Construction

Why It Doesn't Pay to Cut Corners with Security

Posted by Matthew Clark on March 5, 2021

Recent events have put a huge spotlight on gaps in physical security. On top of that, company leaders feel a lot of pressure to find ways to survive and stay in business. In doing so, they cut costs and go cheap wherever possible. They want to hold on to their employees as well.…

Construction Trends for 2021

Posted by Paul Gross on March 3, 2021

Why is it important to stay current on construction trends every year? These trends give you valuable clues on what might be on the horizon. They can lead to opportunities or allow you to jump ahead of the competition by taking action first. Change will happen. Even in the…

Security Cameras: How Do They Cut Costs and Promote Workplace Safety?

Posted by Eric Nauta on March 1, 2021

Security, no doubt, appears high on the list of business priorities. To help ensure the business remains protected, owners and property management install security cameras to watch the exterior of the business. These areas include the parking lot, all entrances and exits, and…

Trespasser Arrested Inside Building Under Construction

Posted by Ryan Cox on February 22, 2021

In this month’s video, our operators directed police to the exact location where a trespasser was hiding out on a site.

The Best Construction Technologies That Solve COVID-19 Problems

Posted by Ryan Cox on February 9, 2021

It surprises no one in the construction industry when analysts say it lags other industries in adopting new technologies. However, the pandemic may be changing that. For many industries, construction included, COVID-19 has revealed gaps in technologies. Granted, the pandemic…

The Future of Security Technology

Posted by Matthew Clark on February 2, 2021

The world has changed. You've heard this refrain many times in recent months. This is especially true for security. The advent of COVID-19 exposed many security holes that organizations did not notice before. Add to that, crime went up in the year of the pandemic. As a result,…

How to Conduct a Construction Site Security Risk Assessment

Posted by Ryan Cox on January 21, 2021

Construction site security is complex and very much needs a risk assessment. The purpose of a risk assessment is to identify strengths and weaknesses in your security. It helps ensure you have the right security systems in place. The best route to take is to work with a security…

4 Ways to Mitigate Health and Safety Risks

Posted by Shawna Ivy on January 18, 2021

Every apartment building, commercial property, retail center, and construction site has controls in place to prevent injuries and incidents that could affect employees, tenants, and visitors. The hustle and bustle of the workday can easily cause some to let their guard down,…