Reed Construction Data moves forward as Cordell Information
Reed Construction Data – Australia’s premier provider of construction
information for the past 41 years – is changing its name to Cordell
Information. The name change to Cordell Information took effect from
The Cordell name is a “household” word within the construction industry
so after seven years known as Reed Construction Data it has been decided
to reflect this rich history with the new brand - Cordell Information.
In addition, the Reed Information Services tender notification division will be brought under the new Cordell Information brand.
The move won’t alter the structure or personnel of the company, which
will continue to provide innovative information solutions and services
to its customers, who include major construction firms, developers,
subcontractors, architects, and manufacturers and distributors of
Cordell Information remains part of Reed Business Information Pty Ltd,
which is a wholly owned division of Reed Elsevier which is the world’s
leading provider of professional information solutions in the science,
legal, business, medical and construction sectors.
The name change to Cordell Information has been timed to coincide with
the release of upgraded versions of two of Cordell Information’s
flagship products - Cordell Connect and Cordell Estimator.
“This is not a case of going back to the old Cordell brand but moving
into the future with a new vibrant brand that represents where we are as
a business today but respects and recognizes the rich history of
The name change will not affect our management, operations or our strong
commitment to our clients, suppliers and partners. This commitment is –
and will remain – the cornerstone of the service we provide” said Chief
Executive Officer, Rob Wild.
Cordell has been providing information on construction projects and
construction costs to its Australian customers since 1969 and more
recently tender notification for all industries. Cordell Information
helps their customers pinpoint profitable business opportunities – where
and when they are needed.
Read about Cordell Information's exciting change in the Australian National Construction Review October 2010 Special Focus report
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