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

Why SiteKick Can Do More than Keep Your Jobsite Secure

Why SiteKick Can Do More than Keep Your Jobsite Secure We’ve written a great deal about construction technology, and how it has changed the construction industry. SiteKick is proud to play a part in the growth of the industry, but more importantly, to the general improvement of the jobsite security for our clients. Of course, … 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

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

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

5 Reasons Projects Get Delayed (And How to Mitigate Them)

There is no question that few projects ever reach a conclusion without delays, but what steps can a project manager take to increase the likelihood of success? Some statistics point to just 25% of projects came within 10% of their original deadlines in the past 3 years. Here are five reasons projects get delayed and … 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

Reducing risk with cameras

Many business owners wonder if reducing risk with cameras is possible. In 2019, the Bureau of Labor statistics reported that there were 5,333 fatal work injuries recorded in the United States, a 2 percent increase from the 5,250 in 2018. Of those deaths, 20% were on construction sites. While it is difficult to prove that … Read more

Working remotely: How cameras help

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed how people work from home, and cameras have become an essential part of working remotely. You may be asking yourself might be, “is turning on my webcam or camera beneficial or a hinderance to working remotely?” For many businesspeople, in the construction industry or not, the decision may not be … Read more

Demystifying Encryption in Construction Technology

Construction technology has come a long way in the last five years and as construction projects become more complex, the number of players at any stage of a project increases. When you start increasing the number of subcontractors and suppliers, you are bound to see security issues come up that require more robust encryption technologies … Read more