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.
Blair manages day-to-day operations of the ENR editorial team to ensure brand quality, further best practices and support the editor-in-chief. He spearheads ENR's various competitions, including Best Projects and the Award of Excellence, and organizes editorial content at events including the Global Construction Summit. A Jesse H. Neal, Construction Media Alliance and AZBEES-award-winning writer and videographer, Blair frequently contributes to ENR’s burgeoning video channel with project tour videos and interviews with industry leaders. He is also a frequent speaker and moderator on topics such as design and jobsite technology, construction means and methods and marketing.
Brian Brenner, P.E., is a Principal Bridge Engineer with Tighe and Bond in Westwood, Massachusetts. He has been 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.
Aileen Cho, ENR's senior transportation editor, is a native of Los Angeles and recovering New Yorker. She studied English and theater at Occidental College, where a reporter teaching the one existing journalism course encouraged her to apply for the LA Times Minority Editing Training Program. Her journalism training led to her first stories about transportation, working as a cub reporter with the Greenwich Time. Her work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times and New York Times. Many of her experiences with engineers and contractors have inspired material for her alternative theater productions way, way off Broadway. For ENR, Aileen has traveled the world, clambering over bridges in China, touring an airport in Abu Dhabi and descending into dark subway tunnels in New York City. She is a regular at transportation conferences, where she finds that airport and mass transit engineers really know how to have fun. Aileen is always eager to hop on another flight because there are so many interesting projects and people, and she gets tired of throwing her cats off her computer in her home office in Long Beach, California. She is a very conflicted Mets/Dodgers fan.
Eydie Cubarrubia is ENR’s New York regional editor. She has spent more than two decades 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 Journalism at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY. 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 Seattle Times, 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.
Mary B. Powers has reported on engineering and construction issues in the global energy and environmental sectors for more than 30 years from Washington, D.C. and Birmingham, Ala. She formerly wrote for the Platt's group of energy sector publications under McGraw Hill and S&P Global that included Inside Energy and Megawatt Daily, and was state editor for the Lexington, Ky., Herald Leader. Mary has a master’s degree in journalism from The American University.
John A. Rapaport is general manager and general counsel of Component Assembly Systems, and a principal of the C/F Data Systems LLC, a software company serving contractors.
Jeff Rubenstone is Associate Editor, Technology & Equipment at the Engineering News-Record. He covers equipment, tools, and building products as well as emerging technologies and construction innovations. He is based in New York City.
As ENR Editor-at-Large for Management, Business and Workforce, Debra K. Rubin has a broad vantage for news, issues and trends in global engineering, architecture and construction—from corporate finance and executive management to regulation and risk, next-generation workforce and developing markets such as offshore wind energy.
Debra also launched and manages ENR's Top 200 Environmental Firms ranking, which defines a $51-billion global market; is editor of ENR WorkforceToday e-newsletter on industry talent management; and supervises content for the popular Industry Buzz page, which leads ENR’s monthly Contractor Business Strategy report. She also is an organizer of ENR's annual Groundbreaking Women in Construction conference, a major forum for women's career issues in construction.
Click here for more detail on the 2019 conference now in formation.
Debra's reporting for ENR on the 2001 Ground Zero attack damage, response and recovery earned a Jesse B. Neal award from B2B media giant Connectiv and is featured in the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York City.
Tom Sawyer is deputy editor in charge of ENR's technology coverage. He began his journalism career at the Atlantic City Press, in N.J. In addition to expanding ENR's technology coverage and devising ENR's popular annual photo contest, Tom has written memorable special reports from disaster and war zones. He often takes the lead when earthquakes and hurricanes strike. His technology, disaster and war-related reporting has involved trips to Iraq, Haiti, Japan and other countries.
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.
Tom Stabile has worked as a reporter and editor at magazines, newspapers and trade publications in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, covering business and finance, education, public affairs, criminal justice and the arts.
As editor-in-chief, Jan Tuchman leads Engineering News-Record’s high-powered editorial team in creating content for the enterprise—online, in print and at live events. “We search for stories that can help readers in some way do their jobs more effectively,” she says, “And we tell those stories with words, photos, drawings and video to make them engaging and clear.” Active in many construction organizations, Tuchman 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.
Gary J. Tulacz has been, since 1993, senior editor in charge of ENR's Top Lists, which bring structure to the huge global construction industry through annual surveys and market analysis of its key segments and major players. The array of surveys rank companies, based both in the U.S. and outside, which perform general contracting, specialty contracting, engineering, architecture and environmental services, among other specialties.
The rankings, based on annual revenue from work at home and abroad, are further divided into specific market categories. Click here for descriptions and schedules of ENR Top List surveys and access to information on current and past listed firms.
Gary also created the ENR Top 100 Green Contractors and Design Firms rankings and the ENR quarterly Construction Industry Confidence Index that measures firm executives' market outlook.
This survey data is used by industry firms and other businesses, government agencies and academics also to gauge the health of the global construction market.
A graduate of Fordham College in New York City and the Fordham University School of Law, Gary previously wrote extensively on employee relations in such areas as labor and immigration law and employee drug testing.
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.