The Rinconada Water Treatment Plant is off limits to the public during construction, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get a bird’s eye view of what’s going on behind the fences.
Video cameras positioned at three different locations within the facility are capturing the project as it happens and feeding the images back to the project page on the water district’s web site. Click here to check it out! And then click on the image.
A live feed is one of the most popular tools for documenting and recording how a project progressed. It’s also a unique visual element at the end of a project, when companies create a time-lapse video that shows the entire subject being constructed in a matter of minutes.
Let us know what you think of our latest tool to bring you up close to the work we’re doing!
-By Tony Mercado, Neighborhood Liaison, Santa Clara Valley Water District