Construction Technologies of the Future

SiteKick was recently named to BuiltWorlds Smart JobSites 50, celebrating the top 50 emerging field solutions being leveraged by some of the largest contractors, engineers, and specialty contractors worldwide. While we’re proud to be recognized as an innovative construction technology, there are other areas of construction technology we’re excited about. Let’s take a look at … Read more

SiteKick Announces Integration with Autodesk Construction Cloud

Minneapolis, MN – August 30, 2021 – SiteKick, a one-stop-shop site monitoring solution for commercial construction, today announced an integration with Autodesk Construction Cloud™, a portfolio of software and services that combines advanced technology, a builders network, and predictive insights for construction teams. SiteKick’s construction monitoring and reporting solution is now available for customers to add to … Read more

Construction Security Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make

The most pressing need for anyone tasked with optimizing construction security is finding ways to deter unwanted after-hours visitors to the jobsite. Unfortunately, many construction site managers fail to adequately address the most concerning facets of jobsite security. Here are a few common construction security mistakes and ways to eliminate them. Who Goes There? The … Read more

3 Rules for Construction Site Security

If you do not believe that jobsite security should be a primary concern for construction administrators, consider how jobsite theft costs construction firms upwards of $1 billion annually and you might change your mind. Add to that statistic the fact that less than 25% of all items stolen from jobsites and construction security technology becomes … Read more

Top 5 Construction Technology Trends

While technology adoption is typically slow in the construction industry, the recent pandemic forced many construction site administrators to recalculate the value of several digital tools. The idea being that technology allows for better results in less time. Let’s look at the latest construction technology trends improving the quality of work done and lessening the … Read more

It’s that budget time of the year: Justify some Construction Cameras

As summer approaches, it is a good time to start considering next year’s budget and construction cameras should be on your wish list. If you’ve been looking for ways to leverage technology to make your life easier, construction cameras are certainly a worthy investment. Considering recent news, the time might be right for investment in … Read more

The Growing Opportunity of the Perimeter Security Market

Over the last few years, few markets have grown as exponentially as the Perimeter Security market. This segment of the security industry is projected to grow from 61.3 billion USD in 2020 to 96.5 billion USD by 2026. SiteKick is uniquely poised to benefit from this growth as more construction business leaders realize the importance … Read more

Use cameras to mark milestones in projects

Any construction project manager knows that setting milestones to chart the evolution of a build is a great way to track progress and measure success. It is also a fundamental tool in keeping your staff, clients, and the public engaged and informed on the big picture. Amazingly enough, the construction industry is one of the … Read more

Social Distancing on Jobsites

As we start to see more people vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus, it might be a good time to look at how the construction industry balanced social distancing on jobsites with the need to stay productive during a pandemic. Make no mistake, the lessons learned in 2020 and 2021 will be needed. It isn’t a … Read more

Building a Better Future with Technology

As technology begins to find wider acceptance in the paper-based, analog world of construction site monitoring and reporting, many construction firms are now finding themselves interested in what SiteKick is bringing to the industry in building a better future with technology. In case you’re unaware, what SiteKick has brought is an assortment of solutions for … 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