NEW YORK, March 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Architectural Record, GreenSource and Engineering News-Record (ENR), published by McGraw Hill Construction (http://www.construction.com/), received four Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism awards today from American Business Media at its 60th annual awards luncheon in New York City. The awards, known as "the Pulitzer Prize of business media," recognize editorial excellence among business-to-business publications.
Architectural Record (http://www.archrecord.com) received the award for "Best Use Of Social Media," and was also recognized for the Outstanding Editorial Achievement of winning the most Neal Awards in the program's 60-year history, with a total of 28 awards including the 2012 Grand Neal Award. Essential to the profession for over 120 years, Architectural Record's magazine and website provide industry news and analysis, as well as coverage of design trends, building science, and professional strategies for architects and design professionals.
GreenSource (http://www.GreenSourceMag.com) won "Best Theme Issue" for its September/October 2013 issue, "How Tall Is Too Tall?" A mainstay in the green building market since 2006, GreenSource and GreenSourceMag.com are produced by McGraw Hill Construction and BuildingGreen, Inc., with support from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). GreenSource is a leader in covering noteworthy trends and best practices in sustainable design.
"Architectural Record and GreenSource are the products of our talented team of editors, writers and designers, who seek out projects that are innovative and compelling to share with the world. We are grateful to American Business Media for recognizing and rewarding our efforts," said Cathleen McGuigan, editor-in-chief of Architectural Record and editorial director of GreenSource.
ENR (http://www.enr.com), the primary trusted source of news, analysis, commentary, and data for the construction industry, received the award for "Best Subject-Related Series" for its four-part series on how construction professionals can play a role in adapting the built environment to climate change.
"We are honored to be recognized, and I am proud of our reporting team for producing such outstanding journalism, year after year," said Janice Tuchman, editor in chief, ENR.
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