Are You Concerned with Security on Your Construction Project?
For many commercial and industrial contractors, it is important to be proactive in order to reduce theft and vandalism on jobsites. Rather than waiting for problems to arise, many look to invest in developing a complete jobsite security plan prior to beginning construction and as part of the planning phase of the project. The amount of money and work it takes to implement a security plan may be minuscule compared to the losses that can result from the theft of a single piece of construction equipment.
Contractors who have been around the block a few times know and take into account the specific security risks associated with their projects and the importance for security planning. Having worked in and realizing that there are different potential problems associated with different sites such as remote, metropolitan, or neighborhood sites creates its own set of concerns.
Recognizing that potential problems of theft or vandalism exist on every construction site, security-minded contractors can implement measures to reduce the probability of being a target for construction site thieves and vandals.
Utilizing portable perimeter security solutions like fences, lighting, and secure entry/exit points with access control technology like the patented Modular Access Control (MAC) Portal and Vehicle Access Control (VAC) Portalhave proven to be successful in saving contractors time and money. Industrial and commercial construction contractors are encouraged to expand the number of reasonable measures they take to prevent theft and vandalism, thereby completing construction operations on time and under budget.
Are you a construction professional? Are you concerned with security on your jobsite?
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