aerial survey drone pilots can help you assess water flow and potential damage or buildup.

With UAV construction monitoring, you can pinpoint heat and cold loss and get it remediated. UAV is also great for ground video to show hot and cold spots that aren’t visible to the naked eye.

Our licensed construction drone pilots have their FAA 333 exemption that allows them to legally operate a drone commercially. So get started today by posting the job you need, whether it's daily construction monitoring or to get a drone pilot in at specific project checkpoints. We'll help you get your project off the ground.





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