We'd also like to thank Mr. Mark Buckshon of Construction Marketing Ideas for taking the time to speak with us.
The judges were:
- Heather Kirk, freelance writer with the Construction News and Report Group
- Michael Stone, residential contractor and consultant
- Matt Handal, blogger and proposals expert, and
- Casandra Pollack, advice and proposal/marketing support for industrial, commercial, and institutional projects
These judges assessed each blog according to three criteria: graphic quality and appearance, content, and reader interaction and involvement. The results were combined in an algorithm with the popular vote to determine the best construction blog. Whirlwind Steel scored 13.6, over five points more than the closest competitor.
Of the judges’ comments, the one we are most proud of is this:
“[The content] is clear, thorough, covered a lot of interesting topics that were general and relevant to many.”
It has always been our aim to provide value to the industry we serve. We want to publish a blog that talks about more than prefabricated steel buildings. We want to help the industry maintain a safe workplace; stay abreast of technological developments that introduce efficiency and accuracy for your construction business; and educate owners, contractors, designers, engineers, and others on best practices.
Again, we thank you, our readers, for your continued support, and we thank the Construction News and Report Group for the opportunity and feedback it gave us to showcase our efforts. We expect to build on this foundation and continue to provide information that you can use in your daily operations.
In the spirit of continuous improvement, we are in the process of redesigning our blog and our website to make it more modern and eye-catching while remaining easy to read. We will continue to bring you news and information of value, both to specific trades and to the industry as a whole.
Again, Whirlwind Steel thanks the Best Construction Blog Review and most especially you, our readers. Without you, we would not be here.