Built environment professionals, innovators and global influencers will reconvene in Shenzhen, China for the RICS World Built Environment Forum Summit 2020.
As editor-in-chief, Janice L. Tuchman leads the editorial team creating content for the Engineering News-Record enterprise—online, in print and at live events.
She is active in many construction organizations and has developed a broad network of industry sources, who help keep ENR on top of the latest trends and innovations. She has traveled the world to visit outstanding projects and speak to groups and universities.
Tuchman serves on the Industry Leaders Council of the American Society of Civil Engineers, and she is a member of the National Academy of Construction and the heavy industry honorary, The Moles. She is on the board of the nonprofit Bridges to Prosperity, which works to alleviate global poverty caused by rural isolation by building pedestrian bridges across raging rivers. She recently joined the Board of Advisors of the Center for Buildings, Infrastructure and Public Spaces at Columbia University.
Last year, she won the G.D. Crain Award for Distinguished Editorial Career, presented by a business information group Connectiv. In 2014, she won both the Beaver's "Service & Supply" Award for outstanding achievement in heavy engineering construction and the Carroll H. Dunn Award from the Construction Industry Institute for "outstanding contributions to improving the cost effectiveness of the United States construction industry." She earned bachelor's and master's degrees in journalism from the University of Colorado in Boulder.