How Construction Cameras Help Eliminate Unnecessary Costs

Few can argue that construction is an expensive industry. Overhead is high and margins are thin, so it makes sense to look for innovative ways to increase profits and eliminate unnecessary costs. For the cost conscious construction professional, construction cameras just might be your ticket to savings. The Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) reported that the average … Read more

Cameras and the Bottom Line

We have written extensively about leveraging the power of construction cameras on your job site. We’ve explored how construction cameras can reduce various risks, how you can use construction cameras to reduce rework, and how you can use cameras to improve OSHA compliance. But what about that bottom line? How can cameras save money and … Read more

The camera is one of the most important items in your budget

While there are many tools you can use to ensure your next construction project runs smoothly, construction cameras might be the most affordable option. Let’s look at the benefits of construction cameras to highlight why the camera is the most important item you should account for in your budget. Project Management Making sure everyone has … Read more

Maintaining quality with cameras to reduce extra work

Maintaining quality with cameras is a newer concept in the construction industry, but it should become more common as the value is more widely understood. Inferior quality control leads to extra work and a primary source of cost overruns on a construction project. Having cameras on the construction site can help find and minimize problem … Read more

How to Keep construction documentation costs in check with cameras

Any project manager knows that construction projects require a staggering amount of documentation. Every aspect of a project generates a paper trail of environmental readings, employee time sheets, and progress reports that need to be tracked and archived. Unfortunately, construction is one of the least digitized of all industries—second only to agriculture and hunting. Imagine … Read more