Construction Executive Magazine Digital Edition
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The Digital Edition of Construction Executive's March 2013 Issue is Now Available


Featured Stories Include:

Culture Change
Three award-winning contractors explain how ownership commitment and employee engagement can lead to world-class safety performance, as well as better business opportunities.

Taking Top Honors
An HVAC technician from Wisconsin and an electrician from Arizona push themselves to perfect their trades as competitors in Associated Builders and Contractors' (ABC) National Craft Championships.

Special Section: ABC's Excellence Awards

Also in February:

• On the Level: Building Industry Alliances
• Washington Update:Amplifying ABC's Voice Through Mobile Advocacy
• Economic Outlook: The Economic Implications Of Hurricane Sandy
• Legally Speaking: Contractual Modifications For a Changing Marketplace
• Risk Management: Assess Indirect Risks When Preparing a Disaster Recovery Plan
• Onsite Safety: Situational Awareness Improves Safety and Efficiency
• Tech Trends: Three Things to Consider Before Jumping into the Cloud

Plus Construction Industry Headlines, Around the Nation and Community Spotlight

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Coming in April 2013:

Cover Focus: Workforce Development
Special Section: Insurance & Surety Bonding Update
Special Feature: Annual Software & Technology Product Showcase



Top Headline's from Construction Executive's eNewsletters:

MANAGING YOUR BUSINESS
Bribery in the Construction Industry: Part I – Kickbacks
Bribery in the Construction Industry: Part II – Bid-Rigging
Manage Renovations, Remodels and Alterations through a Special Projects Division

TECH TRENDS
Effective Social Media Use for Today's Construction Companies
'Leaping' into the Future
How to Make the New Windows 8 Act Like Windows 7

RISK MANAGEMENT
Five Contract Provisions That May Be Unenforceable
Safety 'Truths' Predict and Prevent Workplace Injuries
Uninsurable Risks Utility Contractors Should Consider

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