Construction

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…

Arrest of Suspect at Seattle Construction Site

Posted by Steve Mansell on April 16, 2019

Construction sites can be easy targets for criminals, mainly because many of them lack proper security. Around 2:40 a.m., an individual was seen entering a Seattle construction site by squeezing through an opening in the fence. Our security operator contacted police and gave the…

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…

This Trend Will Make You Change Construction Security

Posted by Ryan Cox on March 26, 2019

Two recent incidents of crane climbing indicate that the dangerous activity isn't going away any time soon. It’s not just the risk-takers looking to climb the tallest item on a construction site. In fact, the people in these cases weren't climbing for thrills. Here are two very…

How to Organize Construction Sites to Boost Safety and Productivity

Posted by Ryan Cox on March 21, 2019

Judging from search engine results, the topic of organizing a construction site doesn't come up often enough and yet, the benefits are many. An organized construction site increases safety, enhances productivity, and boosts profits. A well-designed construction site offers more…

Construction Site Trespasser Arrested

Posted by Amy Hite on March 15, 2019

Less than 25% of equipment that is stolen from construction sites is ever recovered. When materials and equipment are taken, not only can they be costly to replace, they can delay the project. In this Catch of the Month video, our security operators spotted a trespasser on a…

Everything You Need to Know About Construction Site Security

Posted by Steve Mansell on March 15, 2019

Get Our Complete Guide to Construction Best Practices: Site Safety and Security Solutions That Work The construction industry builds the homes we live in, the offices we work in, and the roads we drive on. Unfortunately, the industry faces challenges on several fronts. Read more…