ICUEE is held every two years and covers more than 25 acres of the latest equipment and product innovations related to utility construction, maintenance and rehabilitation.
ICUEE — The Demo Expo announced co-location of the AGC Utility Infrastructure Conference with the 2015 exposition. AGC, the Associated General Contractors of America, also will organize the AGC IT and Business Solutions Pavilion at the show.
The biennial ICUEE, the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition, will be held Sept. 29 to Oct. 1, 2015, at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky.
The AGC conference will bring together contractors and related businesses involved in every aspect of utility and infrastructure construction to learn the latest trends shaping the industry, discuss issues affecting the market, and to learn what AGC is doing legislatively and how individuals can get involved.
The AGC exhibits pavilion will showcase utility construction solutions and products in areas including technology and BIM-Building Information Modeling processes, business and industry practices, and related construction/business products and systems.
With more than 25,000 member firms, AGC of America is a leading association for the construction industry, providing a full range of services to meet the needs of members, as they improve the quality of construction and protect the public interest.
Expanded Learning and Networking Opportunities
“Partnering with ICUEE for our annual Utility Infrastructure Conference provides AGC members and others involved in utility and infrastructure construction with a great opportunity to check out the latest equipment and educate themselves on industry best practices at one of the premier construction industry events focused on their market,” said Scott Berry, director, AGC’s utility infrastructure division, environment, and trade.
“We are very pleased with AGC’s decision to co-locate its conference with ICUEE and strengthen the breadth of industry education and networking for all show attendees. And the AGC exhibits pavilion adds extra value to what attendees will find on the ICUEE show floor to help them run their businesses more effectively,” said ICUEE Chair Tim Ford, president Terex Cranes, Terex Corporation.
ICUEE is held every two years and covers more than 25 acres of the latest equipment and product innovations related to utility construction, maintenance and rehabilitation. It is known for extensive hands-on equipment demonstrations in job-like conditions. The show serves an audience of utility professionals and utility construction contractors in the electric, natural gas, water/wastewater and telecom/cable sectors.
For more information, visit www.icuee.com.
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