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See What Happens to Valuable Copper on This Construction Site

Posted by Sudesh Jangalee on April 16, 2019

With the Department of Energy reporting the amount of stolen copper exceeding $1 billion every year, it makes the metal attractive to thieves. Criminals know they can find it at construction sites even if the property has a fence around the perimeter. They know it can be sold…

For the First Time, Construction Technology Shows Signs of Life

Posted by Sudesh Jangalee on March 13, 2019

Construction isn't known for technology advances or innovation. Why would an industry not explore construction technology innovations that could lead to productivity gains and cost savings? Entech lists three reasons for the stagnant construction technology: Over half…

4 Tips for Using Time-Lapse Cameras in Construction

Posted by Sudesh Jangalee on February 13, 2019

Time-lapse cameras in construction offer many benefits for companies. They give you a seamless view of your entire construction project from start to finish. They allow you to share construction progress with your stakeholders. They offer construction site security. They provide…

Off-Site Construction Is A Growing Trend

Posted by Sudesh Jangalee on February 11, 2019

According to the National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) Off-Site Construction Council, off-site construction is “the planning, design, fabrication and assembly of building elements at a location other than their installed location to support the rapid and efficient…

This Will Make You Rethink Live Video Monitoring Companies

Posted by Sudesh Jangalee on February 8, 2019

Think about luxury and economy cars. If you remove the price tag, which would you choose? You most likely will pick the luxury car. Why? Because it offers more. More features, more top-quality materials, more comfort, just more everything. When you're looking for the best…

Best Ways to Improve Construction Site Safety

Posted by Sudesh Jangalee on February 4, 2019

Of the worker fatalities in 2017, 21 percent occurred in construction according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. OSHA says the key to saving more lives is to eliminate what it calls the "Fatal Four." These comprise almost 60 percent of fatalities in…