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Pro Remodeler Wins Two Prestigious Jesse H. Neal Awards


Pro Remodeler Wins Two Prestigious Jesse H. Neal Awards

The editorial team was honored with one of B2B journalism's most prestigious awards in the categories of Best Subject-Related Package and Best Range of Work by a Single Author

April 30, 2024
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SGC Horizon publications Pro Remodeler and Building Design+Construction took home three wins total. Pro Remodeler's Director of Content Erika Mosse (left), Managing Editor Caroline Broderick (center), and BD+C Editor John Caulfield (right) accepted the awards on April 26.

Pro Remodeler, a distinguished voice in the remodeling industry, proudly accepted two prestigious Jesse H. Neal Awards from the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA). The awards ceremony, held on Friday, April 26, 2024, in New York City, celebrated excellence in B2B journalism.

At the heart of Pro Remodeler's success lies its commitment to addressing crucial industry issues with depth, insight, and innovation. The publication's multimedia package on mental health in construction, “You Need to Talk About It,” featured in the July/August 2023 issue and digitally in an interactive format, emerged as the winner of the Best Subject-Related Package in its category. 

This comprehensive exploration, written by Managing Editor Caroline Broderick and brought to life through the design of Robin McCartney and Jazmin Santucci, alongside the technical expertise of web developer William Beeler and video filming and editor oversight by Director of Content Erika Mosse, stood out for its exceptional blend of empathy, expertise, and multimedia storytelling.

The recognition of Pro Remodeler's work in mental health awareness underscores the brand's dedication to addressing vital issues within the industry. Through insightful journalism, creative design, and engaging multimedia, Pro Remodeler continues to lead the conversation on critical topics impacting remodeling professionals nationwide.

In addition to the accolades for its outstanding content, Pro Remodeler celebrates the individual achievement of Managing Editor Caroline Broderick, who was honored with the Best Range of Work by a Single Author award in their category. Broderick's insightful and engaging contributions have consistently enriched Pro Remodeler's editorial offerings, demonstrating a breadth of expertise and a dedication to excellence that resonates with readers.

Pro Remodeler's success at the Jesse H. Neal Awards reaffirms its position as a trusted source of industry insights and underscores its unwavering dedication to journalistic excellence. As the brand continues to innovate and push boundaries, it remains committed to serving as a beacon of knowledge and inspiration for professionals in the remodeling community.


Pro Remodeler's sister publication Building Design+Construction also won in its category for Best Subject-Related Package. The brand's co-led Women in Residential+Commercial Construction Conference, also hosted by Pro Builder, garnered a finalist honor in the New Product category.



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