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Construction Site Photography

Hardhat Photo photographs new construction and building renovation sites throughout New York City, Northern New Jersey, Long Island, Westchester & Rockland, and the Hudson River Valley.

Job sites are professionally documented during pre-construction, progress phases, and post-construction. Site visits can be made on a weekly, biweekly, monthly or ad-hoc schedule.

We work with digital and film cameras, and can provide you with high-resolution image files and/or prints, depending upon your requirements.

Call Hardhat Photo for a prompt written quote to photograph your next construction project: 917-701-4758.

NYC Parks Dept Photography

Washington Square Park, South-West corner entranceThe NYC Department of Parks & Recreation issues specific requirements for on-site photography in conjunction with any of their projects. Hardhat Photo is experienced in fulfilling all the Parks Department requirements for equipment, documentation, printing, packaging and delivery, on projects anywhere in the five boroughs of New York. We will be happy to be work with you on your next New York City Parks project. View more NYC Parks project photos.

Demolition Photography

backhoe shovel clearing concrete debris from construction sitePrevent lawsuits and avert costly damage claims and increased insurance premiums by photographing structures surrounding and adjoining your site, prior to beginning demolition. Photos of any hazardous materials exposed during demolition can be useful in documenting remediation efforts. Capturing and retaining periodic “before, during and after” demolition photos preserve the state of the environment prior to construction. View more demolition photos.

Excavation Photography

excavator loading demolition debris into dump truckExcavation photos can record rock strata, groundwater conditions or faults in adjoining foundations. We can also photograph neighboring structures prior to groundbreaking or pile driving to head off potential damage and nuisance claims. Photographs of obstacles to construction, such as underground rock or abandoned footings are useful in documenting project delays. View more excavation photos.

Foundation Photography

back side of concrete form showing rebar gridOn-site photography performed during all stages of foundation construction can document that best-practices standards have been followed. Photos taken of rebar cages make a valuable record, especially when corrosion-resistant or epoxy-coated reinforcement steel is used. Photography sessions scheduled during concrete pours provide evidence that foundation, walls and floors have been erected according to project guidelines. View more foundation photos.