Construction Manager has picked up the prized Best Magazine award at this year’s Memcom Membership Excellence Awards.
The event, which celebrates outstanding achievements among membership organisations, trade associations and the wider not-for-profit sector, was held last week at Hilton London Bankside.
“The issue focused on women in construction successfully presented the many facets of the industry.”
The Memcom judges said: “A clear content strategy made this entry stand out and the focus on giving members a voice was impressive. This was the overall winner because of its arresting graphics and photography, great content and coherent messaging. The issue focused on women in construction successfully presented the many facets of the industry.”
The judging panel comprised a range of CEOs and senior directors from across membership organisations in the UK.
Caroline Gumble, CIOB chief executive, said: “We are very proud of our magazines and the important role they play in keeping members up-to-date and at the cutting edge of the industry. The feedback we get from the CIOB community tells us CM magazine stands out as a trusted source of news and information. I am delighted the team have been recognised for consistently publishing a magazine that informs, inspires and helps bring our community together.”
Stephen Quirke, managing director of Atom Publishing, said: “The CIOB deserves this award every bit as much as we do, they have been unstinting in their support and encouragement for Construction Manager since Atom started publishing the magazine. The CIOB is a great client and we are extremely happy to be their publishing partner.”