A step-by-step guide to finding the perfect site security solution for your project.
The biggest challenges facing the industry today, plus tips for thriving during uncertain times.
Construction industry experts estimate around $400 million to $1 billion in losses each year because of construction theft.
Construction companies are saving time and money by renting equipment, like forklifts and site cameras, more often.
Between October 2021 and September 2022, OSHA issued 19,789 citations in the construction industry, costing over $80 million industry-wide.
From megapixels to real-time notifications, this guide breaks down the most important features to look for in a high-quality site security camera.
Where technology is headed and how construction pros are staying competitive in a rapidly changing industry.
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Insurance companies reward good safety habits, like camera deployment and incident response plans, making risk mitigation the quickest path to savings.
Stay up-to-date on theft trends and learn how to prevent theft on construction sites.
As technology continues to evolve, it’s important to understand the full value of adoption and how other successful site managers are utilizing today’s innovations to enhance their own value within an organization.
In this article we outline the landscape of technology adoption to help gain an understanding of how and when construction firms should adopt new technologies and innovations. We’ll look at some of the background science on how technology adoption works in general, across various industries and then explore how to apply this knowledge as a best practice for construction technology adoption.
Jobsite cameras have become an essential tool for the modern connected jobsite. Understanding these systems and how they support construction best practices is important in today’s ever-expanding jobsite technology array. Download the ebook to learn more about the evolution of jobsite cameras and how they are impacting the construction industry.
The cost and impact of jobsite safety incidents and worker injury influence a number of different aspects of construction. The bottom line is affected through increased insurance premiums, cost of claims, and project delays, as well as other more indirect costs that include worker productivity, satisfaction, and retention. Conversely, there are opportunities to recapture significant savings by improving jobsite safety.
The construction industry has changed drastically throughout the years, and new jobsite monitoring tools are helping general contractors share real-time project data and useful insights
GC’s are transforming the way they manage projects using visual documentation to solve for everyday challenges like increasing productivity, improving communications, and avoiding costly rework.