The World of Concrete is an annual concrete convention that seeks to bring together people at all levels of involvement in the concrete industry. The year, for the first time, the World of Concrete Europe (WOC Europe) will be housed in Paris, France and will focus on global trade and equipment that can be used across the world, not just in areas of it. It will be help April 20 – 25, 2015 at Paris-Nord Villepinte.

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WOC Europe will be part of the upcoming INTERMAT trade show. INTERMAT offers full product ranges for concrete, including everything from machinery to transportation and delivery systems. With the popularity of decorative concrete, many of the exhibits and people attending will be from those aspects of the concrete industry.

WOC Europe, for the first time, will be hosting European and French-speaking concrete professionals and companies, focusing on the Middle East and Africa, as well. INTERMAT’s banners will even display “Be Concrete,” showcasing the focus that concrete will have on this event.

WOC Europe will feature a variety of events, demonstrations and product displays by companies all over Europe and Africa. Exhaustive concrete and stonework will be highlighted, too, with demonstrations focusing on both techniques along with some of the best products in the world being used. Innovative tools, software and apps, and a host of other exhibits will showcase everything concrete.

Concrete is a powerful building material, no matter what you’re using it for, and if you’re looking for a way to see just what it can do at its extremes, World of Concrete and World of Concrete Europe bring together some of the best in the industry across the glove to help further the benefits and building of concrete. Whether you’re a concrete builder, a supplier or someone in between, attending a conference like World of Concrete just once is worthwhile.

World of Concrete is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2015. Have you heard of World of Concrete? If not, it’s an annual commercial construction trade show focusing on masonry and concrete. It will be the largest show of its kind in the last six years, with more than 1400 exhibitors from around the world and will invade the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) from February 2 through February 6, 2015. Let’s look and learn more about World of Concrete 2015.

More About the World of Concrete 2015 Show

This year World of Concrete 2015 features a new owner: Informa Exhibitions. They believe they’re bring in more than 50000 masonry and concrete experts from around the globe to the event, increasing last year’s exhibitions by more than 12 percent.

There will be a variety of specific areas for visitors to learn and visit, including:

  • Concrete Repair and Demolition (Featuring surface prep equipment and products)
  • Concrete Surfaces and Decorative Pavilion (Promoting decorative concrete and services)
  • Material Handling (Highlighting trucking, excavators and material delivery services)
  • Producer Center (Marketplace for materials to equipment to everything in between)
  • Technology for Construction (Showcasing new products, tolls and more in the industry to make jobs more efficient and safer)

There will be both indoor and outdoor exhibits, featuring everything you can imagine from concrete and its construction methods. You’ll find equipment in action, especially new products and vehicles, along with decorative exhibits highlighting just how creative you can get with concrete surfaces and projects. There will also be a variety of events, get togethers and competitions that take place on-site.

Another aspect of World of Concrete each year is its educational program, offering a variety of session to help concrete and masonry workers and promoters do even better throughout the year. This year’s educational program include business, production, repair, decorate and engineering focused sessions

World of Concrete 2015 is poised to break its own records with exhibitors and attendees, bringing together the best and brightest in the concrete industry to learn from one another and come together.