Rubin Museum, Manhattan, New York City, Pre-Construction Video

Contractor – G. Holdings LLC.

G. Holdings LLC.
Rubin Museum, Manhattan, New York City
Pre-Construction Video and Photography
2017

ALL PRO USA was contracted by the G. Holdings LLC. to document the pre-construction conditions of the Rubin Museum. The reason that we were called in for this was the Reconstruction of the Barney’s Department store. Where they were adding 4 stories to the store that was already there. The owners of the museum asked for this documentation to ensure that nothing was damaged within the museum throughout the modifications being added above the Department Store. Prior to the start of construction the Rubin Museum, in Manhattan, required the contractor to bring a third party independent company to provide video and photo documentation of the pre-construction conditions of several areas of the museum. These areas included Exterior Facade, Rooftop Water Towers, utility rooms, Elevator Shaft Walls, boiler room, interior floors, interior walls, interior ceilings, stairwells, and general viewing and exhibit areas including the artifacts. This project took multiple visits to complete as the Rubin Museum has four floors of exhibits plus the basement and rooftop. It was completed over a two week period in the spring of 2017.

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This project required ALL PRO USA to both capture Pre-Construction Video and Pre-Construction Photography of the site. To do this a two man team utilized Panasonic 4k Video Cameras and a Cannon 5D Mk 4 DSLR. Our team carefully covered everything inside of the museum that was required by the owners. The team faced a few challenges while capturing the items required by the Museum. The first of these was the elevator shaft walls to do this the team worked together to ensure the safety of each other and that the shots that were needed were captured. The other challenge was the lighting in certain parts of the museum. Inside some of the artifact areas we were not allowed to use our lights to properly capture the photos. When we were allowed we were only allowed to utilize them for a short period of time. Utilizing the cameras and the time that we had to use the lights we properly captured all of the artifacts in the museum. Below are some of the images and videos showing how this particular project was captured

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Shots of the Basement of the Rubin Museum

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Interior floors, interior walls, interior ceilings, stairwells of the Museum

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Exterior Facades, Water Towers, and Shots of other rooftop elements

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Shots of the Elevator Shafts

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