Construction Journal Expands Coverage to Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia and Nevada
STUART, Florida, May 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Construction Journal recently announced that its cloud-based construction research platform has once again expanded its service area, this time to include Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Nevada.
The company offers software as a service (SaaS) that connects public and private sector construction projects with building product manufacturers, contractors, architects, engineers, suppliers and service providers.
Construction Journal’s user-friendly platform provides access to a comprehensive database of verified construction projects. CJ’s robust tools and analytics provide a greater opportunity for companies to identify projects of interest and their businesses, contacts, project details, plans and specifications, as well as many tools including tracking projects and businesses.
“Our customers rely on our data to identify upcoming projects, track competitor actions, and even learn about projects that their current customers don’t tell them about for whatever reason. We are responding to an important need, which is why we are the most dynamic provider of construction information in United States“Said the founder and CEO of Construction Journal Rich goldman, “which demonstrates the quality and usefulness of our data to our customers.”
“Our proprietary technology combined with our close and ongoing relationships with agencies, builders, architects, engineers and contractors allow us to present the most comprehensive industry data to our users. We quickly became a national provider of construction information in United States. “
Annual construction spending in the United States has exceeded $ 1.3 trillion. CJ’s vast database of ongoing projects and wide range of advanced features ensure that every customer segment is able to reap the benefits provided by the company’s extensive and committed research teams that cover all phases of the projects. of construction.
“We provide the essential information our customers need at the right time when they need to get involved or get their products specified,” Goldman concluded. Those interested in learning more about Construction Journal’s surprisingly affordable service can visit www.ConstructionJournal.com for a free demonstration.
About Construction Journal
Construction Journal is the leading provider of information on fastest growing construction projects United States. We give construction product manufacturers, contractors, architects, engineers, suppliers and service providers actionable data and market insights to ensure their success. Our clients are informed with critical intelligence to help them forge new relationships, gain business and increase their income.
Visit www.ConstructionJournal.com to learn more.
SOURCE construction log