Construction Monthly New York Premiers with Green Building Issue

This coming October, a new construction and design magazine called Construction Monthly New York will officially launch. The magazine was unofficially introduced last month in connection with the Construction Expo held at the Javits Center here in Manhattan. This premier issue- which just recently became available online- is devoted exclusively to green building. Two articles [...]

This coming October, a new construction and design magazine called Construction Monthly New York will officially launch. The magazine was unofficially introduced last month in connection with the Construction Expo held at the Javits Center here in Manhattan. This premier issue- which just recently became available online- is devoted exclusively to green building. Two articles that I wrote- one about green risk management and the other describing sick building syndrome- appear in the issue, along with a reprint of Josh Dorfman’s February 22, 2007 gbNYC guest post. It’s a good-looking magazine with some terrific content from the perspective of different construction stakeholders. Subscriptions right now are free and I urge you to check it out.

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