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American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Masterlist Book Buyers and Prospects (AASHTO)
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Civil and transportation engineers who purchase essential books and other technical publications from AASHTO. 85,895 $150/M
American Institute of Architects
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Members of the American Institute of Architects; sole practitioners, employees of large firms, government employees, and corporate architects. 44,907 $135/M
American Painting Contractor
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Recipients of a magazine that serves the manufacturers of coating, adhesives, sealants, ink and resin, raw material, equipment, services, suppliers, etc. 42,503 $150/M
American Planning Association
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APA members and subscribers are individuals and organizations interested in the planning profession. 32,000 $105/M
American Society of Home Inspectors, Inc.
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Members of the American Society of Home Inspectors, Inc. 16,472 $175/M
American Waste Digest Subscribers List
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Subscribers to American Waste Digest: manufacturers, industries, suppliers, dealers, owners and operators in the waste business. 38,345 $150/M
Apartment Finance Today
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Subscribers to a magazine for buyers of financial services and other big-ticket items in quantity. 15,024 $150/M
Arbor Age
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Subscribers to a publication for arboricultural professionals; provides editorial content covering the varied interests of the urban tree industry. 16,232 $150/M
Architectural Record A Publication of the McGraw Hill Companies
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Essential to the profession for more than 110 years, Architectural Record provides a compelling editorial mix of design ideas and trends, building science, business and professional strategies, exploration of key issues, news products, and computer aided practice. Architectural Record is the number one magazine of choice among professional architects. Here is where marketers can reach registered architects who are not AIA members, as well as owners, engineers, consultants, and facility managers. Stimulating and relevant, the editorial covers all building types and aspects of architectural practice. The magazine is so essential to professional development that reading Architectural Record earns architects required continuing education units. 66% Responsible for the firm's technology purchases. 89% Access the internet at work Architects are the ultimate specifiers- the clearest pathway for a product to get installed in a building is for the architect to design it into the specs. Architectural Record subscribers spec products and materials for both buildings and their interiors throughout all construction sectors for a variety of project types in both new construction and renovation. Advertiser satisfaction is high-the number one choice of advertisers. Architectural Record has a dominant share of market: more advertising pages, more exclusive advertisers, and more editorial pages than any other publication. 79,229 $150/M
ASME Master Database
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Mechanical engineers in all technical fields including, design, manufacturing, bioengineering, heat transfer, fluids, energy resources, computers, energy conservation, electronic packaging, pressure vessels, piping, etc. 97% male, 3% female. 196,747 $145/M
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