The crowd at the 2019 World of Concrete was a mix of contractors, salespeople and industry experts from all over the world, but many agreed on onething Thursday: the trade show is a lot to take in.
With the World of Concrete in town, the Review-Journal decided to find out how crews handle the potential pitfalls of building with the construction material during Southern Nevada’s searing summers.
For the first time in the event’s 17-year history, a foreigner set foot on U.S. soil and built a bigger, better wall than his American competitors.
The World of Concrete convention has exhibitors selling everything from hose assemblies and hydraulic tools to concrete polishers. Here is a look at three hulking pieces of equipment on display this week.
The process of moving in trucks that weigh up to 60,000 pounds takes multiple days.
It certainly isn’t difficult to find a beer in Las Vegas. But if you’re looking for just the right brew, in just the right environment, without traveling too far from your hotel, we’ve compiled a list of a few places you may want to explore.
Most of the people asked at the three-day trade show at the Las Vegas Convention Center didn’t want to touch the border wall issue with a 10-foot pole
Construction machinery company Caterpillar makes more than just giant, yellow machinery; some of its newest tech can fit inside workers’ pockets.
Women made up 9.9 percent of construction employees in 2018 compared to 9.7 a decade prior, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Representatives of the nation’s concrete industry need only take a quick look around to see how their craft is changing the Las Vegas skyline.