NEW YORK, Aug. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- McGraw-Hill Construction's Engineering News-Record (ENR) has won five 2012 Azbee Awards of Excellence from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE). Each year, these prestigious awards recognize excellence in editorial, design and online achievement among business-to-business, trade, association and professional publications.
ENR magazine and its website, ENR.com, received the following five ASBPE awards:
- National Gold Award, Technical Article: "Massive Modules: Disappearing Act," by Luke Abaffy
- National Bronze Award, Technical Article: "Cavernous Crusade: A Tale of Three Tunnels," by Aileen Cho
- National Top Ten Award for Online Excellence, B2B Web Site of the Year: ENR.com
- Northeast Regional Gold Award, Feature Article: "Life Saving Lessons from the Japanese Tsunami," by Tom Sawyer
- Northeast Regional Bronze Award, Feature Article (Design): "Critical Paths: Tower Crews Get Royal Treatment," design by Francesca Messina, Richard Demler, Justin Reynolds, Cindy Saavedra and Joe Woolhead
Jan Tuchman, editor-in-chief, ENR, said, "As the primary trusted sources of news, analysis, commentary and data for the construction industry, we at ENR and ENR.com are grateful to our friends at ASBPE for this recognition. It is an honor to be recognized among our peers in business-to-business publishing for our commitment to excellence in journalism."
For more information, visit http://www.asbpe.org/azbee-awards.
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