Early Morning Construction Trespass Ends in Arrest

Posted by Ryan Cox on April 27, 2022

Trespassing on a construction site may seem like nothing more than a plain annoyance. However, these intruders could negatively impact the project. From stolen equipment and materials to damage and injury, these unwanted visitors can be costly.

How to Cut Your Chances of Becoming a Victim of Equipment Theft

Posted by Ryan Cox on February 15, 2022

You may think equipment theft will never happen to you, but data says differently. The most recent National Equipment Register equipment theft report indicates that equipment theft averages out to $400 million per year. The cost only covers the price of the stolen equipment. It…

Get Ready for Dallas Build Expo 2022

Posted by Ryan Cox on February 3, 2022

Dallas Build Expo is right around the corner. Our team of construction security specialists is gearing up and is excited to meet you there. Construction Security Challenges Construction sites are constantly subjected to security threats. Their open spaces are full of valuable,…

Workplace Safety: Top 4 Ways to Prevent Falls on the Job

Posted by Ryan Cox on January 24, 2022

The U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics has shared good news. According to them, private industry employers reported 2.7 million workplace injuries and illnesses in 2020. This is down by almost 5.8% from 2019. While a downward trend is great news, there's bad…

4 Ways to Prevent Dangerous Crimes on Construction Sites

Posted by Ryan Cox on December 21, 2021

Unfortunately, construction site thefts have grown more dangerous. Bold thieves do whatever they need to do to achieve their goals. They don't care about the damage they leave behind. As if worrying about construction site worker safety isn't enough, construction companies also…

Why Construction Companies Need to Pay Attention to Lumber Theft

Posted by Ryan Cox on December 1, 2021

After soaring to historic heights, the price of lumber and construction material costs have finally dropped an astounding 74 percent to not quite pre-pandemic prices as Fortune reports. What drove the wild turnaround? The supply chain affected the costs of materials to the point…

Trespasser Makes Pit Stop on Construction Site

Posted by Ryan Cox on November 22, 2021

Perimeter security solutions – fences and gates – can help keep your construction site secure. These are often not enough to deter trespassing, loitering, theft or vandalism, however, as individuals can find their way under, over or even through. The following video shows how…

Determined Thief Arrested for Trespassing on Idle Construction Site

Posted by Ryan Cox on November 12, 2021

In this month’s video, we spotted a someone trespassing trying his best to access some locked buildings on a construction site after hours. When he finally found a way inside, we called police who promptly led him back outside.