Construction Journal Acquires Construction News Corporation

Construction Journal, a leading provider of construction information, expands coverage into Ohio and Michigan.

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Rich Goldman – President & CEO of Construction Journal

Rich Goldman – President & CEO of Construction Journal

The combination of our proprietary technology along with verified information and availability of plans & specifications, enables our customers to always be in-the-know and stay on top of their marketplaces

STUART, FLORIDA (PRWEB) June 21, 2013

Construction Journal, a trusted provider of actionable data to the commercial and residential construction industry, is pleased to announce that it has acquired the assets of Construction News Corporation, a similar information provider based in Cleveland, Ohio. The acquisition expands Construction Journal’s footprint into Ohio and Michigan.

“The acquisition of Construction News Corporation strengthens our market position, increases our offering and brings talented and tenured staff,” said Rich Goldman, President and CEO of Construction Journal. Construction Journal reports on public and private projects in conception and design phases into the bidding process all the way through the operation of the structure. “The combination of our proprietary technology along with verified information and availability of plans & specifications, enables our customers to always be in-the-know and stay on top of their marketplaces,” continues Goldman. The acquisition of Construction News Corporation follows Construction Journal’s previous acquisitions of Works in Progress in South Burlington, Vermont and Construction Bulletin in Jacksonville, Florida.

Located in Cleveland, Ohio, Construction News Corporation is a 21-year old local provider of construction information to Ohio and Michigan. “It’s a win-win for our customers,” says Tim Blaicher, Chairman and Founder of Construction News Corporation, “I’ve always admired Construction Journal’s customer centric focus and ease-of- use. I consider them the best in the business.” Ted Blaicher, President of Construction News Corporation, will join Construction Journal’s executive team and continue to manage day-to-day operations at the Cleveland location. “I’m excited to join an organization that has a demonstrated history of continually improving their products and services while maintaining a rigorous customer focus. We are sure to provide a step-up in service to Construction News customers,” said Ted Blaicher. Construction News Corporation was founded in 1993 by Arthur A. Blaicher, II (Tim), and along with son Ted Blaicher, has provided leadership to the company until the sale to Construction Journal.

About Construction Journal:
Construction Journal is a trusted provider of actionable data and actively researches and reports on private and public projects from conception through operation. With comprehensive relationships with owners, architects, engineers, general contractors, public agencies, media, and other sources, customers get a continuous stream of verified construction leads. Construction Journal delivers project reports, related plans and specifications at ConstructionJournal.com and in print via 20 regional weekly publications. Construction Journal was founded in 1996 by Rich Goldman and is headquartered in Stuart, Florida with additional offices in South Burlington, Vermont, Cleveland, Ohio and Philadelphia, PA.


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