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Guest on The Infra Blog: Janice Tuchman, Editor-In-Chief, Engineering News-Record (ENR)

Posted by Steve Anderson on Thursday, May 6th, 2010

Janice L. Tuchman is editor-in-chief of Engineering News-Record (ENR), where she directs the editorial operations of the Engineering News-Record enterprise online, in print and at in-person events.  In 2002, she became only the sixth woman to be elected to membership in “The Moles,” a prestigious heavy-construction industry leaders organization.  She also serves on the Industry Advisory Committee of the Department of Civil Engineering at Columbia University. She co-authored a book on Exposed Structure in Building Design and won McGraw-Hill Corporate Achievement Awards for Information Technology and Editorial Excellence.

Janice Tuchman:

Much infra work to be done

The funding challenge


Getting involved in infra change


Finding a way to fix our infra


Infra work for construction companies

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