The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention Center Hosts NPE

Industry roundtables provided opportunities for industry professionals to network and socialize while sharing challenges, solutions and actual experiences.

Tue February 04, 2014 - Southeast Edition
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LeeBoy’s booth attracts a steady crowd at the NPE.
LeeBoy’s booth attracts a steady crowd at the NPE.
LeeBoy’s booth attracts a steady crowd at the NPE. The Carlson CP-100 paver. A crowd keeps the Cat  personnel  busy answering questions about the Weiler P385. Milling machine and compaction equipment on display at the Bomag booth. The Pitch Black Plant personnel keep busy at the NPE. The Raptor Edge draws a lot of attention with its paint job. Brad Dillard of CE Hughes Milling Inc. in Jeffersonville, Ind., tests the Bomag 600/15 milling machine. The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention Center located in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., hosted this year’s National Pavement Expo (NPE) on Jan. 8 to 11. Neal, a division of Blastcrete Equipment Co., was on hand for the expo.

The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention Center located in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., hosted this year’s National Pavement Expo (NPE) on Jan. 8 to 11.

Considered to be the largest event specifically dedicated to paving and pavement maintenance professionals, NPE provided attendees with the opportunity to expand their knowledge and learn new techniques through workshops, seminars, conferences and in-depth industry networking. Industry roundtables provided opportunities for industry professionals to network and socialize while sharing challenges, solutions and actual experiences.




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