CFMA Building Profits is the premier source of information on all aspects of financial management unique to the construction industry:

  • Accounting & Reporting
  • Benchmarking
  • Cash Management
  • Information Technology
  • Job Costing
  • Leadership & Human Resources
  • Legal & Legislative Issues
  • Risk Management
  • Safety & Loss Prevention
  • Surety & Bonding
  • Taxation

CFMA is regarded worldwide as the source for construction financial excellence. CFMA Building Profits enjoys that same kind of trust and respect – that’s why, year after year, it’s the first place CFMA members look for the last word in construction financial management.

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Bimonthly print distribution plus bonus distribution
at select industry conferences

Marj Weber, CCIFP
Irontree Construction, Inc.

 “Absolutely the best construction industry publication! I receive several others and none of them are of the high quality that is CFMA Building Profits. This magazine is worth the price of the membership itself. It is the perfect companion to the education and conference offerings.”

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AWARDS FOR PUBLICATION EXCELLENCE

RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE IN PUBLICATIONS WORK BY PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATORS
2001-11; 2013-14; 2016-19

THE COMMUNICATOR AWARD

(COMBINED AWARDS OF DISTINCTION AND EXCELLENCE)
2002-06; 2009-15; 2017-19

TABPI TABBIE AWARDS

2017: FRAUD DETECTION & PREVENTION: BIG DATA CAN HELP PROTECT ASSETS
(NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016)

TABPI TABBIE AWARDS

2018: THERE WILL BE NO CASSEROLES TONIGHT: FOOD FOR THOUGHT ON ADDRESSING MENTAL ILLNESS & SUICIDE 
(MARCH/APRIL 2017)

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About CFMA Building Profits Readers:

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Members who read CFMA Building Profits

99%
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Rate CFMA Building Profits as meeting or exceeding their expectations

98%
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Retain issue for six months or longer

77%
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Share with colleagues

50%

Print Ad Specifications

MECHANICAL REQUIREMENTS
Trim Size: 8.375″ x 10.875″
Bleed Size: 8.875″ x 11.375″
Live Image Area: 7.625″ x 10.125″

All ads containing bleed should have a document size equal to the bleed/trim size. Bleed should be extended 0.25″ from the trim on all sides. Crop marks (registration centered) should appear on the ad. Gutter safety: Keep important illustrations or type within a 7.375″ x 9.75″ live image area. Live copy must not be less than 0.375″ from trim size.

FULL PAGE
Ad Size:
BLEED
8.875″ x 11.375″
NON-BLEED
7.625″ x 10.125″

DOUBLE-PAGE SPREAD
Ad Size:
BLEED
17.25″ x 11.375″
NON-BLEED
16.00″ x 10.125″

1/2-PAGE SPREAD
Ad Size:
BLEED
17.25″ x 5.4375″
NON-BLEED
16.00″ x 4.625″

1/2-PAGE
Ad Size:
VERTICAL
3.75″ x 9.5″
HORIZONTAL
7.25″ x 4.625″

1/3-PAGE
Ad Size:
SQUARE
4.5″ x 4.5″
VERTICAL
2.25″ x 9.5″

Publisher’s Protective Clause
The publisher reserves the right to reject ad copy, images, and/or content deemed inappropriate according to CFMA’s advertising policies and standards. All advertising should have a design different from CFMA Building Profits articles, at least in typeface and layout. CFMA’s decisions on advertising will be final. Advertisers and agencies assume liability for all content of advertisements and for any claims arising thereof against the publisher.

Artwork Requirements
CFMA Building Profits prints four-color process (CMYK) on a sheetfed offset press. CFMA is not responsible for ads that do not print correctly due to improper or nonstandard file creation, or that are not submitted per the following requirements: All files must be submitted as high-resolution, press-ready PDFs with all fonts and images embedded. All text must be within at least 0.25″ inside the trim edge.

Extra Charges
A $75 per hour charge will be assessed to correct materials that do not meet the digital file requirements.
Naylor charges a $50 artwork surcharge for artwork creation or changes. This additional fee will appear on your final invoice if the artwork submitted
is not publishing ready.

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Advertiser indemnifies Naylor, LLC and CFMA against losses or liabilities arising from this advertising. Naylor, LLC assumes no liability whatsoever, except to the extent of a one-time paid advertisement of the same specification, in the next or similar publication, if any proven or admitted errors, or omissions have occurred. Payment is due upon receipt of the invoice. Interest shall be charged at 2% per month compounded to yield 26.82% per year on overdue accounts. Revisions to previously submitted ad copy are subject to additional charges. A charge of $30 will be levied for returned checks. In the event of a contract cancellation, the advertiser or agency agrees to repay Naylor, LLC any discounts granted for multiple insertions less any discount applicable for the number of insertions completed in the contract. All cancellations must be received in writing prior to the ad space confirmation deadline. All premium positions (outside back cover, inside front cover, opposite table of contents) are non-cancelable. Prices are net of agency commission. Ads may also appear in an online version of the publication(s).