Industry Dive is pleased to announce the acquisition of ConstructionPro Network, an online resource center for owners, contractors, and project managers to make better decisions, lead improved project outcomes, and thrive in today's challenging construction environment.
Since its launch in 2003, originally as a construction claims information newsletter, ConstructionPro Network has maintained its expanded mission to provide valuable news and insight on the construction industry surrounding legal issues, green building, LEED, project controls, BIM, scheduling, contract documents and project management.
"Now under the stewardship of Construction Dive, the ConstructionPro Network community will be served with knowledgeable resources and insights from the entire industry," said Paul Levin, owner of Construction Schedule Analytics and WPL Publishing. "We've been impressed with Dive's coverage of the industry, and look forward to its continued growth and best-in-class editorial coverage."
Levin has retained the Construction Claims Advisor and training resources.
With almost 45,000 active readers, Construction Dive is a trusted name in construction industry news. With daily updates on everything from commercial design to multifamily construction, and construction startups to new federal regulations, Construction Dive provides a unique industry perspective.
"We are honored to continue the pertinent conversation around construction project management and welcome the members of ConstructionPro Network into our community of more than five million business executives," said Sean Griffey, CEO of Industry Dive.
About Industry Dive
Washington, D.C.-based Industry Dive was formed in January 2012 to provide news and trends for industry leaders through convenient mobile apps and websites. Today, Industry Dive serves over five million executives through 13 industry-specific news publications: BioPharma Dive, CIO Dive, Construction Dive, Education Dive, Food Dive, Healthcare Dive, HR Dive, Marketing Dive, Retail Dive, Smart Cities Dive, Supply Chain Dive Utility Dive, and Waste Dive. Learn more at industrydive.com.