Make Your Voice Count
Contributed by Eric D. Lussier
As I stated on the Young Architect podcast with Michael Riscica back in October, “Let’s Fix Construction is not about Cherise and I; it’s about the industry. It’s about taking good pieces of knowledge and information and sharing it with the world.”
Over the last eighteen months, we have done our absolute best to bring our voices, as well as two dozen additional contributors from across the AEC industry, and provide an avenue to offer creative solutions, separate myths from facts and erase misconceptions about the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry.
We continue to look to add to our collective voice on this blog and our podcast and encourage you to share your voice. We offer a platform, an audience and a desire to share your knowledge with others. This outlet is free, and we encourage you to speak out and let your view be known. Please visit the submit page on our website to learn more.
Another AEC-based website offering knowledge sharing is Construction Marketing Ideas (CMI), which shares free information and resources for architectural, engineering and construction businesses. Mark Buckshon, the founder of CMI, set out to learn everything he could about marketing for AEC and share it with the rest of the industry.
Annually, CMI holds a competition for the Best Construction Blog of the year. In Let’s Fix Construction’s first year, we were nominated (you can read our profile from 2017 on the CMI blog here) and we’re very happy to announce that as we celebrate our 18-month anniversary, we are once again nominated in 2018, among a field of 17 industry bloggers. From now until Saturday, March 31st you can vote for your favorite AEC industry bloggers.
We are truly honored to be nominated among many other industry voices and well-respected blogs and encourage you to read all of them out for a wealth of education and knowledge, including one of Let’s Fix Construction’s most frequent and esteemed contributors, Mr. Sheldon Wolfe, whose 'Constructive Thoughts' is also nominated.
Please consider taking the time to vote for ‘Let’s Fix Construction’ and ‘Constructive Thoughts’ on the CMI website (as you can select one or more blogs on the ballot, but can only vote once), which you may do here: http://constructionmarketingideas.com/best-construction-blog-2018-voting-booth/
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