Construction Site Security

Don't let crime interrupt your construction schedule. Dealing with vandalism and equipment theft costs time and money.
Get back to work faster with construction site security from Titan Monitoring.

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It’s only a matter of time.

Construction sites are prime targets for criminals. Don’t let them cost you more money and time. Our operatives will keep an eye on your equipment and materials offering 24/7 monitoring. Since many of our systems can be moved you can set it and forget it, for as long as you need it.

The Facts

Source: National Insurance Crime Bureau

Number of heavy equipment thefts reported in 2014, a 1.2% increase over 2013.

The three most frequently stolen items are mowers, loaders and tractors.

Percentage of equipment stolen from construction sites that was never recovered.

How Titan stops criminals in their tracks

SPRINGFIELD, MO BURGLAR STOPPED IN THE ACT

WOULD-BE THEFT PREVENTED WITHIN MINUTES

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK COPPER WIRE THEFT ARRESTED ON-SITE

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Features & Benefits

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Case Study

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Straub Construction was experiencing trespassing and theft throughout the night during closed hours. At times the thieves would get away with thousands of dollars in materials and equipment, resulting in delayed projects and unforeseen expenses. Download the free case study to see how Titan Monitoring quickly solved Straub’s security problems at a fraction of the cost of their competitors!

Since we started using Titan Monitoring about two years ago, we have had over 20 arrests made. The system is simple to use, affordable to maintain, and easy to install.

Doug Hienen | Straub Construction

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