2015 Technology in Civil Construction: Contractor magazine supplement

In October 2015 we’ll be publishing our second annual technology review, taking a look at the range of technology solutions that are available to the civil construction industry. Respected industry writer Cameron Officer will introduce our review, and provide his opinion on the key trends to watch.

Our approach is all-inclusive- we have a range of categories and we are currently looking for material in the form of editorial content and advertising from interested parties. If the new app or software program is making a difference- we want to hear about it. Our audience will be Contractor’s comprehensive distribution list.Unknown The format will differ from last year’s supplement, with a portion of our 2015 edition appearing as a special preview section inside the pages of Contractor magazine. As is fitting for a supplement focusing on technology, we’re also taking an exciting new approach and bringing our broad audience more content in a digital format. This will help throw the spotlight on smaller companies looking to reach a greater proportion of the civil earthworks, minerals and infrastructure industries.” Once published the digital version will be posted on the archives page on website and emailed to our database. Please contact Charles Fairbairn for more information about the 2015 technology review, either via email charles@contrafed.co.nz or phone 096365724.

We have a working deadline for editorial submissions of September 1st- to assist Cameron manage the influx of material, and an advertising copy deadline of September 14th.

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