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We have 33 drone pilots available for construction projects in New Mexico.
Below are some of our top pilots and portfolios.
Fantastic job done on some real estate work that I needed in the Mt Baker area. Professional, timely, and exactly what I needed. Couldn't recommend more highly!
Working with Jeff was stress-free. With a list of exactly what he wanted mocked up in Google Earth, as well as a shot list for other images that just aren't possible with Google Earth, capturing the correct imagery was easy. I appreciated the speedy response time of his messages for some question...
Eric was fantastic. We hit a snag with our proximity to Washington, D.C. and Eric was able to work through it all while providing constant updates. The end footage that we got was even better than I could have hoped for. I highly recommend Eric as he was able to help me figure out exactly what my...
Our hats are off to New Mexico’s Associated General Contractors (AGC) 2016 Best Building Award Winners in Farmington, Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Silver City, and Los Alamos. Awesome way to raise the bar on the quality of commercial construction projects all over the state!
The fact is, there’s a lot happening in New Mexico in terms of new commercial construction, and that’s why we’re here to help with New Mexico Construction Drones. We help keep the bar high by monitoring for safety factors, environmental requirements, and just by helping project managers and stakeholders keep their eyes on the job no matter where they may be.
With aerial construction surveying, you can provide environmental due diligence with professional video and pictures that are suitable for any executive presentation. Aerial footage enables you to demonstrate any potential environmental impacts you may discover, in a way that aids leadership in making solid decisions with confidence.
Once your project breaks ground, our drone pilots are available to perform on-the-spot construction monitoring. You can do everything from inspecting concrete pads to reviewing the stability of support beams to evaluating roof composition. Get a pilot out after a storm comes through so you can monitor water flow and buildup, and also to assess potential damage.
As the project progresses you can bring in UAV-enabled drones to pinpoint heat and cold losses, so these can be remediated quickly and effectively. UAV construction drones also provide 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 come on in and post whatever jobs you need. You can get a pilot out on a regular basis, or only as needed to document project checkpoints. No matter how big or small your project may be, we’ve got experienced drone pilots to help you.