You will notice a new name associated with Engineering News-Record, both online and in our print products, because ENR is now a part of a new company—Dodge Data & Analytics (DD&A).

 “On Oct. 31, we officially closed the sale of McGraw Hill Construction to Symphony Technology Group and embarked on a new journey as an independent company. Our new company name is Dodge Data & Analytics, the overarching name representing our collective portfolio of leading brands, including Dodge, Sweets, Engineering News-Record and Architectural Record,” says Kathryn Cassino, CEO of DD&A. Symphony Technology Group is a private-equity investor that specializes in data analytics and software businesses.

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“Our products have a very strong presence in the AEC community, so it is imperative that our new, stand-alone company builds on that brand equity,” adds William Taylor, DD&A senior director of marketing. “Changing our name to Dodge Data & Analytics leverages our largest brand and identifies the two fundamental functions our collective brands bring to the marketplace: technology-driven data, verified by deep industry relationships, and the analytics we apply to data to help our customers better understand market opportunities.” Dodge provides business intelligence about construction projects of all kinds, and Sweets is the leading source of online product information.


ENR contributes construction economics data and provides the premiere source of data about companies in the construction industry through our well-known rankings of firms of all types. In addition, ENR and Architectural Record contribute thought leadership on trends and issues facing the industry.

“The power of Dodge and ENR operating together as a new company is very compelling. Customers get business intelligence and market insights, plus the ability to communicate through highly targeted and trusted media, all from a single-source provider,” says Paul Bonington, ENR Publisher.