This year’s Walls & Ceilings Convention Companion lists an expanding roster of trade shows serving our industry. As usual, each of these shows will present its own unique display of exhibitions, seminars, workshops and award ceremonies. Whether you are looking for the latest in products, technology, construction code updates, or education and training, each event offers plenty of value, networking and even some entertainment.
Whether we have magazines under our arms walking the trade show floor or a registered booth, look for Walls & Ceilings at these shows in the next 12 months.
March 25-30, Mandalay Bay Resort, Las Vegas
Join colleagues March 25-30 in Las Vegas for AWCI’s Convention & INTEX Expo, where attendees will find that the education sessions are as informative as they are challenging.
New this year is a Solutions Showcase in the trade show on Thursday, March 30, and a Wellness Lounge with massage stations, a water and juice bar, adult coloring books and more to help you relax during your time in the exhibit hall (see page 18). And the “official” AWCI/INTEX Expo hangout is the Eye Candy Lounge in the middle of the casino. Eye Candy is open from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. daily and is a great place to catch up with others from our group.oin colleagues March 25-30 in Las Vegas for AWCI’s Convention & INTEX Expo, where attendees will find that the education sessions are as informative as they are challenging.
On March 27, the convention kicks off with several meetings of the Construction Technology Council and Committee Meetings. These last from the morning until the late afternoon. Following the meetings and forums, that evening is the AWCI Dinner for Past Presidents.
The following day, March 28, the event kicks off with the various EIMA sessions and program (see separate entry) as well as the various AWCI and SFIA meetings. In the evening, join colleagues and friends at the President's Welcome Reception.
This year offers loads of different and varying seminars for attendees:
March 29: 7:30 a.m.-9 a.m.
- Speed Bumps on the Critical Path: Best Practices for Delay Claim Preparation, Defense and Avoidance
- The ABCs of Lathing & Plastering: Focus on the Fundamentals
- Don’t Let Your Wall Designs Go Up in Smoke! A Look at CFS Framed Wall Limiting Heights while Integrating Fire-Resistant Performance Requirements
March 30: 8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.
- Land Mines and Gold Mines in Specifications, Codes and Engineering Requirements
- Virtual and Augmented Reality to Reality
The learning continues thanks to the optional education sessions offered in the form of AWCI’s Doing It Right programs for the exterior envelope, gypsum and stucco on March 30.
The official headquarters hotel and exclusive location for AWCI’s Convention & INTEX Expo is Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, located on the south side of the Strip.
For information, call (703) 538-1600 or visit awci.org/convention.
March 26-30, Mandalay Bay Resort, Las Vegas
Attendees at the annual convention will have the opportunity to network in a social environment in Las Vegas this year.
CISCA promotes and supports the industry by providing a network of opportunities with industry leaders through education and a forum to allow the industry to interact, evolve and prosper.
Construction Excellence Award winners will be showcased throughout the year. The awards will be presented at the Keynote Dinner on March 27.
Schedule of Events
- Registration/Information Desk
- Pre-Conference Reception/Mixer
- CISCA Shot Gun Golf Outing
- Off Site Tour Red Rocks Canyon
- Specialty Manufacturers’ Rep and Contractor Welcome Reception
- Manufacturer Rep Sales Meetings
- Past Presidents Meeting
- Technology Educational Sessions
- Annual Distributors Meeting
- Educational Sessions
- CISCA Awards Celebration and Dinner
- Wall and Panel Committee Meeting
- Small Manufacturers Meeting
- 2017 Economic Forecast & Breakfast
- Independent Manufacturers Rep Meeting
- INTEX Expo tradeshow
- Farewell Reception
- Board of Directors Meeting
- INTEX Expo
For additional information on the CISCA convention, visit cisca.org or call (630) 584-1919.
EIMA Annual Meeting
March 27-29, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas
The EIFS’ industry’s official show returns to the AWCI/CISCA circuit this year, joining the industry March 27-28 in Las Vegas.
Like last year’s highly successful meeting in Orlando, an extra day is added to the meeting to accommodate all the programs and activities that are lined up.
The association has decided that the overall theme for this meeting is one that we know you will want to identify with: “Be a Hero.” Over the three days of the EIMA annual meeting, EIMA will have scheduled contractor-focused programs and events in which one can learn value-added techniques and ideas to take back to your firms.
The meetings will be a non-stop cavalcade of events in which attendees can position themselves to be a hero. The program is structured to encourage interaction between all who attend and includes events that span the spectrum from those that are educational and entertaining to those that are recreational.
The annual Duncan Crowther Golf Tournament will be a major part of the meeting. For non-golfers, you will have free time to explore or revisit the famed Las Vegas Strip.
Key agenda topics include how to pick portable EIFS projects, how EIFS applicators can better position themselves in the marketplace, how to obtain insurance coverage for existing EIFS projects, and of course, the latest goings-on in the technical and advocacy arenas. The EIFS Contractors Committee Breakfast will be a forum in which productive discussions take place on a wide range of issues.
Schedule of Events
- 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Board of Directors Meeting and Luncheon*
- 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. Opening General Session “Be a Hero – Choose Only Profitable Work” Presented by Thomas C. Schleifer, Ph.D.
- 3:30 – 3:45 p.m. Refreshment Break / Networking - EIMA Lounge
- 3:45 – 4:30 p.m. EIFS Insurance Forum
- 4:30 – 5:15 p.m. Pros and Cons of Third Party Inspection
- 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. “March Madness” Cocktail Reception
- 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Associate Members Dinner* (*by invitation only)
- 7:45 – 9:45 a.m. Contractors Forum and Contractors Committee Meeting – Breakfast* “Attributes of a Good EIFS Applicator,” Presented and Moderated by Dave Neff, Manning Materials
- 8:00 – 10:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast / Networking - EIMA Lounge
- 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. Subcontractor Bid Listing
- 12:00 p.m. Bus Departs for Golf Tournament
- 1:00 p.m. Shotgun Start Annual Duncan Crowther Memorial Golf Tournament
- 5:00 p.m. 19th Hole Reception and Awards Ceremony
- 5:30 p.m. Bus Returns to Mandalay Bay
*Free to AWCI Contractor Members, advance registration is required.
8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Closing General Session
For more information, visit eima.com.
March 29-30, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas
Expect a great time to be had professionally and leisurely at this year’s INTEX Expo, returning again to Las Vegas. The unofficial convention capital Las Vegas has more of its share of clear skies, casinos, shows, restaurants, golf and other activities for the adults and the kids.
The INTEX Expo, which is managed by AWCI and co-sponsored by CISCA, continues to be the largest wall and ceiling trade show (and gathering) in the industry. More than 140 exhibitors in more than 270 booths are eager to share their latest innovations with their key buyers.
Exhibitors will be on hand to offer new technologies, products and tools to enhance your productivity and strategies to give you the competitive edge in your market. Meet with the manufacturers face-to-face to discuss their new product lines and company events.
This annual event is held in conjunction with AWCI and CISCA’s respective programs, events and seminars. The whole week, several committee meetings take place, as well.
Visit intexconstructionexpo.com for a complete list of exhibitors and more information.
Visit Walls & Ceilings’ at booth #1110 and meet our staff.
AIA National Convention and Design Exposition
April 26-29, ORLANDO, FLA.
This year’s annual exposition has more than 170,000 square feet of booths, galleries, and lounges. Nearly 800 exhibiting companies representing software and technology, energy efficiency, building systems, finishes, lighting, stone and tile, restoration and more. The materials and technologies of tomorrow featured in specialty product pavilions today.
AIA Convention 2017 is one of the largest gatherings of architecture and design professionals in the world, and the expo floor is a hotspot of activity. It’s not just an exhibit hall—it’s also a temporary built environment packed with the first looks that will affect your practice into the future.
From New Urbanism to virtual reality, tiny homes, BIM, ADA, and (much) more, explore some of the hottest topics in architecture and design alongside industry leaders.
These featured sessions are a snapshot of our full schedule—500-plus power-packed workshops, seminars, tours, and expo credit sessions on the skills, projects, topics, and trends impacting the architecture and design industry.
Design team leaders from the National Museum of African American History and Culture will apply project takeaways applicable to the specific interests and needs of the AIA audience. These applicable lessons include:
Achieving the client’s vision of creating column-free space with no structural steel above grade by developing solutions including use of structural cores, cantilevered girders, and hung vertical trusses
Providing architectural, civil, structural, and environmental solutions for responsible management of the water table and the multiple methods explored to integrate the water table into a design where 60% of the structure - 5 levels - is built below ground within the DC tidal basin.
Managing multi-stakeholder input from the Smithsonian, federal and DC agencies, design review stakeholders, and public boards and citizen stakeholders in the District
Designing the most sustainable national museum ever built
This year’s keynote speakers are:
Award-winning architect Francis Kéré, Hon, FAIA, whose work focuses on using local materials and techniques in a modern way to redefine and redesign the environment. Discover his brand of community architecture and how he uses it as a platform for local expression and empowerment, and as a catalyst for social, economic, and ecological progress during our Day 1 keynote, Anticipate Need: Design That Cares.
What is the architect’s role in improving living conditions in cities around the world? Alejandro Aravena, who directed the 2016 Venice Biennale, has spent his career answering this question. Join us Day 1 for a powerful keynote—Anticipate Need: Design That Cares—where he’ll share his philosophy and why it’s important to bring the community into the process.
Can a new hospital in Haiti help end a cholera epidemic? Can a family services center revitalize Rust Belt cities? Join MASS Design Group co-founder Michael Murphy for his Day 1 keynote—Anticipate Need: Design That Cares—where he’ll question the end of architecture and explore groundbreaking projects that redefine plans, process, materials, and the function and purpose of architects.
Countless seminars and education sessions are all available at the institute’s website. For more information about this year’s show, visit aia.org.
May 4-6, Coeur d’Alene Resort, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
The 2017 Northwest Wall and Ceiling Industries Annual Convention and Trade Show will be held May 4-6 at the Coeur d’Alene Resort. The goal of this event is to help the attendees focus on elevating their businesses to a new level of efficiency, profitability - and fun.
The event features a trade show, educational sessions, industry meetings, social events, golf and other fun activities. Attendees gain access to the latest must-know information and can take advantage of many opportunities to connect with industry peers and partners at meetings or, more informally, at fun social events.
The unofficial kickoff of the event is the annual convention golf tournament, which takes place Thursday morning at the world-renown Coeur d’Alene Golf Course. The golf course features stunning water views and the challenge of the notorious floating green at the signature hole.
Later in the afternoon, the delegates gather for the opening session featuring a keynote speaker and the announcement of the 2017 Outstanding Project of the Year Awards celebrating the achievements of the wall and ceiling industry.
The opening keynote speaker is Scott Crabtree, Founder and Chief Happiness Officer at Happy Brain Science, who will share powerful strategies learned from game developers to help teams have more fun and deliver better results.
After breakfast in the exhibit hall on Friday, the educational programming resumes as Scott Crabtree delivers an in-depth seminar based on findings from cutting-edge neuroscience and psychology to boost productivity and happiness at work and to empower individuals and organizations.
Next, the seminar track continues with a program titled “Winning the Claim with Documentation that Tells a Story,” presented by James Yand, partner at Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP.
Friday’s educational lineup concludes with a seminar “Water Testing and Other Shenanigans for Stucco Assemblies” by Albert Carrillo, Manager, Western Wall & Ceiling Contractors Association. This program highlights the increasing performance demands of the stucco assembly and recent testing conducted to understand and prevent potential leaks in stucco assemblies.
Special caucus meetings for the various industry segments will be taking place Friday afternoon. The caucus meetings will be followed by the NWCB Annual Membership Meeting from 4-5 p.m.
A busy learning day will be capped off with a fun reception on cruise boats, which will transport the attendees to the Hagadone Event Center at the Coeur d’Alene Golf course for a memorable dinner party featuring casual dining, live musical entertainment and dancing.
Saturday morning starts out with a new program “Contractor Roundtable,” which will give wall and ceiling contractors a forum to discuss issues specific to their industry segment. The contractor event will be followed by a breakfast in the exhibit hall, giving attendees one last chance to visit with the exhibitors and win valuable prizes.
The educational component of the day starts with a session by Carrie Stuart Parks. In a session titled “Don’t Lie to Me! Learn to Spot the Signs of Deception,” the attendees learn to recognize behaviors that let them know when someone is not being completely honest and how to gain control over a situation.
The final seminar will be presented on Saturday by Darin Coats, Technical Advisor - City of Orange, Technical Services Information Bureau, Orange, Calif.; Ben Duterte, Technical Director, Wall and Ceiling Bureau, Pleasanton, Calif.; and Mike Nonn, Technical Advisor, Wall and Ceiling Bureau, Pleasanton, Calif. Their presentation is titled “Installation of Control Joints in Stucco Claddings. This group of technical experts has been testing numerous control-joint assembly mockups to determine the effectiveness of various installations. In this thought-provoking seminar, they will present their findings.
The event will close with a keynote by Troy McClain, CEO of McClain Companies, who is a business owner, speaker, consultant, philanthropist—and a onetime contestant on the show Apprentice. He will share with us the mindset and strategies that took him from poverty to profits and will inspire us to lead others to be the best they can be.
Location and Info
Coeur d’Alene, which is located 30 miles east of Spokane, is a 5 ½-hour scenic drive from Seattle over the Cascade Mountain Range, or easily accessible if you fly into Spokane, Wash. As always, the convention is family friendly, and spouses and children are welcome at all the events. Convenient online registration is available for both convention delegates and exhibit space. Please visit wallceilingshow.org for full details.
Guestrooms reservations can be made by calling (800) 688-5253 or online (link found at nwcb.org). The group rates range from $139 to $189 depending on room type. The cutoff date for group reservations is April 1.
TLPCA (SCWCPA) Annual Convention
The Texas Lathing and Plastering Contractors Association will hold its Annual Convention and Trade Show at the Hyatt Regency Houston/Galleria in Houston.
The convention, which takes place June 14-16, will offer meetings, receptions and awards dinner, entertainment, educational sessions, annual design award competition and exhibits. Last year, TLPCA sold all exhibitor booth spaces, so register for your company’s booth now.
This year’s show welcomes all members and families for three days that includes seminars, association business, an exhibit hall, golf, receptions and more to celebrate the association’s 65th anniversary.
Registration information is available at tlpca.org.
FWCCA Annual Convention and Trade Show
The Florida Wall & Ceiling Contractors Association’s Southeastern Wall & Ceiling Trade Show and Annual Convention takes place at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando. The event takes place July 13-16.
Per usual, there will be a shotgun start to golf early on July 14 before the convention kicks off its program with seminars and the trade show.
There will be a multitude of technical classes and programs, application and techniques, such as changes to stucco per ASTM and project management.
Registration is now officially open. For more information, call (407) 260-1313 or visit fwcca.com.
HPIP Training Events
The High Performance Insulation Professionals are an independently trained and certified group by a third party non-profit trade association that specializes in high performance insulation. The group offers several different programs throughout the year.
The following HPIP Training Workshop events take place in:
State College, Pa., April 12-13
Verona, Wis., May 17-18
Wright City, Mo., June 15-16
Dallas, Oct. 4-5
All HPIP courses and webinars are free to HPIP members. To enroll in the training, create a profile at the website.
For more information, visit hpipros.org or call (605) 470-0600.
Wall and Ceiling Alliance
The Wall And Ceiling Alliance will hold its annual Construction Excellence Awards Show on June 8 at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose, Calif. The program honors contractors who have performed exceptional wall and ceiling work.
Also, WACA and the Wall and Ceiling Bureau will hold its annual Wall & Ceiling Expo on July 28 at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Northern California. The Expo is a regional program designed and intended for all professional levels of the industry.
Show attendees represent all areas of the wall and ceiling industry: architects, designers, building officials, contractors, general contractors, suppliers and dealers, manufacturers, industry professionals, along with construction management students. If you are part of the community, and part of our Northern California community, you should attend.
For information on sponsorships, please contact Carmen Valencia at (925) 523-3898.
CONSTRUCT SHOW (CSI)
September 13-15, Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, Rhode Island
After a well-attended event in Austin, Texas in 2016, The Construct Show is headed east this year to Providence. This trade show is your most cost effective strategy for combining educational opportunities with practical, real-world, product and service solutions for your business success. This event is dedicated to the institutional, industrial and commercial building industry. If you design, build, specify, engineer, renovate or operate in the built environment, this is your event.
Construct offers a relevant, accredited education program, an expansive exhibit hall floor filled with the latest services, products and technologies, as well as a myriad of networking opportunities. In conjunction with the CSI Annual Convention, the event is coupled with technical tours, activities and special events. The trade show is the only dedicated national event specifically designed to provide the commercial building team real-world, practical products and education solutions.
Find hundreds of exhibitors with the newest trends and practices on the show floor and, with non-conflicting hours, attend your choice of more 50 accredited courses. The education program sessions, taught by experts, offer AIA LUs and HSWs and GBCI CE. Unparalleled networking opportunities include the Welcome Reception, the CSI Night Out event and other social events.
Plan now to attend this power-packed event that has been designed for you, the architect, specifier, engineer and the commercial building team.
For more information, please visit constructshow.com.
ICAA Convention and Trade Show
October 5-7, Dallas
The Lone Star state will be the site of the 2017 ICAA Convention and Trade Show from October 5-7.
The three-day ICAA Convention and Trade Show features educational programs that target new technology, essential business skills, and ever-changing industry regulation and opportunities. And the ICAA Trade Show is an outstanding once-a-year opportunity for suppliers and contractors to network and talk business.
Again this year, ICAA strives for record-breaking participation by trade show exhibitors who assemble an impressive diversity of insulation products and services for prospective customers. These exhibitors represent leading insulation manufacturers; suppliers of materials, equipment, and technology; and complementary businesses such as closet shelving, firestopping, health and safety equipment, infrared imaging systems, and computer software.
This is ICAA’s 39th Convention and Trade Show. With almost four decades of leadership in the insulation industry, ICAA proudly presents a dynamic and information-packed, three-day assembly in which business strategy and skill building are paramount.
Executive Director Michael Kwart says up this important industry event, “Attendance at the annual ICAA Convention and Trade Show is a very important annual business decision for ICAA member-contractors and suppliers. It is an opportunity for participants to fuel their businesses and generate growth. It is an unparalleled professional experience that features reviews of the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.”
For more information, please visit insulate.org/convention.
The Remodeling Show
October 25-27, Music City Center, Nashville
In many ways, The Remodeling Show is a similar and complementary show to the larger IBS show, yet has its charm and clear focus to remodeling contractors. The Remodeling Show | DeckExpo | JLC LIVE (R|D|J) is an annual trade-only residential construction event that provides remodelers, deck builders and other industry professionals with a vibrant exhibit hall filled with nearly 300 products and services from leading industry manufacturers, a strong educational conference program with business and job site training, and networking events every day of the event.
This year, the event is held at the city known for its music output, Nashville. A great city for business and culture, this Tennessee town is always a popular attraction.
Among the hundreds of exhibitors, the exhibit hall features live installation clinics presented by leading industry professionals, interactive, hands-on workshops, and instructional exhibitor-led product demonstrations.
Forge new relationships with product manufacturers on the exhibit hall floor, fellow construction professionals in the educational conference sessions, and during social functions like the Welcome Party, NAHB Remodelers Gala, NADRA Industry & Deck Awards Party, and other less formal get-togethers during the week.
The conference program is carefully planned, crafted, and developed by industry leaders for construction professionals.
R|D|J offers an enjoyable learning experience through various training programs, both within the conference program and on the exhibit hall floor that allow you to customize your experience to fit your individual and professional needs.
To view registration information, visit remodelingdeck.com.
Greenbuild International Conference & Expo
November 8-10, Boston Convention & Exhibit Center, Boston
Greenbuild offers a truly unique experience. It is the place to be to get inspired and find yourself among other like-minded people in the sustainable building and construction industry. Planning for the 2017 event is well underway and we hope you’ll join the celebration this November in the East Coast.
Educational opportunities. By attending Greenbuild, not only can you attend the 200-plus courses that keep you up-to-date with your LEED certification and everything going on in the industry, but you get to actively participate by asking questions and speaking with other attendees in the multiple education sessions offered in the core conference program, and the education available on the expo hall floor.
- International Summit returns
- Expanded offerings for the residential community
- At Greenbuild, you are going to see a vast array of sustainable building supplies that you may have not known to exist.
- Pavilions on the show floor and the return of the Net Zero Energy Zone
- Networking and having a great time with your colleagues. Making connections with those in the know, people who can provide you with ideas and answers, making new friends. Why not take the time to enjoy yourself, get out and socialize and meet really interesting people.
- Plenary speakers and celebration entertainment announcements coming soon
- Endless opportunities for networking throughout the week
Visit greenbuildexpo.com for show information, hotel reservations and sign up to be notified when registration opens soon.
STAFDA Annual Convention & Trade Show
November 12-14, Austin, Texas
STAFDA’s recent 40th Annual Convention & Trade Show, held in Atlanta last year, attracted a total of 4,366 people with an 820 booth trade show, STAFDA’s largest show since 2008.
Day One featured six educational workshops and one spouse/companion program.
The business sessions covered today’s trending issues from the new overtime regulations to distributor/manufacturing relations, leadership to concierge customer service, and effective negotiating skills. Two workshop presenters, Dr. Jeanne Hurlbert and Barry Wright, extended their stay through Day Three since they were learning as much from STAFDA members as they hoped attendees learned from them!
STAFDA members could show off their passing and kicking prowess on the first floor, try their hand at countless interactive exhibits on the second floor along with viewing college football trophies, memorabilia, or watching a “Game Day” movie in the Hall’s IMAX theater.
Day Two began with the General Session featuring state of the industry speeches from STAFDA President, Terry Earle, Ft. Worth Bolt & Tool of Texas, and Associate speaker, Brandon Moss, Southwire Co., of Carrollton, Ga. Both addressed the labor shortage facing the construction industry and offered innovative insight. STAFDA’s executive director, Georgia Foley, brought members up to speed on key association developments the past year.
Afterwards, the doors opened to STAFDA’s Trade Show and it was a mad rush for distributors to see the latest and greatest from over 35 different product categories for six hours before enjoying an evening of manufacturer hospitality.
Day Three began with economist, Alan Beaulieu’s annual forecast for 2017 and beyond. His forecasts boast a 96 percent accuracy rate and the standing room only crowd exceeded capacity early on in his program
Afterwards, the trade show opened, where attendees could spend more time at booths or meeting with Tech Fair vendors—STAFDA’s largest fair to date—or visiting one-on one with STAFDA’s endorsed consultants and service providers. Meanwhile, spouses/companions had two day trip options that included a city tour and shopping, or a trip to Madison, Ga., for a tour of antebellum mansions.
The convention concluded with a closing election party where large screens had network coverage of exit polls of the Presidential election.
The 2017 Convention & Trade Show will be November 12-14 in Austin. Online registration from the members-only section of STAFDA’s website begins June 26. For more information, contact Catherine Usher, STAFDA Member Services Director at (800) 352-2981 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For general information and to learn more about the association, visit stafda.org.
NAHB International Builders’ Show - 2018
January 9-11, 2018, Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Fla.
The Builders’ Show, as part of Design & Construction Week, highlighted the co-location of IBS and the National Kitchen & Bath Association’s Kitchen & Bath Industry Show. This year, DCW also included two partner events—the International Window Coverings Expo and The International Surface Event. This multiple event show brought together more than 110,000 builders, general contractors, remodelers, designers, flooring professionals, as well as product specifiers from around the world.
This year’s show, returning to Orlando after several years, had a populated show, lots of enthusiasm and great exhibits from many wall and ceiling manufacturers.
There were 120-plus sessions for all building professionals alike to walk around and check out.
IBS 2018 will be held in Orlando again from January 9-11 at the Orange County Convention Center.
You will not want to miss this show.
For more information, visit buildersshow.com.
World of Concrete - 2018
January 23-26, 2018, Las Vegas
World of Concrete is the industry’s only annual international event dedicated to the commercial concrete and masonry construction industries showcasing leading industry suppliers featuring innovative products and construction tools, construction equipment, technologies, a world-class education program and unlimited networking opportunities to give you new ways to sustain and grow your business.
The outdoor exhibit areas include Artistry in Decorative Concrete, SPEC MIX Bricklayer 500, and other exciting competitions and events. Look for all the rough terrain aerial work platforms in the outdoor pavilions.
As usual, the next show will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
For more information visit http://www.worldofconcrete.com/Attendee/Register.