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ABC’s Construction Executive Magazine Launches Annual Photo Contest

By May 9, 2024May 13th, 2024No Comments

Construction Executive, Associated Builders and Contractors’ award-winning magazine, today announced the details of its annual photo contest.

Open to all photographers—individuals and firms, amateurs and professionals alike—the contest seeks the most captivating construction snapshots: dynamic, well-composed and visually appealing images that showcase the essence of U.S. construction projects and teams. The contest is open for submissions until Sept. 6. Winners will be published as part of the cover story in CE’s December 2024 print edition as well as in an exclusive online gallery. The grand prize winner will receive a $500 gift card.

“This year’s contest is back and bigger than ever, with a new-and-improved submission platform, an extended entry period and enhanced promotion of the winners,” said Christopher Durso, editor-in-chief of CE. “The CE Photo Contest is an opportunity for the magazine for the business of construction to amplify the impressive work done by the construction industry day in and day out. Our mission—to elevate the profile of the entire construction marketplace—comes to life in the sensational images we receive each year. We invite all construction enthusiasts to hit us with their best shots!”

Emery Sapp & Sons is the 2024 CE Photo Contest sponsor. Founded in 1972, Emery Sapp & Sons is a 100% employee-owned heavy civil construction company serving the Midwest and beyond. Learn more at

About CE: Published nine times a year, CE reaches nearly 50,000 commercial, industrial and institutional contractors and construction-related business owners and has won more than 20 editorial awards. Each issue includes departments focused on safety, workforce development, technology, project management and more, along with feature articles that address industry trends, spotlight innovative and interesting projects and offer insightful forecasting. Launched in 2003, CE also produces the CE This Week newsletter as well as a website,, that is regularly updated with original content and professional education webinars.

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