CAMBRIDGE, Mass., July 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- GCP Applied Technologies (NYSE:GCP), a leading global provider of construction products technologies, is pleased to announce that it has been named to Constructech Magazine’s 2018 Constructech 50, a listing of the most influential construction technology providers.  The premier ranking recognizes leading technology companies serving both the residential and commercial construction markets that are driving innovation in the industry.

“We are always inspired when we see a company that understands the IoT will change the way construction works and is applying it to help increase greater visibility,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director, Constructech magazine, and president of Specialty Publishing Media. “GCP Applied Technologies gets it, and is changing the playing field as we know it.”

The magazine’s editorial team determines the Constructech 50 list, evaluating companies on a variety of criteria. The editors underwent a rigorous judging process, which involved research, ongoing conversations with members of the Constructech editorial advisory board and conversations with customers. 

“We are honored to be recognized as a top provider of technology solutions to the construction industry,” said Susan Dalton, Vice President, Smart Technology and IoT at GCP.  “GCP’s inclusion in the Constructech 50 reflects our commitment to and continued expansion of our VERIFI® technology with new break-through products and systems.”

The Summer 2018 issue of Constructech magazine featuring the 2018 Constructech 50 is available now or check out the Web publication by visiting

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About GCP Applied Technologies

GCP is a leading global provider of construction products technologies that include additives for cement and concrete, the VERIFI® in-transit concrete management system, high-performance waterproofing products, and specialty systems. GCP products have been used to build some of the world’s most renowned structures. More information is available at

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