LAS VEGAS –
Greenspun Media Group (GMG) unveils its latest publication,
Construction Las Vegas. The large-format, glossy magazine is Southern Nevada’s go-to source for updates and new projects in the construction industry.
Powered by GMG’s award-winning news team,
Construction Las Vegas is the new voice in the local construction industry by profiling the region’s esteemed leaders; updating readers on associations affiliated with the business; showcasing high-quality images of projects, architecture and interior
design; and much more. Reoccurring sections include spotlights of the area’s impressive designs in “Commercial Buildings,” outlines of local trade associations and their upcoming events in “Association Profiles” and quick industry updates in “Briefings.”
The publication is led by Publisher Travis Keys and Editor of Special Publications Craig Peterson.
“The construction industry in Southern Nevada is flourishing,” said Keys. “We thought it would be fitting to highlight as well as celebrate those who make up such
a vital foundation of our local economy.”
Construction Las Vegas will be published quarterly with 10,000 copies distributed to developers, general
contractors, subcontractors and suppliers. The inaugural issue can be viewed
here and features some of the city’s most recent, inspiring projects including The Cromwell Las Vegas, Cowabunga Bay Water Park, The Linq Las Vegas, Tesla Motors, Inc. and more.
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About Greenspun Media Group
Greenspun Media Group (GMG) is managed by The Greenspun Corporation, which is based in Henderson, Nevada. For more than 60 years, GMG has been publishing in Nevada. GMG publishes the Pulitzer Prize winning
Las Vegas Sun newspaper, Las Vegas Weekly, Las Vegas Magazine,
Vegas Inc, VEGAS2GO, The Sunday and its latest quarterly product
Construction Las Vegas. The company produces four local websites, LasVegasSun.com, LasVegasWeekly.com, VegasInc.com and LasVegasMagazine.com. GMG is owned by Brain Greenspun, who also owns Sun Media Productions.
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