Utility Equipment Takes Center Stage at ICUEE

The annual International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition, which begins Sept. 29, is your chance to “test drive” the latest technology
Utility Equipment Takes Center Stage at ICUEE
ICUEE, also known as The Demo Expo, will run Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 2015, at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville.

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Whether you’re just window shopping or looking to haul a shiny new piece of machinery back to the shop, the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE), which runs Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 2015, at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, will have it all.

Also known as The Demo Expo, ICUEE is geared toward utilities that provide natural gas, water, wastewater, electric and telecommunications/cable services as well as the contractors who provide utilities with infrastructure engineering and construction services.

It’s an opportunity to explore the newest products and innovations and visit with over 850 leading manufacturers. The show features hands-on demonstrations of a broad range of construction and utility equipment which attendees can operate in job-like conditions and explore products specific to their operation’s needs. This includes a two-mile “Ride & Drive” test track for road equipment and technologies, an indoor demo stage and extensive in-booth product demos from exhibitors.

ICUEE also offers a chance to network with thousands of industry peers and speak with technical experts and equipment designers who can answer your specific questions. Additionally, an education program led by industry professionals features extensive learning opportunities — more than 60 targeted education sessions in all — on the latest safety, regulatory, operational and technological issues.

Visit www.icuee.com for more information, show maps and exhibitor directory, or to register.



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