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Construction Sites Need These for Better Security

Posted by Ryan Cox on April 9, 2020

Construction sites are either a hubbub of activity or empty after workers have gone home. Both situations put them at risk. They tend to be giant sites. You can't see the entire property standing in one place. Hence, a large crowded site makes it easy to steal something without…

This Is What Construction Cameras Can Do for Your Site

Posted by Ryan Cox on March 4, 2020

Employing roughly 7 percent of the working-age population, the construction industry is one of the global economy's largest sectors. Every year, the industry spends $10 trillion on construction goods and services according to McKinsey Global Institute. McKinsey Global…

Construction Security: An ATV, A Chase and an Arrest.

Posted by Ryan Cox on September 23, 2019

Theft and vandalism are common issues on construction sites in North America, costing stakeholders valuable time and money. In this video, our security operator observed an ATV enter a construction site in Alberta, Canada just after midnight.

Why You Need Construction Video Monitoring

Posted by Ryan Cox on May 31, 2019

Construction sites are susceptible to an array of problems. Equipment and materials theft. Injuries. Trespassers. Arson. Vandalism. Natural disasters. The list is extensive. These expensive and life-threatening challenges require an effective construction site security solution,…

Construction Site Trespasser Fell into a 65-Foot Hole

Posted by Ryan Cox on May 2, 2019

Construction sites can be intriguing places, but they pose a big safety risk. Unauthorized visitors can cause serious problems to the project or even themselves. A Montreal construction site was the scene of rescue operation on a recent Wednesday morning. A man scaled the fence…

4 Technologies That Will Enhance Construction Safety

Posted by Ryan Cox on April 29, 2019

With younger, tech-savvy employees entering the construction business and the surge of Baby Boomers retiring, technology has finally found its way into construction. The industry recognizes the value of technology. After all, the right one can save time and money while…

3 Things You Need to Know About Climate Change and the Construction Industry

Posted by Ryan Cox on April 8, 2019

The extreme changes in weather happen frequently and affect the construction industry in many ways. It's no longer simply about ensuring construction workers are dressing appropriately for the temperatures and safety. There’s much more to it. Here are three reasons why the…

Here's a Better Way to Do Construction Waste Disposal

Posted by Ryan Cox on April 3, 2019

Construction companies could be leaving money on the table by not doing any scrap metal recycling. Some think it's too much work and too complicated to recycle debris. The truth is that construction waste recycling can reduce expenses, especially end-of-project costs. It’s not…