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How Technology Can Boost Your Construction Business

Posted by Kirk Biddle on March 16, 2020

In terms of technology, the construction business lags behind most industries. It's understandable because workers depend on lower-tech tools. In addition, the data and automation which are available, not to mention the disparate data sources and the outdoor, non-stationary…

2020 Women in Construction Week Recap

Posted by Kirk Biddle on March 12, 2020

To help enhance the success of women in the construction industry, the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) designated the week of March 1, 2020 as Women in Construction Week. About Women in Construction Week Women in Construction Week began in 1953 as Women in…

Our Stealth Security Experts Will Be at Build Expo Dallas

Posted by Kirk Biddle on March 3, 2020

The team of security specialists from Stealth Monitoring will be in attendance at Build Expo Dallas at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, March 17-18. We’ll be at Booth 716. We’d love to meet you and tell you about our proactive remote video monitoring solutions.…

Mattamy Homes Decreases Theft and Accidents with Remote Video Monitoring

Posted by Kirk Biddle on February 26, 2020

When North America’s largest privately owned home builder was in need of a security solution, they turned to Stealth Monitoring. The Construction Site Security Challenges Theft is a common problem on construction sites. So much so that it is not uncommon for companies to price…

What Security for Construction Sites Is the Best Option?

Posted by Kirk Biddle on February 18, 2020

Copper theft costs the construction industry an average of $1 billion every year according to a Department of Energy report. National Equipment Register reports construction site theft costs a yearly average of $400 million. Note that the $400 million does not include stolen…

Stealth Monitoring at Build Expo Los Angeles

Posted by Kirk Biddle on February 18, 2020

The security specialists from Stealth Monitoring were in attendance at Build Expo Los Angeles. The event was a wonderful opportunity for industry professionals to network and learn about new techniques, information and strategies. Seminar and workshop topics included, Closing…

6 Steps to Boost Fire Protection on Your Construction Site

Posted by Kirk Biddle on February 7, 2020

On April 15, 2019, a devastating fire broke out in the Notre Dame in Paris. It destroyed the building's spire and most of its roof. Its upper walls and vaulted ceiling received extensive damage. What's unnerving is that the project included a fire protection plan. The New York…

How to Help Avoid Liability Claims on Your Construction Site

Posted by Kirk Biddle on January 18, 2020

You can do everything right to secure your construction site and still fall victim to general liability claims. Even if you carry general liability coverage, a lawsuit can cost you more than the insurance payout. A liability claim can increase your insurance premiums. It can…