The Best Construction Podcast of 2018

SHANE HEDMOND | June 12, 2018

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Construction Junkie's 4th Annual Best Construction Podcast Competition has officially come to an end and the results have been tallied.  It was a very exciting competition this year, with several very strong competitors pulling in tons of votes. The 2018 contest was our biggest year yet, as the field of nominees jumped from 4 last year to 10 this year.  The increase in nominees and each podcast's strong push for votes allowed us to break records for the vote count.

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