Tag: construction site theft

Construction Equipment Theft Can’t Be Prevented. Here’s What You Can Do!

Construction equipment theft is big business. Large and small equipment, vehicles, building material and tools are disappearing from construction sites at an alarming rate. It is not uncommon for contractors to lose building material, tools and expensive equipment every day – in fact, this is unfortunately the norm rather than the exception. Why? The answer […]

How to Curtail Construction Site Theft & Theft of Copper

Construction site theft is a business and a national threat. Copper thieves are threatening US critical infrastructure by targeting electrical sub-stations, cellular towers, telephone land lines, railroads, water wells, construction sites, and vacant homes for lucrative profits. The theft of copper from these targets disrupts the flow of electricity, telecommunications, transportation, water supply, heating, and […]

How Construction Equipment Theft Can Be Reduced With Hidden Cameras

Construction thieves are now favoring fine steel appliances. Construction thieves stole a high end Sub Zero stainless steel refrigerator valued at around $6,000 just before realtors were about to show the house in Elmhurst, Il. On top of that, the floors and the door frames were marred and scratched badly. Construction theft is literally and […]

How To Prevent Construction Site Theft With A Hidden Camera

Theft of construction equipment is a growing problem involving theft of job site throughout the nation, which is estimated to cost construction equipment owners approximately $1 billion annually. Inadequate site security, lack of standardized product identification numbers and easy to access cabs all make construction equipment an easy mark for thieves who are often part of organized crime […]

How To Catch Construction Site Theft Using A Hidden Camera

Construction theft is really big business that even rivals illegal mafia businesses. Industry experts in the insurance business estimate annual losses at roughly $1 billion in equipment theft and vandalism. Contractors, equipment dealers, insurance companies, equipment manufacturers are all at a loss when job sites are vandalized or equipment and materials are ripped-off. The phenomenon of theft and vandalism of […]