This is a great chance for construction companies to showcase projects that aren’t necessarily the biggest or most expensive, but hold importance for the industry as a whole.
BIRMINGHAM, AL (PRWEB) April 12, 2015
Construction Business Owner, the leading business management magazine for contractors, announced its Most Noteworthy Projects of 2015 Contest today.
The contest will highlight outstanding construction projects completed or scheduled to complete in 2015. Construction Business Owner (CBO) developed the project to give construction businesses nationwide the opportunity to showcase projects of any type that its teams regard as remarkable, significant, innovative or extraordinary.
“This is a great chance for construction companies to showcase projects that aren’t necessarily the biggest or most expensive, but hold importance for the industry as a whole. We’re eager to see what’s out there, and recognize and support these notable efforts,” said CBO Editor Kathy Wells.
One winner will be selected from each of the following eight categories:
- Best Overall Project
To enter, contestants will complete and submit the entry form at constructionbusinessowner.com no later than August 14, 2015. Winners will be selected by a team of judges in the construction industry and will be announced November 2015. Judges will not have connections to any participating construction companies. The eight winning submissions will be showcased in the pages of CBO’s December 2015 issue, and receive a plaque of recognition and a free half-page advertisement in the issue.
For more information about the Most Noteworthy Projects of 2015 Contest, visit constructionbusinessowner.com.
About Construction Business Owner magazine
Construction Business Owner launched in August 2004 as a different kind of construction magazine, filling an industry need for business management knowledge that is of real value to construction company owners. CBO is designed to help leaders run their businesses better. Articles include information to assist in decision making both in the office and in the field. Topics range from sales and human resources, to finance and equipment, to regulatory issues, bidding strategies and more. The magazine is a Cahaba Media Group publication. For more information, visit cahabamedia.com.
For more information, contact:
Senior Editor, Marketing
Cahaba Media Group