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Our private investigation firm provides construction security and theft prevention services to businesses that want to protect their valuable equipment and assets from theft or vandalism. We offer both electronic and physical surveillance at construction sites, equipment yards, mining operations, and asphalt plants.

Our team of experienced professionals provides monitoring and surveillance to detect any potential threats or suspicious activity. We use the latest technology, including video surveillance and motion detectors, to keep a close eye on the premises and quickly respond to any security breaches.

In addition to electronic surveillance, we also provide physical security measures, to prevent unauthorized access to the site. Our security personnel are highly trained and experienced in handling a variety of security threats and are equipped with the necessary tools and resources to ensure the safety and security of the site.

Our construction security and theft prevention services also include risk assessments and security audits to identify potential vulnerabilities and areas of concern. We work closely with our clients to develop customized security plans that meet their specific needs and requirements.

Overall, our construction security and theft prevention services provide our clients with peace of mind knowing that their valuable assets are protected by a team of experienced professionals. We are committed to providing the highest level of service and professionalism to ensure the safety and security of our clients at all times.


Step 1: Customer Contact

Step 2: Assessment Meeting

When a potential client contacts us with their issue, one of our representatives speaks with them to gather initial information about their situation. We listen attentively and empathetically to their concerns and arrange a meeting to further assess their needs.

During the assessment meeting, we meet with the client to discuss their needs in detail. We assess whether the issue is within our area of expertise, evaluate the likelihood of achieving the client's goals, and estimate the number of hours and the associated retainer fee required for our services.

Step 3: Engagement Letter and Contract

After the assessment meeting, we create an engagement letter that outlines the terms and acts as a contract between us and the client. Once the client signs the contract, we assign an investigator to their case.

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