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Posts Tagged ‘construction site security monitoring’

Construction Security System used in Dundee, Tayside, Scotland

Sunday, February 15th, 2009

portacam1 After the successful launch of our Construction Security website, the enquiries have not stopped with one Building company looking for us to prove they can save money over using their manned guarding company.

Our hope is to work along side the guarding company who provides the security guards on the Dundee site at present and show them how they can restructure their company to take the upper hand during pressing times.

Remote Monitored CCTV has become very popular with Construction Companies looking to save money on existing contracts, this might be just what you require, gives us a call on 0845 241 6040

New Portacams site Launched for Mobile CCTV Solutions

Wednesday, February 11th, 2009


Over the last 12 years we have been building a business based around Construction Site Security using Remotely Monitored CCTV. Today we have just launched our Portacams site, which will be dedicated to Mobile CCTV for temporary installations such as short term contract. The mobile unit is totally self-contained and requires no cables and connects to the internet using 3G.

Please have a feel free to browse our site and if you have any questions, please do not hastate to contact us.

Construction and Building Site Monitoring and Security

Friday, September 12th, 2008

constructionRemote Alert is proving to very popular with construction and building companies who want a `recession proof` security and monitoring solution for their construction and building site developments. At a fraction of the price for paying for paying guarding companies or having their security cameras on their building sites monitored by security monitoring companies. Making huge savings on their security budget. Saving thousands of pounds per building site, per year in many cases. Great news for the recession hit construction and building company sectors. (more…)