Hensel Phelps Uses Propeller’s 3D Visualizations to Manage Airport Jobsite
Construction Firm Uses 3D Mapping on Airport Project
Hensel Phelps, a national construction company, is using drone surveying and Propeller’s 3D site surveys to track, map, and measure the complex Inouye International Airport jobsite in Hawaii. Having the Propeller Platform at their fingertips makes communication happen more regularly and quickly, which in turn improves efficiency and profitability, according to Lead VDC Manager Mark Blacklin. With a complex job like building an airport, a visual aspect like Propeller’s 3D site surveys is especially vital.
Propeller is a global provider of 3D mapping and data analytics solutions that give worksites the power to track, map, and measure their earthwork projects visually. Propeller is headquartered in Sydney, Australia, with a North American office in Denver, Colorado.