For over a decade, American Force Private Security has offered elite construction site security services at cost-effective prices throughout Southern California. Our exceptional protection helps you combat the theft and vandalism of construction equipment, tools and materials that can cost the average contractor thousands a year.
Protecting your site against criminal activity, not only saves you the cost of your lost property, but also the indirect costs related to job delays, downtime, and increased insurance premiums. Among many valuable benefits and services, our uniformed guards provide a visible deterrent to criminals; excellent surveillance of the premises; controlled site access for personnel and vehicles; tracking of suspicious activities; and maintenance of detailed activity and delivery logs.
With American Force Private Security, you can trust that our guards are dependable, trustworthy and specifically trained in construction site security. They must pass a rigorous training that exceeds California's Bureau of Security and Investigative Services' standards, participate in ongoing training, and pass thorough background checks and drug screenings. Additionally, when requested, we can account for an officer's location, activities, and movements while on duty using our computerized security guard system. We are licensed, bonded and insured, and provide 24/7 dispatch services. We have more than a decade of experience and serve the counties of Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside and Orange. Call us today for a free quote and on-site security survey.
American Force's construction security guard and patrol services include:
- Controlled site/gate access
- Visitor escort
- Vehicle and foot patrols
- Crime deterrence
- Equipment movement/watch log
- Material watch log
- Daily activity logs
- 24-hour surveillance and guard service
- 24/7 dispatch services
Cards We Accept
I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for the recent site security services your organization provided for our project associated with the City of Rialto Well No. 2 and the B.F. Goodrich Superfund Site . . .