Greg Aragon is a freelance writer from Los Angeles, who writes about construction around the Golden State.
Pittsburgh correspondent Jonathan Barnes, who has reported for Fortune and the Wall Street Journal, has published essays in Sampsonia Way, Dos Passos Review and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Brian Brenner, P.E., is a Principal with Stantec in Boston. He is a project manager and lead structural engineer for several bridge and transportation projects around New England. He also is a Professor of the Practice at Tufts University, where he teaches structural design classes and works on research for long term performance of bridges. Brian is the author of three volumes of engineering essays published by ASCE Press: “Don’t Throw This Away!,” “Bridginess,” and most recently, “Too Much Information.”
Scott D. Butcher, FSMPS, CPSM, Vice President and CMO of JDB Engineering, shares knowledge from the world of marketing, sales, and beyond. He is past president of the SMPS Foundation, director of the Society for Marketing Professional Services, and has authored fifteen books including Reputation Design+Build: Creating Winning Personal Brands for Engineering, Design, and Construction Professionals. www.jdbe.com
Jeff Cavignac, is president and principal of Cavignac & Associates, a member of PLAN and a leading commercial insurance brokerage firm providing a broad range of insurance and expertise to design and construction firms, law firms, real estate-related entities, manufacturing companies and the general business community.
Eydie Cubarrubia is ENR’s New York regional editor. She has spent more than a decade editing, writing and producing award-winning business news and features content for The Guardian News & Media, New York Daily News and other publications.
Pam Hunter McFarland was a Senior Editor of ENR and her expertise was: Sourcebooks, Environment, Labor
Tom Ichniowski has been writing about the federal government as ENR’s Washington Bureau Chief since the George H.W. Bush administration, and he has covered at least five major highway bills. A recognized expert on government policy on infrastructure and regulation, Tom is also a Baltimore native and Orioles fan who grew up rooting for Brooks and Frank Robinson. He is a graduate of Columbia College and Columbia’s graduate school of journalism, where he once used “unrelentless” in a headline.
Scott Judy is Deputy Editor for Regions, and editor of ENR Southeast, one of Engineering News-Record's 10 Regional publications. His roughly 27 years as a construction journalist began with an 11-year stint covering Midwest construction projects. In 2000, Judy helped launch the publication now known as ENR Southeast. He often delves into controversial aspects of the construction industry such as bankruptcies and fatal accidents, and wishes he would never have to cover another accident but suspects that he might.
Deputy Editor Richard Korman, who has edited ENR's Risk Review newsletter since 2012, helps run ENR's business coverage, selects ENR's commentary and op-ed viewpoint submissions and oversees editorial content on ENR.com. He is currently on a part-time fellowship with the McGraw Center for Business and Financial Journalism at the City University of N.Y. Graduate School of Journalism. In 2015 he won the Timothy White Award from American Business Media for investigations of individual surety fraud and workplace bullying. Richard's freelance writing has appeared in the New York Times, Business Week and the websites of The Atlantic and Salon.com. He admires construction projects that finish on time and budget, pay before the earth completes its annual orbit of the sun, record zero injuries and assign risk to parties who control an activity or willingly finance the risk.
Tim Newcomb is a newspaper and magazine journalist based in Western Washington, covering design and construction in buildings and transportation around the Northwest.
Louise Poirier is editor of ENR Texas & Louisiana, one of ENR's regional publications, with coverage focusing on Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Mississippi. She joined ENR's staff in 2012 and reports from Houston.
Mark Shaw is the editor-in-chief of ENR Mountain States magazine, and the senior editor in charge of ENR's Contractor Business Quarterly. He serves as ENR's Rocky Mountain bureau chief in Denver.
As editor-in-chief, Janice L. Tuchman leads the editorial team creating content for the Engineering News-Record enterprise—online, in print and at live events. She is active in many construction organizations and has developed a broad network of industry sources who help keep ENR on top of the latest trends and innovations. She has traveled the world to visit outstanding projects and speak to groups and universities.
Tuchman serves on the National Research Council’s Board on Infrastructure and the Constructed Environment, the Industry Leaders Council of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the board of the nonprofit Bridges to Prosperity. She is a member of the National Academy of Construction, The Moles and the industry advisory committee of the Dept. of Civil Engineering at Columbia University. In 2014, she won the Beaver’s “Service & Supply” Award for outstanding achievement in heavy engineering construction as well as the Carroll H. Dunn Award from the Construction Industry Institute for “outstanding contributions to improving the cost effectiveness of the United States construction industry.”
She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in journalism from the University of Colorado in Boulder.
After a short stint as a freelance contributor to ENR, Tudor joined the editorial staff in 2002 and was a managing editor. His areas of expertise included construction equipment, trucks, tools, materials and global construction. He was a certified crane operator and reported heavy construction news in the U.S. and outside—including Europe, Dubai, India and China.