Construction Photography

Adam Coupe Photography have spent thirty years working in the construction industry and have a keen interest and understanding of construction methods and products that we emphasis in our construction photography.

With experience of hundreds of site safety induction briefings and qualified for full CSCS site safety accreditation we bring an efficient yet safe approach as your construction photographer.

Deadlines are a key aspect within construction projects and with extensive experience working with many of the large UK contracting companies we ensure the optimum time is arranged for the shoot. Many main contractors now allow us on site to shoot construction photography unaccompanied, meaning your photographic assignments are completed efficiently and on time.

See our extensive portfolio of construction photography and select any of the images for more information.

Tuke School in Southwark, London has unusual M&E designs as ‘ground heating’ has been installed in the footings through which air is passed to gain a warming effect in winter and a cooling effect in summer.  This air is drawn into the building from an external vent and along the 60mm and 120mm air pipes by a low velocity fan. Ground air heating is often combined with ground source underfloor heating using geothermal underground heat. Air pipe is installed between two and three metres underground and benefits from the consistent underground temperature of 10 degrees at this depth.

No. 1 Nottingham Science Park by Studio Egret West rejuvenated a 12 acre brown field site that had been dormant for 50 years into a wetland nature reserve.  Wooden ‘Lily pad’ decks provide walkways for staff around the lake and a link from university boating lake to Dunkirk Pond. See blog post here

The distinctive looping structure of the ArcelorMittal Orbit is an icon of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The striking steel tower became a symbol of the brilliance and originality of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games | London Architecture Photography  See blog post her

The new £45million Princess Royal Stand at Cheltenham Racecourse was completed ahead of target in 19 months and consists of five floors covering an area of four hectares | Building Photographers | Commercial Architectural Photography | See blog post here

The White Collar Factory is a mixed use project by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris Architects for Derwent London plc at the junction of Old Street and Silicon Roundabout. The development creates residential and incubator business spaces in London’s Tech City housed in a 16-storey, two retained buildings and three new four and five storey structures.

The £7 million scheme forms the new centre of the campus and includes social and exhibition spaces, study and training rooms and teaching spaces. The 2,000m2 building features a glazed facade with a covered terrace and internal mezzanine area.   Architectural Photography Berkshire |  See blog post here|

Chips in New Islington, Manchester was designed by Will Alsop to provide a mixture of commercial space on the ground floor with 142 apartments on the upper floors.  Surrounded by canals on three sides, the building has its own park, marina and canal boat moorings. The building is part of an urban renewal project led by Urban Splash | Architectural Photographer UK | Architectural Photography

Putney High School have converted an existing hall into a performing arts centre.  The transformed timber and copper clad space introduces the latest music and speech systems together with balconies and retractable seating | Architecture Photographers | Architectural Detail Photography See blog post

The Crystal building by Siemens is a showcase project to demonstrate the latest ‘green’ building technologies within a working building.  The building generates 70% less CO2 than a comparable building and has £0 heating costs. The triple glazed walls let in 70% of the natural light but only 30% of the solar energy. 199 ground source heat pipes, measuring a total of 17km and reaching a depth of 150m heat the building during the winter and provide summer cooling.

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