McGraw-Hill engineering pub launches quarterly
June 14, 2012 - The Engineering News-Record, a core McGraw-Hill publication since the company's founding in 1917, is launching its Contractor Business Quarterly on July 16. The new publication will have a print component within the pages of ENR, as well as a digital component online. The quarterly will reach 30,000 contractor readers among the magazine's current paid circulation of 63,000.
"ENR CBQ is a new and innovative extension of the ENR media network, now going further to address the business needs of the contractor community and those that need to reach them. Contractors have told us that they want and prefer independent, objective journalism edited through the lens of the contracting executive, and they want it delivered within the one media brand they trust and rely on above all others - ENR," said Paul Bonington, ENR's vice president and publisher, in a press release.
According to ENR editor-in-chief Janice Tuchman, CBQ will offer analytical features about management strategy, balancing risk, project delivery systems, ownership strategies, workforce and technology. Under her leadership. ENR earned two 2012 Jesse H. Neal Awards for excellence in journalism, including Best Website and Best Technical Content.