AGC of Texas Hosts Trade & Equipment Show in Austin

Wed November 04, 2009 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The 26th Annual AGC of Texas Trade and Equipment Show was officially opened by Speaker Joe Straus III cutting the ribbon. (L-R) are Jack Albert, AGC of Texas; Reece Albert; Representative Drew Darby,
The 26th Annual AGC of Texas Trade and Equipment Show was officially opened by Speaker Joe Straus III cutting the ribbon. (L-R) are Jack Albert, AGC of Texas; Reece Albert; Representative Drew Darby,

Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Texas hosted its 26th annual Trade & Equipment Show in Austin Convention Center, Oct. 19 and 20.

The event reinforced the two prevalent themes in 2009 for the salvation of the U.S. economy were highway construction and the need for immediacy, which puts this industry, once again, at the cutting edge of the economy. It is with these two themes in mind that AGC of Texas created the 2009 theme for the Trade and Equipment Show.

The AGC of Texas Trade and Equipment Show is still the biggest trade show in Texas, and drew people in the thousands. The show attracted highway, heavy, industrial, municipal, and utility contractors, as well as banking, computer, demolition, distributor, finance and insurance firms.

Additionally, manufacturers and suppliers along with TxDOT officials, county commissioners, and city managers attended the event.

For more information, visit www.agctx.org.

(This is the first of a two-part coverage of the 26th annual Trade & Equipment Show in Austin.)




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