Published monthly and designed primarily as a product book, ABC+D is dedicated to offering the latest information about products, services, news and technology within the building industry.
In recent years the magazine has taken a more feature-led approach which includes in-depth articles, current hot topics, case studies and industry comment as well as showcasing a wide range of new and in-situ product information.
In 2009 ABC+D took the decision to recruit a dedicated in-house circulation manager who is responsible for sourcing and maintaining the readership database. As a result we now have the luxury of being able to target specific individuals, issue by issue, who are pertinent to our advertisers and editorial contributors, therefore maximising the potential for valuable response. This has resulted in a marked increase in the quality of enquirers across the board – strengthening our position as one of the industry’s leading product books.
Covering current hot topics, in-depth case studies, design trends, industry comments and legislative updates, as well as a detailed emphasis and focus on individual building projects and exciting product innovations.
Offering concise details of new product launches, news and products in action.
Leading manufacturers and service providers offering competitive products, prices and customer care. Booking your display campaign within ABC+D guarantees that products or services are seen and responded to by key decision makers within the industry.
An ideal way of promoting your new products, case studies, company promotions and technology at a cost-effective price. Each large space features: company name, a fixed number of words, image, email and web address
21,000 abc audited building industry specifiers who we know hold specifying and purchasing authority:
Architectural Practices: 11,274
Design & Build/Building Contractors: 3,507
Building/Quantity Surveyors: 1,051
Local Authorities/Housing Associations/Education: 980
Trade Contractors: 1,058
As we roll the circulation each month these figures are subject to change
We endeavour to maintain and resource the most active specifiers responsible for making purchasing decisions within the building industry. ABC+D generates high quality responses and readers have the option of responding through a variety of convenient and time saving ways, including the more traditional postal and fax response service as well as offering readers the opportunity of going online to respond using our ezine service
- ABC+D Magazine Koru Media Ltd Sugarbrook Court Aston Road Bromsgrove Worcestershire B60 3EX UK
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Tom Edmonds, sales manager Northern Europe at Autodesk, discusses Building Information Modelling and the rise of sustainability in architecture.
New legislation in healthcare places greater responsibility on those throughout the supply chain to ensure the safety of staff, visitors and patients – now and in the future. Altro’s new product development manager, Richard Peace, explains how the legislation impacts on flooring choices in healthcare environments.
Lead has been used in construction in one form or another for centuries thanks largely to its weather-tightness and durability; but more recently the Lead Sheet Association has carried out research into its key characteristics which challenge the perception that it is merely a heritage material and demonstrate that this old stalwart has an important role to play as a contemporary building material in today’s construction industry. Douglas Weston CBE, chief executive of the Lead Sheet ...
Recent developments in aluminium profile design, combined with high specification glazing, put the vertically sliding sash window in the frame for increasingly widespread use according to Stuart Braid, managing director of The Clearview Group…
There is widespread acceptance of the pressing need to conserve energy on all sites – both residential and commercial. But the Government looks set to miss a golden opportunity to alleviate the strain on our over-stretched energy network and counteract poor enforcement. Part L of the Building Regulations, implemented in October this year, looks as though it could miss the perfect chance to make real cuts. The barrier to progress appears to the preservation of old, outdated and outmoded ...