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INFOGRAPHIC: How to Secure Your Construction Job Site

The presence of high-value materials, machinery and tools make construction job sites a common target for theft. Job sites without adequate security present a low-risk, high-reward opportunity for thieves. 

Thefts from construction job sites are hugely disruptive and can lead to significant project delays. WCCTV has led the electronic security systems market for over two decades and has a wealth of knowledge and experience about protecting construction job sites. 

We have invested that knowledge into creating a handy infographic explaining the most effective ways to secure your construction job site from theft, arson, vandalism and trespass. 

It serves as a bite-size companion to our Complete Guide to Construction Site Security. Feel free to download both and share amongst your teams.

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WCCTV - Managed Security Cameras for Construction Job Sites

WCCTV is the USA's leading supplier of mobile surveillance cameras for construction job sites.

We provide market-leading security cameras backed by a fully managed service that includes equipment installation, video monitoring, maintenance, and ongoing technical support.

Our rapid-deployment cameras provide construction sites with multi-application benefits, including security, time lapse video filming, and remote project management.

Our customizable solutions can accommodate any kind of site and easily function whether you have power or are dependent on solar energy. All of our units contain 4G LTE transmission technology – allowing these solutions to operate autonomously.

No matter the site, we have a solution that we can create for you.

Ready to find out how WCCTV's Mobile Surveillance Cameras can assist with site security? Get in touch today at 877 805-9475 or email sales@wcctv.com.

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