McGraw-Hill Construction's GreenSource Magazine and Engineering News-Record Website Win Neal Awards

GreenSource wins best start-up publication; is recognized with two

website awards from American Business Media

Mar 23, 2007, 01:00 ET from McGraw-Hill Construction

    NEW YORK, March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- McGraw-Hill Construction's
 GreenSource, a publication devoted to sustainable design and construction,
 won the Jesse H. Neal Award for Best Start-Up Publication at the American
 Business Media's annual Neal Awards event. McGraw-Hill Construction, a unit
 of The McGraw-Hill Companies (NYSE:   MHP), also received two awards for (, the website of Engineering News-Record. The
 website received the "Best Online Article or Series" award for its package
 of stories and slideshows about Dubai
 It also received the Best Website award in the category for sites with
 fewer than 100,000 unique visitors per month.
     Called "the Pulitzer Prize of the business media," the prestigious
 Jesse H. Neal Awards recognize editorial excellence in business-to-business
 publications. The awards were presented March 22 at a lunch hosted by
 American Business Media at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York.
     GreenSource magazine was created in 2006 in response to the needs and
 demands of the profession and is the source for noteworthy trends in
 sustainable design, projects and case studies of best practices.
 GreenSource is produced by the editors of McGraw-Hill Construction, in
 partnership with editors at BuildingGreen, Inc. GreenSource magazine is
 supported by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC), and its
 circulation of 42,000 consists of the key specifiers and buyers involved in
 green design and construction including 30,000 members of the USGBC. The
 magazine will be published quarterly this year, following two issues in
 2006 (May and November)., which expands the print publication Engineering News-Record,
 provides the news, analysis, commentary and data that construction industry
 professionals need to do their jobs more effectively. has more than
 90,000 unique visitors a month, composed of contractors, project owners,
 engineers, architects, government regulators and industry suppliers - many
 of whom work around the world. The Neal judges praised for its
 "stunning slide show; good collection of tools and mix of news...a deep
     "In the short time since its launch, GreenSource magazine has captured
 the attention and interest of its audience as well as the business media
 community," said Robert Ivy, vice president and editorial director for
 McGraw- Hill Construction and editor in chief of Architectural Record. "ENR
 has a long history but has always changed to keep up with the times. We are
 proud of ENR's editorial staff for the quality of news they provide to the
 industry via the Internet. It is a great honor for us to receive this
 recognition for the editorial and design excellence of our publications and
     In addition to the awards received, McGraw-Hill Construction's
 Architectural Record was named as a Neal Award finalist in three
 categories: Best Web Site, Best Editorials, and Best Department
 (Architectural Technology).
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