Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and the Construction Industry

Lindabury Construction law attorney Chloe Mickel authored an article for the American Bar Association’s Forum on Construction Law which examined the beneficial uses unmanned aerial vehicles (“drones”) can provide.

While drones are rapidly becoming more commonplace in both the consumer and business markets, the construction industry has been slow to integrate them into their day-to-day operations.   The benefits drone technology provides to those in the construction field include the faster completion of site surveys; the ability to monitor construction progress in real time and the capture of high quality, unique images for site marketing.

Read Chloe’s article, Despite Clear Benefits, the Construction Industry is Slow to Integrate Unmanned Aerial Vehicles into Projects, which was published in the Spring 2016 edition of the Forum’s newsletter, Under Construction.

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