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Commercial construction in Nevada often must take place at high speed, as every moment spent constructing a building is a moment when a property isn't making money. Luckily, the weather means construction can take place nearly year round, particularly in the southern part of the state.
In order to keep up with that year-round construction demand, it's necessary to maintain and heighten speed without cutting corners, and that's where Nevada construction drone capabilities can make your construction monitoring much easier.
Drone videography can help both your budget and your organization's speed-to-market. In-depth aerial construction site monitoring can save you large amounts of man-hours with drone surveys, and it's possible to get very detailed, useful video with drone construction inspections. Other benefits include:
Cost-effective aerial video footage for marketing purposes, as well as progress updates: Putting a helicopter in the air to take aerial marketing photos of a construction site, job in progress or finished property can be cost-prohibitive. Drone video capabilities get cameras where they need to be without the high-dollar spend. You can keep your long-distance clients happier when they get regular videos of jobs in progress, as well.
Maintaining and enhancing safety on site: Drones are much more effective than CCTV systems, able to poke into almost every area of a job site. Additionally, there's no cable to run or stationary cameras to maintain in the dusty, superheated conditions of a desert summer.
While a number of restrictions were placed around hobby drone usage in Nevada, on-site commercial usages such as construction sites have few regulations to contend with. Most of those are federal, including the FAA 333 exemption, which is necessary for flying UAVs, or sUAS, unmanned aerial vehicles or systems.
Our experienced pilots have all their exemptions in hand, and know how to get the information you need on camera and ready for your use, whether it's drone marketing videos, inspections, progress reporting, safety monitoring or surveys.