Posted on October 07, 2014, by Robbie Allen

London Legacy Development Corporation asked us to document the works taking place at the former Olympic Stadium.

The iconic Stadium, built for the 2012 Olympics and Paralympic Games, will be the new home of the West Ham United FC, the National Competition Centre for athletics in the UK and a major live music venue.

 

Great coverage – Three Lobster Pots

There are three Lobster Pots installed strategically to document and monitor non-stop all the changes happening in the Olympic Stadium and surroundings:

Arcelor Mittal Orbit

The ArcelorMittal Orbit stands over 100 metres to give a bird’s eye view of Queen Elizabeth Park and London city. Our Lobster Pot is fixed at the uppermost level of what’s the UK’s tallest sculpture. This camera shoots at 4K resolution with an 8-16 mm lens for greater depth of field and high definition imagery.

The former Olympic Stadium

Our second and third cameras sit within the Stadium to capture greater detail of the works that will take place throughout the redevelopments.

One details the interior works, including the roof, services and further seating installations.

The other provides a dynamic alternative view of the development and follow major works such as the roof installation – which will happen in a ‘circuit’ around the stadium.

Three key positions you will enjoy

What made us stand out amongst other candidates to lead this project is our capability, proven work history and Lobster Vision – our great platform for viewing, sharing and collaboration. This readily accessible imagery will allow anyone to view what is happening in any of these three locations. The images will also be available at the West Ham United Football Club and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park websites.