Construction Theft: Trespasser Almost Escapes with Toolbox

Posted by Sudesh Jangalee on May 28, 2021

Thanks to the global pandemic, the price of many building materials has skyrocketed. This includes lumber, plumbing fixtures, paint and even hardware. With the rising price of these items, suppliers have had to raise their costs, which in turn is causing more theft. In this…

What Are the Common Construction Site Risks and How to Overcome Them?

Posted by Sudesh Jangalee on April 14, 2021

Construction sites are filled with a hubbub of activity. Large equipment lifting, workers hammering, welders welding, and passers-by watching. Every construction project is a journey to a gratifying end result of a completed structure. Still, it is a hazardous job fraught with…

Here Are 10 Tips for Better Construction Site Security

Posted by Sudesh Jangalee on March 29, 2021

It's no surprise that construction deals with a wealth of security challenges that other industries don't. Construction companies need to concern themselves with injuries, theft, vandalism, liability issues, and more. Construction sites are vulnerable to all these problems…

Construction Site Breaking and Entering

Posted by Sudesh Jangalee on March 22, 2021

In this month’s video, a trespasser on the hunt for construction materials was had his search cut short.

Construction Trespasser Caught by A K9

Posted by Sudesh Jangalee on June 18, 2019

A perimeter fence is a good first line of defense for a construction site, but it isn’t always effective on its own.

5 Things You Need to Do to Prepare a Construction Site for Summer

Posted by Sudesh Jangalee on June 12, 2019

Most homeowners know they need to do summer maintenance to prepare for the onslaught of hot temperatures. The same goes for construction sites, especially since it's their busiest season. Summer maintenance enhances construction safety. Not only are days longer, so, too, is the…

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…