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

Featured Stories:

Redefining Retail

Contractors are adapting to a new “normal” for post-recession
store construction, with different market trends emerging
depending on the location and developer.

Thinking Outside the Box
Customized metal building systems can meet flexibility and
sustainability goals while keeping aesthetic exteriors and
interiors intact.

Special Section: 2013 HOT COMPANIES

Also in October:

• On the Level: A New Normal
• Washington Update: Why the Virginia Governor’s Race Matters
• Economic Outlook: Retail Construction Fundamentals Improve
• Tech Trends: Navigating the Software Selection Process
• Onsite Safety: Differentiating Between Construction and Maintenance
• Risk Management: The Right Way to Write Builders Risk Insurance
• Business Development: Quit Wasting Business Development Dollars
• Bottom Line: Every Employee Is Responsible for Cash Management

Plus Construction Industry Headlines, Around the Nation and Community Spotlight

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A Look Ahead:

November Special Section: The 11th Annual Contractors' Guide to Surety Bonding
December Special Section: 2014 HOT PRODUCTS
Decmber Special Feature: ABC Elevator Contractors Council

Top Headlines from Construction Executive's eNewsletters:

Don’t Wait for an Audit to Learn You’re a Federal Contractor: Part I
Equal Tax Treatment for Same-Sex Marriages
Don’t Wait for an Audit to Learn You’re a Federal Contractor: Part II

Mobile Apps Showcase
Technology Is Not a Quick Fix
Incorporating Mobile AEC Apps into Everyday Workflows

Deconstructing Chaos: Profit-Centric Leadership
The Economic Loss Rule: Why Should I Care?
Defining Business Risk Exclusions

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