Sources: Informa Exhibitions, Irving, Texas; CP staff
World of Concrete management has postponed next year’s Las Vegas Convention Center gathering to June 7-10 from an original January 18-22 schedule, citing discussions with key stakeholders and feedback from major concrete and masonry associations.
“We have a commitment to our exhibitors and attendees to provide a valuable and productive face-to-face experience each year,” says World of Concrete Group Director Jackie James. “This is the first time in our 46-year history we have been faced with circumstances that have caused us to reschedule the event. We feel the new June dates will provide everyone with the necessary time to plan effectively, and allows us to reimagine World of Concrete for a different time of the year. Moving the event from winter to late spring will allow for additional outdoor activities everyone can enjoy in the great city of Las Vegas, including top-notch exhibits, new product demos, and exciting spectator events.”
World of Concrete 2021 will follow Informa Exhibitions’ AllSecure approach to ensuring the highest standards of safety, hygiene, cleanliness, and quality for operating events. It will be among the first large-scale events to occupy the Las Vegas Convention Center’s $980 million West Hall, adding 1.4 million square feet of space to the existing 3.2 million square foot venue.