Time Lapse Video

Multiplex RHSC Time Lapse Construction Film (June 2016 - December 2016) from TimeLapseScotland on Vimeo

The video, which shows a birds-eye view of the site, condenses the second half of 2016 into a  quick two minute montage.

RHSC & DCN Time Lapse Video - First Year of Construction Feb 2015 - Feb 2016 from NHS Lothian on Vimeo.

This latest video shows the full first year of construction of the RHSC & DCN.
 
In this video we see the main building being formed and the superstructure frame taking shape. We can see the main lift core next to the Child and Adult Mental Health Service rising above the ground and the first, second and third floors beginning to take shape.
 
Towards the end of the video the external walls begin to be fitted and windows start to be installed. The setting out of internal partitions between departments is also seen within the ground level.
 
Brian Currie, Project Director, NHS Lothian, said: “It's great to see things progressing well on site. This video shows just how much has been achieved over the first year of construction and we look forward with anticipation to seeing that continue.
 
“The new hospital building will bring many benefits for our patients, their families and our staff, not least a modern facility designed to meet their needs.”

The latest video, which shows a birds-eye view of the site, condenses the building works into a three minute montage.

In this video we see the main building being formed and the superstructure frame taking shape. We see the main lift core next to the Child and Adult Mental Health Service rising above the ground and the first, second and third floors beginning to take shape.

Towards the end of the video the external walls begin to be fitted and windows start to be installed. The setting out of internal partitions between departments is also seen within the ground level.



This video shows construction of the Royal Hospital for Sick Children and Department of Clinical Neurosciences from June to October 2015.

Building work started in January 2015 and it will open to patients in Autumn 2017. The video shows construction starting on the superstructure and the four tower cranes being installed.

The main cores begin to rise above the ground and, gradually the basement of the six storey building, and the cores which will form part of the concrete superstructure become more visible.


Watch the first four months of construction on the Royal Hospital for Sick Children and Department of Clinical Neurosciences. 

The video, which shows a birds-eye view of the site, condenses the first four months of building works into a three minute montage.
 
Piling rigs, cranes and HGVs are seen patrolling the site as ground works start. Gradually the basement of the six storey building and the cores which will form part of the concrete superstructure become more visible as the video progresses.

Last Reviewed: 25/01/2017