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Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada

CONEXPO-CON/AGG’s comprehensive Education Program is the leading source for contractors, business owners, construction material producers and end users to obtain cutting edge information for today’s challenging economy and business model. Sessions will run from Tuesday, March 4 through Friday, March 7, 2014 at several different timeframes to allow for flexibility in viewing the exhibit floor.

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Tracks

The latest topics and industry trends are grouped into 10 tracks for ease in finding education that meets your needs.

Aggregates
Focus on current methods and trends in quarry production and plant design.

Asphalt
Focus on techniques and innovations in asphalt paving, recycling, materials, and plant management.

Business Management Best Practices
Focus on improving and building business strategies/tools needed to manage and strengthen your company for today’s and tomorrow’s success.

Concrete
Focus on the latest practices and advances in concrete materials, masonry, production, and plant management.

Crane & Rigging
Focus on standards, regulations and safety in crane and rigging operations.

Earthmoving & Site Development
Focus on current business and equipment practices for large equipment contractors.

Equipment Management & Maintenance
Focus on the latest in fleet asset management and maintenance trends.

Recycling & Preservation
Focus on the latest innovations and technology surrounding recycling and environment.

Safety & Regulations
Focus on practices, training, and regulations designed to keep crews and plants safe.

Workforce Development
Focus on developing and improving your personal skills to be effective and successful in today’s workforce.

IF IT’S NEW, IT’S HERE
MARCH 7-11, 2017
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, USA
LAS VEGAS CONVENTION CENTER

Professional Development Hours (PDHs)

Earn as you learn! PDHs are offered with the CONEXPO-CON/AGG Education Program to help assist you in meeting educational requirements necessary for job mandates.