Marla McIntyre

Marla McIntyre is editor of Construction Executive Tech Trends and Construction Executive Risk Management enewsletters. Tech Trends was named a Silver Award winner of the Trade Association Business Publications International's Tabbies for best enewsletter in 2016. Marla spent her career educating contractors, subcontractors, bankers, public and private owners, legislators, educators, insurers, and attorneys on construction and contract surety bonding issues. She’s the author of more than 100 articles, including an award-winning series for the Risk Management Association, and has written books, directories, informational brochures and reports. Her extensive construction and risk management background includes stints as executive director the American Subcontractors Association of Metro Washington and the Surety Information Office. She also worked for Associated General Contractors of America, National Conference of States on Building Codes & Standards, Association of Major City Building Officials, and National Concrete Masonry Association. She served on the boards of the Construction Writers Association and American Council for Construction Education and was active in the Construction Owners Association of America.

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