Construction News, Ltd. publishes two monthly newspapers covering the construction, design and engineering industries in San Antonio and Austin, Texas. News coverage for each of the publications focuses on local industry people, companies, trade associations and events. Each month, our combined circulation of 8,200 copies reaches a large percentage of construction-related companies and professionals in these metropolitan areas by targeted direct mail, rack locations (Austin and San Antonio), and a digital subscription program.

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Wilson Roofing, Austin, TX
On Aug. 7, Justin Waight made fishing history. The Wilson Roofing advisor and his competing team reeled in a nearly 14ft., 737-lb Blue Marlin – the largest Blue Marlin ever weighed in Port Aransas – at the Texas Legends Billfish Tournament!
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Wilson Roofing, Austin, TX
On Aug. 7, Justin Waight made fishing history. The Wilson Roofing advisor and his competing team reeled in a nearly 14ft., 737-lb Blue Marlin – the largest Blue Marlin ever weighed in Port Aransas – at the Texas Legends Billfish Tournament!

Big State Electric Ltd., Austin, TX
More than 60 percent of worker deaths and reported injuries have decreased nationwide since the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act was passed.
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Big State Electric Ltd., Austin, TX
More than 60 percent of worker deaths and reported injuries have decreased nationwide since the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act was passed.

Chioco Design LLC, Austin, TX
Chioco Design LLC is an award-winning architecture firm ranging from intimate, private residences to massive industrial adaptive reuse projects – and everything in between. Far from in-between, however, was the firm’s recent renovation and restoration of offices in South Austin’s oldest commercial building.
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Chioco Design LLC, Austin, TX
Chioco Design LLC is an award-winning architecture firm ranging from intimate, private residences to massive industrial adaptive reuse projects – and everything in between. Far from in-between, however, was the firm’s recent renovation and restoration of offices in South Austin’s oldest commercial building.
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