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CNinsight scoops IBP Website of the Year award

CNinsight, Construction News’ online business information tool, has won website of the year at the International Building Press Awards.

The judges enthusiastically stated cninsight.cnplus.co.uk is a “very professional collection of well presented information for the target audience”.

“It is a form of communication that could only be done via the web and forms a valuable and objective resource that is not provided by any of the other publications in the field. One really feels they are getting the information from behind the scenes. It also boasts excellent load times and is technically well constructed including a useful range of options for filtering data.” The judges said.

Broadcaster and journalist Nick Ferrari presented web editor Lisa Glancy with the award at the event at Imperial College, London, last night.

“CNinsight boasts excellent load times and is technically well constructed including a useful range of options for filtering data.”
IBP Judges

Construction News magazine was also shortlisted for weekly magazine of the year, deputy news editor Greg Pitcher for construction journalist of the year and reporter Michael Lane was shortlisted for young reporter of the year .

The judges described Greg as a “refreshing new entrant in the category that demonstrates capability in both news and features” and Michael gave the judges a glimpse of good old time journalistic skills and a down to earth approach to producing his articles.

“Michael provided good old school news reporting produced as a result of good contacts, hard work and an ear to the ground,” enthused the judges.

 

 

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