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Wonderful experience, excellent communication, and the final product is beyond expectations! Really appreciated the detail as far as location and direction specifics. I'd definitely use them again!
Great job all around. The communication was perfect, Andrew at FlightScan 360 was quick to get to the field to take the photos. The photos were exactly what I asked for and were of great quality. I'd hire again.
Whether you're building a high-rise in Portland, a college dorm in Eugene, or a chain restaurant in Medford, you know you've got to stay in code. For certain jobs, you can't build outside the established pad of any previous structure on the property. That's just one of the many reasons why you need Oregon construction drones.
Our drone pilots give you project visibility from any remote location, or on-site if you just need a different viewpoint. In a case of emergency when you can't be present, we'll help you get a look at what's going on so you can make decisions quickly and effectively.
Even before your project begins our pilots provide aerial construction surveying, and stay with you after your team breaks ground so you can track progress. You decide how often you touch base with your pilot. Drone construction monitoring can help you get eyes on the job at key checkpoints, or even on a daily or weekly basis.
When you use overhead drones for construction monitoring, you can view every aspect of the build site and surrounding areas. You can also keep an eye on water flow and drainage, perform regular construction inspections, and ensure your project remains under budget and on track.
Drones help you see when a column isn't seated correctly, or when a pad hasn't set, and we give you a great bird's eye view of the roof to reveal gaps or poor construction. Our UAV construction monitoring service enables you to observe heating or cool air loss on every surface of the building and surrounding areas so you can address HVAC and other types of issues appropriately.
The photos and videos you receive are perfect for presenting to your stakeholders and at status meetings. You can then file these with your job materials for future review at any time.
Our licensed pilots are legal all have their FAA 333 exemption. This is vital when working with a drone operator accept nothing less. So post your job today. Our pilots know what you're dealing with and they're happy to help.