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How Construction Site Security Cameras Add Value Beyond Security

Posted by Ryan Cox on November 16, 2020

Construction sites face more challenges than other industries. That's because the bulk of employees' work can put their lives in danger. No company wants anyone to get injured or killed on the job. They also deal with theft. With expensive equipment and materials left outside…

How to Keep Construction Workers Safe in the Pandemic

Posted by Paul Gross on November 13, 2020

The construction industry has a lot to contend with in protecting construction workers. The pandemic has only exacerbated this. A new report from The University of Texas at Austin titled "COVID-19 in Austin, Texas: Epidemiological Assessment of Construction Work" provides…

This Is How Crime Affects Commercial Property Management in the Pandemic

Posted by Matthew Clark on November 13, 2020

The pandemic has forced some large retailers to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. As of this month, Forbes reports more than 14,000 stores have closed this year. In 2019, almost 10,000 stores closed. What about the smaller retailers? The definition of a smaller retailer is one…

4 Ways to Avert Crime at Your Apartment Building

Posted by Shawna Ivy on November 12, 2020

Apartment building security must be a high priority on an apartment property management's list. And here's why: Apartments and condos have an 85 percent greater chance of being burglarized than single-family homes according to the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC). It…

What Can Apartment Managers Do to Support Residents?

Posted by Shawna Ivy on November 9, 2020

A lot of things have been uncertain about this year, but one thing is for certain. That is these are unusual times. It's been 100 years since the last pandemic. Aside from the centenarians, the world's population has never experienced this. Most apartment managers and property…

Trespasser Caught at Wholesale Boat Distributor

Posted by Eric Nauta on November 4, 2020

A Stealth trained security operator spotted someone crawling under the fence to gain entry into a Houston wholesale boat dealer around 4:30 a.m. Our operator activated the on-site speaker warning and contacted police. Officers arrived and began searching the property. Our…

Public Urination Behind Business Complex

Posted by Eric Nauta on November 2, 2020

You never know what goes on at your commercial property when you’re not there, but we do.

Should You Get Construction Software for Asset Tracking?

Posted by Kirk Biddle on October 29, 2020

One of the construction industry's biggest challenges is finding qualified workers. The Q1 2020 Commercial Construction Index shows that nearly all contractors have at least a moderate level of difficulty finding skilled workers. More than half say it's "particularly difficult."…