If you have been thinking about using cameras on your construction project, be it for monitoring progress, or for time-lapse recording, or even for security, here are 16 factors to consider. These are pulled from Remontech’s 12 years of experience installing and maintaining construction cameras. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. […]
Remontech Wins 2013 Construction Marketing STAR Award
Remontech was recently recognized by the Construction Marketing Association (CMA) annual STAR™ Awards for excellence in marketing. Remontech’s Construction Industry Podcast was the recipient of the 2013 STAR Award for the Internet Marketing category, under Webcast. The CMA STAR awards recognize excellence in 16 marketing categories and 78 sub-categories including advertising, branding, website design, social media, brochures, […]
What is a podcast?
If you don’t know what a podcast is, I’m about to change your life. Back in 2006 I got my first mp3 player. Back then I was really interested in Catholicism, so I went around looking for audio books or other mp3 files on that topic I could download into my player to listen. I […]
What would you ask the people who built a 30-story building in 15 days?
For an upcoming episode of the Construction Industry Podcast, I’ll interview the people behind this amazing feat of engineering: a high rise hotel in China that was built in only 15 days, from foundation to the 30th floor. What would YOU like to ask them? Let me know and I’ll try to sneak in your […]
Construction site cameras need support!
Last week one of our clients in South America wrote me an email. They wanted to let me know that they would be blasting dynamite in their mining construction site and were worried that our cameras and other equipment would be damaged. We had to quickly come up with a plan to protect our assets […]
Does Your Construction Project Have The Infrastructure for Construction Cameras?
When you start thinking about setting up cameras to monitor and record the activities and progress of your construction project, you will probably look up a company like ours and call them. One of the first questions I ask potential clients are about the existing infrastructure to support our monitoring equipment and cameras. Here are […]
Should you buy cameras for your construction project or simply pay for monitoring services?
This is a question that some of our clients have asked themselves when looking at installing cameras at their construction site. Let me offer you some thoughts. Monitoring equipment for construction needs to be heavy-duty and provide image with high quality. Besides cameras that are housed in weatherproof, heated enclosures, high-quality lenses, other equipment is needed […]
What’s a Net Zero Building?
Guest post by Ashley Halligan, an analyst at Software Advice. As the idea of “net zero” building gains momentum, some are still a little confused about its implications, how to achieve it, and if the idea of wide-scale achievement is more wishful thinking than it is reality. Several experts chimed in offering their takeaways on […]
Are Cameras (or Webcameras) a Good Fit for your Construction Project?
Of course, you will guess that my answer would be yes 100% of the time. After all it’s what I do for a living. However, I will be the first to say that having cameras set up to monitor your construction project may not be a good idea always and everywhere. Here are some thoughts: […]
Why do you want cameras in your construction project?
Why do you want cameras on your construction project? This is the number one question I ask when I get an email message or phone call from a potential new client. This question is important because equipment, services, and price will depend on it. In order to help you define the requirements for your construction […]