Construction Executive Magazine Digital Edition
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The Digital Edition of Construction Executive's January 2013 Special 10th Anniversary Issue is Now Available

Featured stories include:
Charging Ahead
In honor of its 10th anniversary, Construction Executive highlights a sampling of innovations in materials, tools, equipment and technology that construction firms can take advantage of now and in the near future.

Plotting a Path to Success
As national chairman of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC), Greg Hoberock is committed to promoting the merit shop philosophy in 2013.

Pipefitters' Perseverance Pays Off
Two craft professionals who broadened their skill sets in order to adapt to employment needs find success in ABC's National Craft Championships.

Special Feature: Construction Executive's 10th Anniversary
Celebrating our first 10 years of monthly publication (2003-2013)

Special Section: Construction Technology / Tech Product Showcase

Also in January:
• On the Level: One Decade Down, Many More to Go
• Washington Update: 2013 Congressional Outlook: Same Dynamics, New Challenges
• Legally Speaking: Recession Reduces Impact of Disputes
• Risk Management: Viable Alternatives to Payment and Performance Bonds
• Bottom Line: Maximize Cost Control Through Project Planning

Plus Construction Industry Headlines and Around the Nation

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Coming in February 2013:
Cover Story: Power Generation
Special Section: Construction Law

Top Headline's from Construction Executive's eNewsletters:

Ten Keys to Turning Around a Company on the Rocks
Case Study: $14 Million Apartment Building Bid Analysis
How to Prepare for a Tax Audit

Effective Social Media Use for Today's Construction Companies
Creating a Tech-Friendly Workplace Culture
Jump-Start Savings with Digital Handover

Snuffing Out Equipment Theft
Surviving the Economic Downturn: A Tale of Two Contractors
Duty to Defend Greater Than Duty to Indemnify

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