Video is part of the drive to market and explain EDF’s nuclear construction project on site at Hinkley Point C.
Video is crucial in showing progress on building two nuclear reactors. It is aimed at both internal and external audiences. And will be used as important archive documentation of the project.
Video outputs include training, information, presentation and promotion.
The material has to be filmed on a nuclear licenced area and securely stored, processed and delivered with great attention to detail by a video production partner which has the capability to scale up and react quickly to events on a busy construction site.
Mendip Media looked at the challenges of filming on Europe’s largest construction site and of the many different video outputs required.
To win the video production contract with EDF HPC, we invested in new video equipment, staff training and took time to really understand how to produce video on a vast and busy construction site.
We had to show to the client that the video and animation we produce are not only of the highest quality but also crucial in communicating messages in the online age about a game-changing construction project affecting millions of people.
Mendip Media is now the contracted supplier for video production for EDF HPC.
The video communications it produces are varied, bespoke and cover a multitude of complex issues.
With our team of experienced producers, we have been able to take disparate information from many internal sources and combine it throughout our multiple video outputs to produce video that entertains, informs and educates.