Another sad day for the image of the construction industry and an example of the risks faced by industry companies in dealing with the media: the Washington Post’s publication of its story, “Virginia is getting soaked on Midtown Tunnel deal.”
It's a good day's work for reporters and editors at a major media brand when they can point out the failure of a public works agency or authority, much less three of them, to live up to their own practice standards, or to show that those standards are not meaningful.
CDC With major Legionnaire’s Disease outbreaks striking victims this summer first in New York, and most recently in Illinois and California, you would think building owners, engineers and contractors would be checking their insurance policies. “There have been a flurry of phone calls from
It is a delight to introduce you to ENR’s new publisher, Scott Seltz. ENR is now the flagship publication of BNP Media Inc., where Seltz has been a publisher for the past three years. The company has announced that it will move ENR's Seventh Avenue offices to the Empire State Building.
There’s a new brand on the cover of Engineering News-Record's print editions—BNP Media. The fourth-generation, family-run company acquired ENR along with Architectural Record and SNAP from Dodge Data & Analytics on July 1.