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Some of Our Top North Carolina Construction Drone Pilots

We have 261 drone pilots available for construction projects in North Carolina.
Below are some of our top pilots and portfolios.

danelgo is a Director of Photography who's added Aerial Cinematography to his tool set. Quality aerial imagery and editing from a filmmaker.


Raleigh, NC
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
License: 3985351
Avg. Rate: $150/hr.

About The Drone Co. Raleigh The Drone Co. Raleigh was started by John Gibbs in Raleigh, NC. and is part of the largest aerial photography franchise in the United States.

The Drone co. Raleigh, Inc

Raleigh, NC
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
License: 3924433
Avg. Rate: $150/hr.

R3AERiAL - Commercial Real Estate

Asheville, Charlotte and Brevard - NC
Insurance Coverage: $10.0 Million
License: 3906128
Avg. Rate: $175/hr.

Destinations by danelgo - Denver [4K]

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Raleigh, NC
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
License: 3985351
Avg. Rate: $150/hr.

Clients Our Pilots

  • Mike and his team were incredibly professional and accommodating as to my specific requirements. I am a commercial real estate broker and use drones 30 +/- per year across the country for my listings. To say that I have very detailed requirements would probably be an understatement, neverthele...
  • I have joined Darren to jobs where he's been individually selected to come and finish the assignments other pilots have fallen short of. With the years of experience he has acquired as a remote and private pilot, you can rest assure he will get the job done, no matter the challenge. I can certain...
  • Kapil and team were incredibly easy to work with, highly communicative and met our expedited timeline. There was even bad weather during our work being complete, but did not at all slow the process down. The quote remained firm from start to end and edits were turned around each time as request...

Using Construction Drones in North Carolina

North Carolina is a picturesque Eastern state, with landscape ranging from beautiful beaches to majestic mountains. It has one of the highest net migration rates in the country, meaning construction is a booming business. In fact, Forbes ranks North Carolina number 2 on its list of Best States for Business so it is no wonder that the population and workforce have been growing steadily for the past ten years. There are many opportunities for new construction and renovations of existing buildings. With a variety of landscapes and unique construction projects companies can greatly benefit from utilizing North Carolina Construction Drones.

Drones, also known as UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), let construction companies take advantage of new technology. They can help you save time and money while ensuring quality and safety. Today we see drones used in many industries from farming to real-estate and construction. Taking a closer look at how drones are used on the construction site we see some strong advantages including:

  • Site Survey: The high-resolution video and photographs that drones take can be used to map out the job site, plan projects with precision and calculate points of access. While in the past you would have to hire a helicopter to get footage for large projects you can now use a drone, saving a large amount of time and money.

  • Monitor Progress: UAV construction monitoring can be used throughout the entire construction project, from planning to finish. You can be sure that your standards are being maintained at all times and have visual confirmation that the project is on schedule. Safety is important to any project, both in terms of the building itself and that of your employees, you can oversee both in real-time.

  • Marketing: There is no better marketing tool than showcasing your company's work through high quality video and pictures. The footage can be taken during monitoring and surveying, meaning no additional time spent on this valuable asset.

  • Unconventional Uses: Drones even have some surprising uses including transportation and security. Some drones can be specially outfitted to transport materials across the construction site. Drones can help monitor security by visually inspecting for trespassing and theft.

With rapidly a rapidly growing population and expanding construction in major cities across North Carolina especially Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Winston-Salem and Durham your company can set itself apart by using drone construction services.

When you hire a drone pilot it is vital to make sure that they are legally licensed and have a FAA 333 exemption. Working with you can be sure that you are working with experienced pilots who are licensed and professional. Take your construction project to new heights with drone construction services.

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