International Construction Utility Equipment Exposition 2013 Preview

The International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition, also known as ICUEE and The Demo Expo, will feature hands-on demonstrations of construction and utility equipment where attendees can operate the equipment and explore the newest industry products and innovations.

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The International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition, also known as ICUEE and The Demo Expo, will feature hands-on demonstrations of construction and utility equipment where attendees can operate the equipment and explore the newest industry products and innovations. Held every two years, ICUEE will take place Oct. 1-3, 2013, at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky.

The broad spectrum of equipment available to operate is the ultimate in competitive comparisons. An extensive education program complements displays of the latest equipment technology and product innovations.

Exhibits and Live Equipment Demonstrations

ICUEE covers more than one million net square feet of indoor and outdoor exhibits of equipment including, but not limited to: all-terrain carriers, attachments, components, earthmoving, environmental, light, overhead and maintenance, material handling, recycling, safety, testing, transportation, trenching, trenchless, trucks and utility materials/supplies. Machinery is exhibited in job-like conditions and attendees can experience first-hand equipment in action, working at ground level, underground and overhead.


ICUEE education features extensive learning opportunities with leading industry experts on the latest safety, regulatory, operational and technological issues affecting the utility and construction industry.

ICUEE attracts utility contractors and municipalities involved in the electric, telecom, water/wastewater and gas industries. The show features networking opportunities with 20,000+ peers.

Take Tomorrow for a Test Drive

Tomorrow is just around the corner. For utility contractors and municipalities, ICUEE has the keys to prepare for it. Learn about new technologies, innovations, insights and trends affecting the utilities industry-ranging from electric to telecom and water/wastewater to gas.

The show will feature:

• More than 800 exhibitors;
• More than 16,600 attendees;
• New for 2013-an indoor Exhibitor Demo Stage will expands the show's outdoor equipment demonstration component, and attendees will have more opportunities for a first-hand look at new technologies and best practices in action;
• Machinery exhibited in job-like conditions so attendees can test-drive the equipment, working at ground level, underground and overhead; and
• Indoor and outdoor exhibits of equipment.

Co-located Events and Education

ICUEE education will be offered through partner co-located events that will present a deeper look into key topics-for the industry, by the industry. These sessions and workshops will give you a more comprehensive understanding and full insight into key area or industry segment.

• Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP) Asset Management Symposium

AEMP-Association of Equipment Management Professionals is co-locating its annual Asset Management Symposium. This program is one of the organization's main events focused on the latest industry issues affecting asset management professionals, presented by seasoned industry professionals.


CALSTART is hosting education at ICUEE focused on providing sustainable solutions to fleet managers looking to be on the forefront of decision tools, data and action to green their fleets and drive industry improvements.

• Fluid Power Conference

The Fluid Power Conference, produced and managed by Hydraulics & Pneumatics, will present a full day of technical sessions, highlighting basic fluid power and troubleshooting for individuals who work on utility vehicles.


Produced by the National Rural Water Association, the H2O-XPO brings together top officials, decision makers, buyers and new technology in the water and wastewater industries.

• iP Utility Safety Conference & Expo

Produced by Incident Prevention Magazine, the iP Utility Safety Conference & Expo is the utility industry's leading education event for safety, training and operations professionals.

• NASTT-North American Society for Trenchless Technology

NASTT is co-locating its Cured-in-Place Pipe Good Practices course. This Good Practices course offers trenchless professionals, both experienced and new to the field, an in-depth, high-quality learning experience.

• NAFA Fleet Management Association

NAFA is co-locating some of its professional development programs at ICUEE. Sessions will focus on risk management for fleet managers and be led by subject matter experts (SMEs) who are knowledgeable, seasoned fleet managers and suppliers.

• National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO)

NCCCO will host several exams and its new Service Truck Crane Operator Course and Certification program.

• Signal Qualification Course

Crane Institute Certification (CIC) will host a Signal Qualification course with training provided by Crane Safety International.

• Solar Builder Magazine

Solar Builder is hosting education sessions at ICUEE on efficiencies in utility-scale solar field installation. Discover key information to sharpen your skills and learn new "tricks of the trade" from industry peers.

• Underground Construction Technology (UCT)

Underground Construction Technology (UCT) is once again co-locating educational programming at ICUEE to provide sessions relating to the underground construction and rehabilitation infrastructure.

Demo the latest equipment. Meet with the experts. Network with peers. Put the future in your hands at ICUEE, the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition.

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