Public works and construction site photography by Grégory Dziedzic, a French urban photographer based in Toulouse. Building construction site progress visuals for contractors, project owners and architects. Shooting locations worldwide. Shooting experience in Algiers (Algeria), Casablanca (Morocco), Tunis (Tunisia), Lagos (Nigeria), Libreville (Gabon), Jakarta (Indonesia), Bandar Seri Begawan (Brunei Darussalam), Ulan Bator (Mongolia) and Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea).

Welder on a construction site. Ulan Bator (Mongolia), 2013. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography

I have been shooting building construction sites in worldwide locations, from Algiers to Port Moresby all the way through to Casablanca, Tunis, Lagos, Libreville, Jakarta, Bandar Seri Begawan and Ulan Bator. The focus of my approach ranges from the esthetics of the sites and machineries - the construction site as a landscape - to a more human aspect of these projects, whereby I document the interaction between construction workers, the tools they use and the building site.
Algiers (Algeria), 2012. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Worker operating a jigsaw. Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea), 2014. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Lagos (Nigeria), 2013. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Lagos (Nigeria), 2013. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Lagos (Nigeria), 2013. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Lagos (Nigeria), 2013. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Abidjan (Ivory Coast), 2013. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Ulan Bator (Mongolia), 2013. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Welder on a construction site. Ulan Bator (Mongolia), 2013. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Construction engineers studying a map on a building site. Bandar Seri Begawan (Brunei Darussalam), 2014. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Ulan Bator (Mongolia), 2013. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Jakarta (Indonesia), 2013. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Lagos (Nigeria), 2013. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Lagos (Nigeria), 2013. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
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