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Cooper adds ambient jobsite condition monitoring to fleet offering

By Cooper Equipment Rentals   

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Cooper Equipment Rentals has announced an exclusive partnership with Brickeye, a construction technology company focused on risk mitigation applications. This collaboration makes Cooper the sole rental provider of LumiNode and LumiSense systems for ambient monitoring applications across Canada.

LumiNode and LumiSense products are advanced remote monitoring devices, tracking ambient temperature and humidity on construction job sites. These tools allow contractors to maintain optimal conditions for various applications, such as concrete curing. Real-time mobile alerts and analytics empower job site managers to make timely project efficiency and cost management decisions.LumiNode and LumiSense monitoring solutions will be available to rent through Cooper branches in every major market across Canada, ensuring a seamless and efficient rental process for contractors.

“We have engaged in extensive and meaningful discussions with our customers, and their input is invaluable. They consistently express the need for access to actionable data that can help them optimize costs and enhance productivity on the job site. We’re committed to delivering the best solutions for their needs while adding substantial value to their businesses. This partnership with Brickeye and their innovative approach is the next step in this journey,” says Brian Spilak, COO of Cooper Equipment Rentals.

“We are thrilled to be joining forces with a respected industry leader like Cooper Equipment Rentals,” remarks Brickeye chief commercial officer Amir Azhari, “This collaboration marks a significant milestone for Brickeye, reinforcing our commitment to innovation and excellence in the construction industry. Together, we are poised to deliver unparalleled value, leveraging our respective strengths to drive efficiency, foster innovation, and set new standards in helping our customers build safer, smarter, better.”


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