Current Threat Level: SUBSTANTIAL
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Civil Engineering

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Civil Engineering sites are easy targets for the opportunist thief; the high value of plant and equipment can lead to quick and easy profit for the successful thief. Depending on locality, each site will have its own issues of concern. Civil Engineering sites are subject to a number of threats, against which security should be applied by the site operator.

These include theft, vandalism, deliberate sabotage or damage. Theft is common. The high value of construction plant and materials and the nature of a civil engineering site, with its constant change and movement make this crime tempting for the opportunistic, as well as the carefully planned crime.  Vandalism is also common and may occur as a result of political or commercial concerns on the part of the perpetrators as well of mindless lust for damage and destruction.

Civil engineering sites provide a security challenge; both physically and in the value and accessibility of the property they contain, and the frequent access needed by a wide variety of outside contractors.

As every civil engineering site will differ in terms of scale, location, duration of work and the security risks, it is not possible for a single approach to cover all possibilities.

Through threat assessment and risk analysis we can provide a robust and tested security deployment.