The blue book of building and construction
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The Blue Book Building and Construction Network
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About The Blue Book
The company name is rooted in the fact that for over years they have published numerous regional buyers guides listing commercial construction companies, largely subcontractors and suppliers. Later expansion in the New York and New England markets took place. The Blue Book spread to the west coast by and the hard cover edition was permanently retired in The prior content of the hard bound book was transitioned online and referred to as The Blue Book Network. The web-based buyer's guide contains critical information on architects, contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, vendors, and other companies relevant to the commercial bidding and build process. In , the company extended its focus to include bid messaging and private project reporting. The BB-Bid software allowed a user to upload a construction project onto the site and message the bid to the subcontracting and supplier community, regardless of their presence in the paid print directory.