NEW YORK, NY, January 16, 2008 — Engineering News-Record, a leading construction industry publication, has named National Equipment Register President David Shillingford as one of “The Top 25 Newsmakers of 2007.”
Considered by many to be the bible of the construction industry, Engineering News-Record (ENR) is published by McGraw-Hill. Subscribers include more than 70,000 contractors, project owners, engineers, architects, government regulators, and industry suppliers. Each year, the editors of ENR choose 25 leaders in the construction industry for innovations and achievements that were featured in the publication that calendar year. The newsmakers will be honored at lunch and dinner events on April 3, 2008, at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City.
According to ENR, “Many people, in many ways, serve the best interests of the construction industry. The editors of ENR have chosen the following individuals for innovations and achievements featured in the magazine in 2007.”
“It is a great honor, but one that must be shared with those who have made NER possible: the insurers, equipment owners, and manufacturers who have supported our efforts; the police officers who investigate equipment crimes; ISO for funding the enterprise; and last — but by no means least — the skilled and dedicated staff of NER,” noted Mr. Shillingford.
A full list of newsmakers and their achievements can be found at:
The mission of National Equipment Register, Inc. (NER) is to increase the recovery rate of stolen equipment and reduce the costs associated with theft for owners and insurers. NER combines systems, staff, and procedures to provide secure and accurate information services to law enforcement, insurers, equipment owners, and the equipment industry. Operations revolve around its databases of stolen equipment and equipment ownership, NER operators and training and awareness programs. For more information, please contact NER at 212-297-1805 or by e-mail at email@example.com. You can also visit their website at www.nerusa.com.
A leading source of information about risk, ISO provides data, analytics, and decision-support services to professionals in many fields, including insurance, finance, real estate, health services, government, human resources, and risk management. Using advanced technologies to collect, analyze, develop, and deliver information, ISO helps customers evaluate and manage risk. The company draws on vast expertise in actuarial science, insurance coverages, fire protection, fraud prevention, catastrophe and weather risk, predictive modeling, data management, economic forecasting, social and technological trends, and many other fields. To meet the needs of diverse clients, ISO employs an experienced staff of business and technical specialists, analysts, and certified professionals. In the United States and around the world, ISO helps customers protect people, property, and financial assets.
Director of Marketing (NER)