Photomontage and renewables

As the old adage goes ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’ no more so than with the work we are doing on renewables and have to consider locations. Especially when you intend to develop a serious bit of civil engineering in a National Nature Reserve, on a listed building, or a special site then the precautionary principle kicks in and in a big way. we need to make informed decisions.

what we have to considerwe are big fans of the photomontage not to sell an idea as it can be used but to understand the impact. we have examples where this approach has drastically changed a project because it ‘did not look right’ although the engineering was fine.

what will the hydro turbine building look like?

But as ever the quality of the photomontage is as good as the information and the detailing you put in

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