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Saturday29 August 2015

What is Building?

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Building is the UK’s best-read, most established brand in the construction industry. It was launched in 1843 as The Builder, by Joseph Alysius Hansom architect of Birmingham Town Hall and designer of the Hansom safety cab. Building once counted Prince Albert, Charles Dickens and Florence Nightingale among its readers.

Building provides an unrivalled combination of award winning editorial, news, interviews, analysis and hard industry data and leads the way in journalism for the construction industry. The way in which our subscribers consume our content continues to evolve - our content is now accessible across magazine, website, mobile and tablet. To read more about our audience figures which are independently assured by Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP UK, please visit www.building.co.uk/am.

Building is the only brand to reach all levels of the specification chain, reaching an audience of contractors, housebuilders, architects, clients and surveyors.

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Conferences, events and award shows

Building hosts a broad range of events across the country and also online, alongside hosting the most prestigious awards in the construction industry - the Building Awards. The awards honour the contractors, housebuilders and consultants who have performed best in the previous year.

Our events include May Design Series, the UK’s definitive international furnishings fair and interior design show, and Ecobuild, the biggest sustainability exhibition in construction.

View more information on upcoming awards, events or conferences

Advertise with us

Building’s commercial team has unrivalled experience and expertise in helping advertisers make the most of their budgets. View our media pack to find out more about marketing opportunities with Building, or contact Cameron Marshall, our National Advertising Manager, via email on cameron.marshall@ubm.com or call him on 020 7921 8018.

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