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The 50th anniversary show drew tens of thousands of concrete and masonry contractors from around the U.S. and the world as well as 1,450 exhibitors. The biggest annual industry event did not did not disappoint. Here are some highlights.
January 30, 2024
The 50th World of Concrete was teeming with tens of thousands of enthusiastic concrete and masonry contractors from around the nation and the world on a mission to find innovations and hear tips that will help them do their jobs better, faster, smarter, safer and more profitably. And the biggest annual U.S. construction show did not disappoint attendees or exhibitors at the Las Vegas Convention Center last week.
There were 1,450 booths packed with products and demos and overflowing education sessions, as well as the usual fun outdoor events and demos. There was something for everyone, from first time attendees to people who have been attending for decades.
Don’t forget to mark your calendar for next year’s show, Jan. 20-23 in Las Vegas. Once again there will be hundreds of new products on display and informative sessions to listen to. In the meantime, look for WOC360’s continued coverage of the 2024 show in upcoming months, including a new product from the show featured in each week’s newsletter. The stories also will be posted on the publication’s website, ConstructioNext.
Finally, here are session stories and new product roundups the WOC360 team published from the show. If you have any questions about the coverage or the show, don’t hesitate to reach out to me at [email protected].
Looking forward to seeing you at next year’s big event!
Editorial Director, ConstructioNext, WOC360, IRE360, Informa Markets
Jean Dimeo is an award-winning editor, writer and publication manager who has worked in construction publishing for 30 years. Dimeo was managing editor of Construction Dive, our sister publication about commercial construction, and the editor in chief of Builder, EcoHome and Building Products, all about residential building and remodeling. She also worked as an editor for a Spanish-language construction publication and as a building products expert for consumer magazines including Better Homes & Gardens SIPs.
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