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Marine Construction Magazine is a digital, bimonthly magazine that covers every aspect of the marine construction industry – technology and equipment, projects and people, trends and projections, history and the future. Our readers span the globe and include professionals in all sectors of marine construction and related industries.
We have multiple ways for you to reach those readers:
- Marine Construction Magazine;
- Our bimonthly newsletter emailed directly to by-request subscribers;
- Our website, Co-Sponsored eBlasts, and Webinars as well.
The final way for you to reach our audience two times bi-monthly is our informative e-Newsletter will offer our reader articles featuring new innovations and tips on safety, services, materials, equipment, featured projects, and much more. MCM is bringing our advertisers more industry information delivered to the right marine industry leaders nation-wide, digitally, just as it has been for 35+ years.
There is limited availability for each e-Newsletter, though your ad will be featured in both monthly issues for the months you are signed up as an advertiser.
Get your message in front of the people who read our publications and website for the news they need to succeed in a rapidly changing world!
To advertise contact our advertising department or fill out the form below.
Breakout of Readers by Category
Marine Construction: 20%
Heavy Construction: 15%
Underwater Construction: 7%
Pile Drivers: 7%
2022 Editorial Topics
The information you need to succeed in a changing world. The following topics reflect the content in Marine Construction Magazine throughout the year, and are not tied to specific issues:
THE BASICS – PILE DRIVING, BARGES & CRANES
Trends, technology and safety for the fundamental equipment in marine construction.
DOCKS, MARINAS & HARBORS
Locations, materials and amenities for commercial and pleasure boats and their owners.
MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT OF MARINE STRUCTURES
Techniques, materials, regulations and tips from the experts.
PORTS – THE FUTURE OF CARGO & INFRASTRUCTURE
Ships are larger, ports are growing to handle them, and efficiency is more important than ever.
WORK BOATS – BARGE TOWING, TUGS AND WHAT THEY NEED
The infrastructure and gear to handle the work boats that keep the marine industry going.
CLIMATE AND WEATHER – HOW TO BUILD INFRASTRUCTURE THAT LASTS
Summer hurricanes, winter storms. How to build marine installations that can stand up to them.
THE NEW BUSINESS MODEL – HOW TO WIN BIDS AND MAKE A PROFIT
How to succeed in a world of supply-chain disruptions, price instability and quick turn-arounds.
THE MARINE CONSTRUCTION MAGAZINE CONVERSATION
Interviews with the most interesting and influential people in marine construction.
2022 Magazine Ad Deadlines
Issue VI: Friday, Nov.13th 2021
Issue I: Friday, Jan. 15th
Issue II: Tuesday, March 15th
Issue III: Monday, May 16th
Issue IV: Friday, July 15th
Issue V: Thursday, Sept. 15th
Issue VI: Friday, Nov. 11th 2021
Issue VI: Tuesday, Nov.17th 2021
Issue I: Thursday, Jan. 20th
Issue II: Tuesday, March 22nd
Issue III: Friday, May 20th
Issue IV: Tuesday, July 22nd
Issue V: Tuesday, Sept. 20th
Issue VI: Tuesday, Nov.15th
2022 Newsletter Topics
2022 eNewsletter Ad Deadlines
January: Friday, December 12th
March:. Friday, February 18th
May: Tuesday, April 19th
July: Friday, June 17th
September: Friday, August 19th
November: Friday, October 14th.
January: Monday, December 15th
March: Tuesday, February 22nd
May: Friday, April 22nd
July: Tuesday, June 21st
September: Tuesday, August 23rd
November: Tuesday, October 18th
Digital Edition and MCMag Website Specifications
Digital Edition Details
Digital Edition Size: 8.5” x 11”
Full Page with bleed: 8.75” x 11.25”
Full Page no bleed: 7.5” x 10”
2/3rd Page: 7.5” x 6.75”
Half Page (H): 7.5” x 4.875”
Half Page (V): 3.625” x 10”
Quarter Page: 3.625” x 4.875”
*Keep all live material .125” from trim
Note: Prepare Two Page Spread as two separate pages making sure to line up the images horizontally and include an additional bleed of .125” on all sides of each page.
File Format: Press-ready PDF only. All images in 300 dpi, all colors converted to RGB for digital magazine.
Native Files: Include all fonts and all linked digital images (either PDF or PSD) setup for RGB color.
Photoshop Documents: Should be at a minimum resolution of 300 dpi and sent flattened as a PDF.