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Construction Security

Construction sites are a vital part of any growing infrastructure and almost always require the services of a professional security agency to provide protection for not only the site but the equipment and materials stored there after working hours.  Three major challenges facing construction sites after working hours are: break-ins, and vandalism and thefts.  Millions of dollars are spent every year in high insurance costs as a result of vandalism, break-ins and theft of materials and equipment from constructions sites.  Many construction sites owners must absorb the expensive cost out-of-pocket or face the cost of ever increasing insurance payments.  Moreover, when property is destroyed by vandalism during non-working hours, employees reporting to work the next shift are often unable to perform their vital duties until the items are repaired or replaced.  This valuable down time is costly not only in production time by the construction company, but often it is a personal loss to individuals that supply their personal tools and equipment to perform the job.

When a trained professional from TCB Security is patrolling your construction site, the chances of a crime being committed decrease.  Simply put, the mere presence of a uniformed security guard and a clearly marked security vehicle is a valuable deterrent!

Construction facilities now have a valuable tool to use to fight back by using the services of a professional security guard agency, like TCB Security.  Our security guards are sharp, alert, and capable of making good decisions in quick seconds.  Security guards at TCB are:


  • Licensed, uniformed guards
  • Trained to conduct vehicle and foot patrols
  • Trained to conduct surveillances and monitor CCTV cameras
  • Inventory equipment at the beginning and end of their shift
  • Trained to look for suspicious packages
  • Highly visible officers trained to deter thefts, vandalism, and other incidents from occurring
  • Deter trespassers
  • Prepare daily log and incident reports
  • Equipped with flashlights, whistles, two-way radios, cell phones and reflective security vests
  • Equipped with marked security vehicles, as requested
  • Notify local police or fire departments when needed

Prevention is key to a safe and secure construction site.