Are You a Thought Leader Interested in Writing for Constructible?

October 25, 2017 Sarah Null

We are looking for guest writers who can contribute to our blog. If you are a thought leader, influencer, or professional in the construction industry, we want to hear from you!

All content ideas and suggestions are welcome, but we are looking for writers to contribute to the following topics:

  • BIM

  • Construction IoT

  • What “Constructibility” means to you

  • Ways to win business

  • Reducing risk in construction

  • Changes in construction for 2018 and beyond

  • New technology you expect to see in construction

  • Country or state differences in MEP

  • Reducing waste on the job site

  • Material and equipment management

  • Creating a successful bid

  • Cutting installation time

  • The future of careers in construction

  • Building a sustainable future

  • Green energy

 

If you are interested, simply make a copy of this template, fill out the requested information, and share the Google doc with sarah_null@trimble.com.

If your background fits our needs, Sarah will be in touch regarding next steps for your submission and a timeline for publication. If you have questions, please feel free to reach out!

About the Author

Sarah Null

Sarah is the Content Editor/Writer for Constructible. She has worked on many large scale marketing campaigns for Fortune 500/100 companies, helping them define their story and shape a compelling narrative. Now, she focuses on creating new and valuable content for our readers.

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