The International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE), is the master event for professionals in the utility industry to gain in-depth knowledge into the newest technologies, innovations and trends that will affect their business. At the 2015 Expo, records were broke in the number of attendees.
With an increase of 13%, over 18,000 attendees registered from all 50 states, nine out of the ten Canadian provinces and over 60 other countries. Attendees comprise a wide variety of professionals from; telecom/cable utilities, sewer/water, gas, electric and more. At the expo these professionals will find; innovated products and demonstrations of them, quality networking among experts in the industry as well as peers.
Opportunities for the 2015 ICUEE attendees are:
- Operate heavy equipment and utility equipment in conditions resembling job-like scenarios.
- Look at and discover the latest innovated products in the utility industry.
- Pavilions set up to exhibit specialized information for fleet management, green utility and safety.
- Product demos in exhibitor booths.
- A two mile Ride and Drive test track (for heavy equipment and the new technology they contain)
- Informed by the experts on the latest technology and how it will impact their industry.
- Able to speak with technical experts and the designers of the heavy equipment that can provide answers to specific questions regarding the industry.
“This is our most comprehensive ICUEE ever, and there has been tremendous enthusiasm and interaction among attendees and exhibitors from Day One, when the official Kentucky Derby bugler opened the show,” said Show Director Sara Truesdale Mooney. Bringing together professionals from the industry, demonstrations of the latest technologies and innovated trends that will be affecting this industry. It covered over 1.2 million square feet of space to display the heavy equipment and products and included over 950 exhibitors from more than 250 companies.
The indoor and outdoor exhibits included; all-terrain carriers, earth-moving equipment, overhead and maintenance, material handling, recycling, safety, testing, transportation, trenching and more. Attendees were given the chance for many hands-on experiences with equipment to see how they felt and worked in action. There were programs set up to teach the latest safety, regulatory and operational issues that can affect both the construction and utility industry.