The Knowledge Issue

May 03, 2017


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INDUSTRY TUTORIALS

The May issue is fully devoted educational tutorials, published at the perfect time for the industry to share knowledge and educate itself about the new materials, legislation, techniques, methodologies and technologies that have been introduced to the construction industry recently. We will also be carrying tutorials on construction management practice for our C-Suite readers.

TIMING

THE KNOWLEDGE ISSUE is timed to allow professionals the opportunity of this time of year to update their knowledge while there are fewer client demands this quarter.

READY TO DO BUSINESS

THE KNOWLEDGE ISSUE enables construction professionals to get up to speed with the latest in best practice to offer a superior service to their clients going forward.

MEDIA PROMOTION CAMPAIGN

We are expecting THE KNOWLEDGE ISSUE to be the Highest Readership Issue of the Year. Why? Because we have a Lead Story that is expected to attract mainstream media coverage, as well as the entire issue being promoted extensively to our database of over 500,000 construction professionals, as well as weekly via our newsletter, reaching an additional 38,400 subscribers.

CAN YOU HELP TO EDUCATE THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY?

If you have new or state-of-the-art products, materials or technologies that can help the construction industry to further its knowledge, email the Editor, Kay Marham, to discuss whether we can include your company as an Industry Educator.

SUGGESTED CONTENT SO FAR…

  • Concrete Technology
  • Fire Prevention Materials and Techniques
  • How NOT to Use BIM
  • How do You Choose Glass?
  • Building Materials of the Future
  • HVAC 2020 – The Cooling Tech of the Future
  • Preparing for VAT
  • Latest Innovations in Façades and Envelope
  • Wood as a building material in this climate
  • Tackling Underwater Construction
  • How, Where and When to Recycle Materials
  • Update on the Region’s 3D Printing Market

TO DISCUSS YOUR INVOLVEMENT: Simply email the Editor and paste ‘INDUSTRY EDUCATOR’ into your email subject line if you are interested in playing your part to:

  • Educate the market
  • Position yourself as an industry authority
  • Raise your profile
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