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Some of Our Top Washington Construction Drone Pilots

We have 84 drone pilots available for construction projects in Washington.
Below are some of our top pilots and portfolios.

FAA certified (part 107) and privately insured aerial photography professional with 6 years remote flying experience. Currently serving Greater Chicago and Western Indiana.

True Blue Sphere, LLC

 
White Salmon, WA
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 4081428
 
Avg. Rate: $100/hr.
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We provide beautiful aerial videos and photos, and precise aerial images, to help grow our clients’ profits with eye-catching visuals and highly accurate images.

Above It Media LLC

 
Lake Stevens, WA
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 4093469
 
Avg. Rate: $75/hr.
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Evergreen Drone Works Evergreen Drone Works
 
Spokane, WA
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 4037612
 
Avg. Rate: $150/hr.

Mapping, Ortho-Photos and 3D Models

Airworks Imagery LLC Airworks Imagery LLC
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Redmond, WA
 
Insurance Coverage: $1.0 Million
 
License: 4001896
 
Avg. Rate: $150/hr.

Clients Our Pilots

  • Dustin, you did an awesome job on the Panera Bread! Everything we asked for you gave us and the photos were super clear high res. Thank you, much appreciate your prompt response to this job! Will definitely use again :)
    -Sheren
  • Thank you much for the pictures and the videos - they are amazing!!! Everyone is going nuts over the promo videos and we are super pumped to see you again this winter!!
    -Whisper Ridge
  • Excellent quality photos and videos. Very good customer service, before and after the flight. Offers on my property have increased since I posted the video and stills. I would highly recommend Falcon View Imagery!
    -Andy

Washington State Construction Drones

From the constant freeway expansions and high-rise construction projects in Seattle and surrounding cities on the west side, to the housing construction in college towns like Spokane and Pullman on the east side, Washington State construction drones are changing the way contractors do business. More and more real-estate developers and builders, project managers and general contractors are relying on drones to provide them with weekly updates on projects, give timely progress video data to investors, and assist in construction site security.

In order to legally operate a drone - also called an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) - the FAA requires pilots to maintain FAA 333 exemption permitting them to operate a drone commercially. As the industry has grown exponentially, Droners stands out as a company dedicated to providing outstanding service for all Washington construction drone service needs. Here are just a few of the ways drone services can work for you.

  • Site monitoring is costly. By using aerial site monitoring, your expense decreases significantly while your available data increases. Weekly fly-overs of your site can monitor everything from traffic patterns to construction errors that might otherwise be missed, and can be a cost-saving add-on to your site security.

  • Keeping your job on-time and on-budget is vital. By using UAV video data, you will be able to pinpoint inefficiencies, flag waste, and most efficiently schedule subcontractors as your job moves forward.

  • Providing continually updated progress reports to investors is important. Using construction drones provides an ideal way to give them assurance that your job is on track.

  • From surveys to inspections and everything in between, construction drones are changing the face of construction in Washington State.

Whether your project is large or small, our construction drone pilots are eager to work with you. Submit your job today to receive immediate responses from our Washington drone pilots. You'll be able to review their portfolios and get your questions answered before you commit. Hire a construction drone pilot today!





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