Laura Black
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Carol Stream, Ill. — April 24, 2018 — Specialty Publishing Media announces the launch of the new Constructech Tech Finder—a Web-only guide of consultants, apps, equipment, software, hardware, tools, and services, specifically for the construction space.

The Constructech Tech Finder has both basic and expanded listings, which give readers a look at each company, category, industry, product, targeted news, videos, award wins, partners, location, contributed articles, and so much more.

“This is a one-of-a-kind expansive directory to enable construction companies to uncover the tools, technology, and consultants they need,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director of Constructech magazine and president of Specialty Publishing Media. “It comes at a good time as the industry is facing a labor shortage and needs a social register to help it find the technology to fill in the gaps.”

The Constructech Tech Finder is searchable by company name or category and even enables readers to drill down further into subcategories—a first for the industry. Further, companies can research by commercial or residential, depending on their specific market focus.

“The new Tech Finder is an indispensable tool for any builder or contractor,” says Laura Black, editor of Constructech magazine. “It is a very easy way to sort through all the innovation that currently exists in the market—from equipment to software and everything in between.”

Companies can participate in a special introductory rate, which expires on May 31. Purchase a one-year listing for only $100 + $10 for each additional category (after the first selected).

To view the Constructech Tech Finder, visit, or companies can submit a full listing by visiting

About Constructech magazine and Constructech TV: Constructech magazine is where construction and technology converge. The publication influences construction professionals to unleash the business value of technology. Constructech TV is an educational video show that helps contractors and builders recognize how to leverage emerging solutions at the jobsite, within smart cities, and in the office.