Steel Building Construction Timelapse
This is a current steel building construction project.
Watch the first stages of the erection of a steel building required for storage purposes.
The building is an extension to a building we constructed for the client back in 2013 which has already seen the addition of an office/showroom in 2015.
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Timelapse Steel Construction
Time Lapse of Church Auditorium Remodel - Worship Edge
Time Lapse of Bridgewater Church Conklin auditorium remodel.
Ecosteel Metal Building Construction Process
EcoSteel is committed to an active involvement from the earliest stages of a project, aiming to develop a supportive relationship with our client and their professional team. Assistance is provided with both, technical and budget issues and carefully considered value engineering, the development of connection details and innovative erection schemes frequently providing benefits to the construction program and the scheme budget.
WDMB erects a metal building with roof extension.
WDMB builds a 30' X 35' Metal Building with 35' X 15' roof extension in one day!
1-week construction time-lapse with 22 closeups: Ⓗ Week 42: Structural steel; all-day concrete pour
Two major themes this week: structural steel and concrete pouring. We see a lot of structural steel frame work this week, sort of like assembling a giant erector set, by some very sure-footed guys (the raising gang, the bolting gang, the plumb up gang). On Thursday there's a concrete pour that lasts all day. And of course the tower cranes are constantly going, and we see some excavator work, although the amount of open areas for excavator work are rapidly dwindling.
I had an unfortunate mishap this week — on Friday morning the base time-lapse camera mysteriously stopped recording, and I didn't notice until I went to download the video from it on Sunday. So, unfortunately some of the base time-lapse is missing from Friday and Saturday. I do still have the highlights from those days, though.
In this Ⓗ series, we're following the construction of a new 12-story hospital that will occupy an entire city block in San Francisco. This is a construction time-lapse at 900x, with 22 bonus highlights/closeups scattered throughout at various speeds, compressing the period from April 13 - 18, 2015 (Week 42) into about 22 minutes. Night-times and non-working days are omitted.
This video is not endorsing or recommending, nor was it endorsed by, any business, product, or organization. The appearance of, or mention of, any person, business, product or organization in it is not necessarily an endorsement or recommendation of or by that person, business, product, or organization. This recording is of views and scenes visible to the public.
Music licensed from AudioMicro.com. I know I'm using the same music for all of these weekly time-lapses, but there's too many of them and they're too long to license different music for each one. I did recently invest in some additional music, though, so there is more variety now. You are of course free to turn down the volume and provide your own accompaniment music!
Maroto United | Quality Pre-Engineered Metal Building Church Steel Erection
Watch a short video of a pre-engineered metal building erection with insulated roof and wall panels to be used as a church.
This assembly video shows a DIY approach to assembling the Centra Series metal building. Safe practices should be taken when erecting a metal building. More information, including printable instructions, can be found at centraseries.com.
80x100 Metal Building: 31 Day Construction Time Lapse
This is a long time lapse construction sequence of the 80x100 shop being built. It starts right after the footers were poured and continues through the foundation forming/rebar, pump truck pouring the slab, building framework being put together, siding installation, and roofing. This time lapse was shot with a GoPro Hero 3 Black over 31 days. I used my 12 volt long-time-lapse setup and my belt mount. The camera was set to take a 12MP/wide picture every 60 seconds. After it was all done I ended up with around 15,000-20,000 pictures to go through. The building came from in AR. The ceiling height inside at the peak is 22'. The sidewalls are 16' tall. The end walls have a 8' overhang and the sidewalls have a 10' overhang.
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Allied Steel Buildings Erection Time Lapse Part 1
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Lilly Grove MBC new building time lapse
Metal Building System Construction Time lapse
Metal building systems account for nearly 50% of the total low-rise non-residential construction market in the U.S. They are designed and constructed faster than other forms of construction. This speed comes from the efficiencies of highly experienced metal building designers, system efficiencies in delivery and project staging, and the expertise of specialized contractors and steel erectors. This short video presents a compressed time-lapse example of the erection of a metal building system.
After design approval, work begins with site work and laying the building foundation - while the building is being fabricated in the metal building manufacturers quality controlled facility. Once the fabrication of the building’s components is complete, they are loaded onto trucks and staged for delivery to the site. Each piece of the building arrives as planned to facilitate fast and efficient erection, avoiding costly project delays.
Experienced builders prepare the job site by the time the building materials arrive to remove any down time. After the primary and secondary framing are erected, the insulation and sheeting process takes place. This involves installing the metal wall panels which are attached to the secondary framing. Insulation that meets required specifications and energy codes is also installed at this time. The next step is to attach the weather tight metal roof panels to fully enclose the building so that interior trades can proceed with their work.
Metal building systems today are innovative and come in a variety of shapes and sizes; but at their core, they all utilize a custom engineered structural steel frame and a high-performance metal roof. The versatility and flexibility of metal building systems allows for a myriad of colors, shapes, textures and designs. Metal building systems are energy efficient and durable, and maintenance costs are kept low due to the long-life building system and the weather-tight performance of a metal roof.
Metal building systems offer high quality, high value and allow owners to quickly realize their return on investment with faster launch times for occupancy and operations capabilities.
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Steel Building Construction Time Lapse
This is a time Lapse of a Pre-Engineered Steel Building erected in Kamloops BC by THREE S STEEL CONTRACTING
The building is a 76'x170'x16' riding arena and the video is the full 17 days of construction.
Church Build Time Lapse - Mexico
A time lapse of a church being built in México. By AGWM Missionary David Smith
Erection Sequence Video
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AmeriBuilt Steel Building Kit For Fragrant Isle Lavender Farm - Time Lapse Erection
This is a time lapse video from our customer in Washington Island, Wisconsin. They did an amazing job erecting the building and took an excellent time lapse video of all the stages of construction.
30 x 60 Steel Building Erection Time-lapse
Timelapse over the course of 5 days of an 1800sq ft steel building
Erecting 50' x 100' Metal Building
Watch as a 50' x 100' metal building is erected in 3 days!
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Metal Building erection timelapse - Texas Barndominiums Episode 70
Timelapse of Metal Building erection on my personal Barndominium.
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Time Lapse of Steel Building Being Erected for Church in Bonita, CA
The project we are erecting in this video is a church located in Bonita, CA. It is a pre-engineered metal building that will be used for the main structure. The video shows our crew installing the rafters onto the steel columns using a crane. The crane is being used because of the clear span width of the building exceeds 70 ft. which makes it faster and safer to install.
After the rigid frames are up and secured, we place the purlins in between the frames for stability and roof support. A standing seam roof will be attached to the purlins to create a complete envelope. To view more steel building projects from Pascal Steel, visit our website at