Wednesday, February 21, 2024

For over 30 years, NI Builder (formerly Northern Builder) has been committed to bringing our readers the latest news on the companies, projects, products and services that matter within the construction industry in Northern Ireland.

Our unrivalled experience has allowed us to develop a highly successful bi-monthly magazine, a dedicated website and a home-grown trade event, BUILDEX, which is attended by every facet of the industry.

The diverse and varied nature of the construction industry is reflected in our readership, with our articles providing something for those working on-site through to the office-based personnel designing and managing the latest residential and commercial projects.

As well as bringing you expert industry comment and insights, we specialise in project profiles, technical trends, industry news, corporate events and, of course, company and product profiles.

So whether it is online, in print, or at our trade event, NI Builder continues to be the place to go for the latest from Northern Ireland’s construction industry.

Issue 34-6 Dec-Jan

Digital Advertising

Based on over 25 years of success, this website along with our social media platforms provide readers with 24/7 access to the latest information for building professionals. To complement this, we have developed a range of digital options for the web, social media and e-mail marketing which will cater for different budgets and requirements. These include:

  • Promoted content
  • Display advertising
  • Digital directory
  • Industry jobs
Magazine Advertising

Our focus on the Northern Ireland construction industry makes NI Builder the ideal medium for companies wishing to reach trade customers in this specialist sector.

Our bi-monthly publication is distributed free, on a controlled circulation of 5,000 copies to named individuals including building contractors, sub-contractors, builders’ merchants and suppliers, architects, chartered and quantity surveyors, consultants, manufacturers, professional bodies, training centres and the Public Sector.