Incorporating all aspects of the building sector, Builders & Contractors Magazine is a keen advocate of corporate responsibility values across all areas of building, infrastructure, maintenance, property management and associated works. Not only highlighting building news topics, the magazine also highlights other, more specific areas such as: property news, facilities management news, architecture news, engineering news and also general business news.
Key topics for features in Builders & Contractors Magazine focus on some of the key issues prominent from a construction news perspective, such as: health and safety, environmental management, sustainability, local community projects, training and apprenticeships, and waste management. As such, Builders & Contractors champions all areas of corporate social responsibility, providing food for thought on how your business can operate more responsibly.
As one of the industry’s leading NZ building news sources, featuring in Builders & Contractors Magazine is the perfect channel through which to promote what you, as a business, and as an industry professional, are doing. We engage with construction industry leaders, regularly featuring both small and large construction enterprises, all the way through to the top 10 construction companies in NZ.
Most specifically, Builders & Contractors Magazine provides the perfect opportunity to talk about any recent building industry awards, certification, and push the envelope on your corporate social responsibility values. Additionally, we talk about what makes your company special, highlighting any and all unique selling points synonymous with your business. This can then be presented as a featured article to combine information on your business with that of the latest NZ construction news, information and developments.
“Should you wish to showcase your business and provide commentary on the latest construction news topics, you can feature in Builders & Contractors Magazine entirely free of charge. As a leading NZ building magazine, we have a great reputation throughout the construction sector for featuring detailed case studies and company spotlights, as well as reporting on the latest NZ building news”.
– Builders and Contractors Magazine
Due to our enviable position in the industry, we at Builders & Contractors Magazine are able to provide extensive coverage in our magazine and news pages at no cost to you, the modern construction company. Through our approach to trade publishing, we are able to network with key contractors, suppliers and service providers with which you work, to source supplementary, supporting advertising alongside your article.
This approach essentially allows us to provide the feature space at no charge to yourself, and also allow us to scale up the space we can provide in the magazine in line with the amount of support you receive. Promotion by association, as they say, is the past, present and future of advertising.
Much of the content produced in Builders and Contractors is done so through research undertaken by our team of journalists, who then provide information on the latest NZ building news topics for our readers. If, however you would like to contribute to Builders and Contractors then we would be happy to work with you, and your organisation to publish professional commentary and opinion on the latest construction news items and topics.
Of course, all content submitted to Builders and Contractors Magazine’s must be provided as unique copy so that we can present our readers with a unique source of NZ building news and construction industry commentary unavailable elsewhere. In return, however, we are happy to provide author by-lines and credits to the relevant writers of articles to feature on our news pages.
We do require that all content submitted is also purely of editorial opinion content in nature. Articles submitted for advertising purposes or those deemed to constitute advertorial content, such as the promotion of services and product ranges, are in effect, chargeable. For more information, please get in touch with us.