Governing Magazine Public Works Professionals Database
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Reach responsive top-tier executives and decision-makers with purchasing power within the Governing Magazine Public Works Professionals Database. This database is comprised of civil, mechanical and electrical engineers; tradesmen, directors; operations managers; DOT directors, city managers; and contractors who subscribe to Governing Magazine’s suite of resources. With timely topics on efficient state and local government operation, government technology implementation, and improving education, these professionals rely on Governing Magazine publications, newsletters, websites, events, digital education, and research applicationsto help themmake informative decisions on constructing public works projects ranging from highway construction to city park development.
Governing Magazine provides these public works professionals with non-partisan news, insight and analysis concerning project budget and finance; transportation and infrastructure solutions; and technology innovations. These executives and professionals are contracted or employed by local, state and the federal governments to design, build and maintain various government sponsored public works projects such as new roads and bridges, mass transit systems, airports, dams, tunnels, green infrastructure, public schools, city parks, sewer systems, clean water, energy-efficient buildings, and railroads. A multi-trillion dollar industry that creates thousands of jobs, public works executives often work in conjunction with city and state officials, legislatures, directors, council members, city attorneys, mayors, city councils, and governors from conception to completion of the project to ensure compliance and quality.
Public Works professionals are in continuous pursuit of products and services necessary for construction of projects, development of technology, and project management strategies. These subscribers specify, recommend and approve purchases related to computers, hardware and software, building materials, infrastructure, event coordination, travel, banking services, payroll, procurement, publications, continuing education, insurance offers, financial offers, office supplies, vehicle fleet acquisition, electronics, cyber security, telecommunications, and credit cards.