CFMA Building Profits Publishing Awards

CFMA Building Profits is proud to have been recognized with 19 APEX Awards, 32 Communicator Awards, and 3 Tabbie Awards for its in-depth coverage and presentation of content critical to the success of construction financial professionals.

From expanding your company’s value through mergers and acquisitions (M&As) to assuring the smooth continuation of your company’s ecosystem, the May/June issue will help you approach the changing landscape with a fresh outlook.
From why COVID-19 supports more strategic thinking to an in-depth look at how you can establish an operational model to support prefabrication and modular construction, this issue will help you explore the changing view of construction and approach the changing landscape with a new outlook.
This four-part series focuses on the leadership matters, diversification, importance of training, and assembly of a future-focused board that supports your company in any economic environment.
This three-part series can help you identify your high-potential employees and build a transparent program for them to succeed, thus turning them into the future leaders of the construction industry.
Discover ways you can reevaluate company strategies and reinvigorate your people, processes, and date – from learning how to incorporate process improvement to developing high-potential employees.
The March/April issue of CFMA Building Profits explores forward-looking techniques to strengthen your workforce and maximize your human capital, from sustainability efforts and health care data to improving employee relationships and stamping out the stigma of mental illness.
The May/June 2016 Communication Challenges & Solutions issue zeroes in on everyday industry challenges where collaboration, due diligence, and communication are key.
The May/June 2015 issue provides construction financial professionals the tools and techniques to help recruit, manage, and retain their most valuable asset: people. Topics include human capital risk management, controlling workers’ comp costs, hiring and firing, key results area job descriptions, and more.
Highlights of the January/February 2014 issue include theft equipment best practices, the building blocks of treasury management, workers’ comp metrics, and a guide to drafting sensible subcontracts.
This issue contains informative articles on bankers and sureties, building green, zero injury culture, and more.
Guard against the risks and learn the benefits of supply chains, surety and banking in a slow economy, green building standards, joint venture strategies, and alternate project delivery methods.