National Pavement Expo Comes to Cleveland in 2018

Mon March 05, 2018 - Northeast Edition #5
Construction Equipment Guide

Cleveland, Ohio’s Huntington Convention Center provided excellent accommodations for the 2018 National Pavement Expo.
Cleveland, Ohio’s Huntington Convention Center provided excellent accommodations for the 2018 National Pavement Expo.
Cleveland, Ohio’s Huntington Convention Center provided excellent accommodations for the 2018 National Pavement Expo. Bomag’s Sergio Solis (L) and Dave Dennison welcome customers and discuss the manufacturer’s road building equipment with attendees.
(L-R) are Kevin Jeske of Carlson Paving Products; Greg Harla of Bagela USA; Mike Mosher of Albatross Asphalt; and Travis Colwell, also of Carlson Paving Products.
(L-R): Tony Wight of LeeBoy shares information about the latest innovations employed in this 8515E asphalt paver with Dan Fitgerald and Kevin Westlake, both of Spartan Paving, based in Waterford, Mich. 
Steve Kostanty (L), Falcon Asphalt Repair Equipment, speaks with Dan Curtis of Midwest Pavement Contracting of Milford, Mich., about road maintenance.
Felling Trailer’s Nathan Uphus (L) and Daniel “Boone” Larson were ready to discuss attendees’ equipment transport needs at the show.
(L-R): David and Scot Paulitsch, both of Burton Scot Contractors, catch up with Mike Kress and Chris Kurz at the Southeastern Equipment Company booth where the dealership’s Mauldin equipment was prominently displayed.
Andy Adamcik (L) of Weiler speaks with James Wittler of Casper Paving, based in Pittsburgh, Pa., about the manufacturer’s lineup of commercial pavers and road wideners.
Dynapac’s Brian Henk (L) and Chuck Ruggles showcase the lineup of compaction, paving and milling equipment on hand for attendees to learn about. 
Ron Miller (L) and Ed Roy, both of Case Construction Equipment, discuss the company’s line of asphalt roller compaction equipment and other equipment for paving and construction work.
(L-R): Gail Shaw and Dennis Deibel, both of D & G Sealcoating & Stripping, Fort Myers, Fla., talk with KM International’s Brian Burke about the company’s line of asphalt maintenance equipment.
Thomas Allen (L) and Brian Cheddar, both of Kasi Infrared Corporation, discuss the infrared process and system as an effective alternative to the process of saw, cut, remove and fill asphalt repair technique.

Often held in Nashville, the capital of country music, the National Pavement Expo switched things up this year by holding the annual event in Cleveland, Ohio, the birthplace of Rock & Roll. The event was held Feb. 7 to 10 at the Huntington Convention Center, along Lake Erie's shoreline and a stone's throw from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame museum.

The National Pavement Expo is one of the largest annual events focused on paving and pavement maintenance. The show offers industry professionals an opportunity to hone their skills and learn about new techniques through workshops, seminars, conferences and in-depth industry networking.

The event's trade show featured more than 100 exhibitors representing the latest in products, supplies, services and equipment geared toward the paving and paving maintenance industry.

The National Pavement Expo will migrate back south to Nashville in 2019, and will be held from Feb. 27 to March 2.


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