About Associated Construction Publications
For more than 100 years, the ACP magazines have served our local construction markets, celebrating the successes that have resulted in a more productive, healthier and safer built environment. As we move forward we will focus on the rebuilding of our highways and bridges, the development of new infrastructure that will serve our communities with clean energy and clean water, and the expansion of alternative transportation initiatives such as light rail and high-speed rail.
Our editorial content consists of local news and information about the people and projects located in each region described below coupled with national features on topics of interest and legislation effecting heavy construction.
To view any of our magazines, click on the link below:
- California Builder & Engineer serving California, Hawaii and Western Nevada since 1893.
- Construction covering DC, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia since 1933.
- Construction Digest featuring Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Eastern Missouri and Ohio since 1926.
- Construction News covering Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma and Western Tennessee since 1934.
- Constructioneer featuring Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania since 1945.
- Dixie Contractor covering Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Eastern Tennessee since 1926.
- Michigan Contractor & Builder featuring all of Michigan since 1907.
- Midwest Contractor for Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and Western Missouri since 1901.
- New England Construction covering Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont since 1936.
- Pacific Builder & Engineer for Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington since 1902.
- Rocky Mountain Construction covering Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico , Utah and Wyoming since 1925.
- Texas Contractor covering all of Texas since 1923.
- Western Builder covering Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin since 1902.
- Building Excellence has been writing about the built environment in Indiana since 2005.