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Show hours: Tuesday, 7 March to Friday, 10 March: 09.00 to 17.00, Saturday, 11 March: 09.00 to 15.00 Registration: www.conexpoconagg.com/visit/register 

Advance pricing is US$195 per person from 14 January to 7 March 2017.

Day badges are $249 per day.

Phone: +1 800-424-5247 or +1 847-996-5878

Hotel/lodging

Email: showmgmt@experient-inc.com.

Phone: +1 800-424-5247 or +1 847-996-5878 

http://www.conexpoconagg.com/visit/hotel-information/     

Air travel

McCarran International Airport www.mccarran.com 

Taxi/shuttles/limousines

More than 10 companies offer taxi service to and from the airport and throughout Las Vegas. Some taxis do not accept credit cards. The maximum number of passengers allowed in a taxi is five. At Terminal 1, taxis are available on the east side of baggage claim at Exits 1-4. At Terminal 3, taxis are on Level Zero. Expect long lines during peak hours. Visit www.mccarran.com/Go/Taxis.aspx for information about booking a taxi.

Group shuttles are an economical way to get from the airport to most major hotels. While in route, group shuttles make multiple stops. For Terminal 1 group shuttles are available on the west side of baggage claim outside of doors 7 to 13. For Terminal 3 shuttles are on Level Zero at the end of the building. Four shuttle companies serve the McCarran International Airport. For information about booking as shuttle please see: www.mccarran.com/Go/Shuttles.aspx 

Limousine service information is at: www.mccarran.com/Go/Limousines.aspx 

Rental cars and buses

Blue and white McCarran Rent-A-Car Center shuttle buses depart approximately every

five minutes for the three-mile (5 km) trip to the Center and the car rental company of your choice.

For information on the rental car and bus companies see: www.mccarran.com/Go/RentalCars.aspx 

Monorail

The Las Vegas Monorail is an easy way to travel on the Strip. Trains arrive every 4 to 8 minutes at seven stations.

For more information and train hours see: www.lvmonorail.com 

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Every major construction industry sector will be represented at ConExpo in Las Vegas, USA, from 7 to 11 March 2017. More than 2,500 exhibitors will show and demonstrate equipment and services over 232,000 square metres of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Some 160,000 people are expected to attend. Held every three years, it is the international gathering place for the construction industry. An extensive industry-targeted education programme is another strand of this event.

New in 2017 is the Technology Track, which focuses on industry innovations and future growth opportunities in the technology field, including drones, autonomous machines, 3-D imaging, smart apps, gamification, big data and IoT. The technology track complements the new Tech Experience to showcase ideas and technologies that will transform construction.

The first thing you need to do in planning your trip is to register. New in 2017 is the ConExpo Con/Agg Badge-Pack, which includes a lot of freebies and promotions, the most valuable of which is a Las Vegas Monorail multi-day pass. Also included is access to seven halls and outdoor lots on all five days. Discounts at Las Vegas bars and restaurants are included.

After determining when you will be travelling and how long you will be staying,

the easiest way to book hotel accommodation is to visit the hotel information page on the ConExpo website. Experient is the official housing provider for the show and it is the only company that can sell rooms in the official ConExpo hotel blocks.

The benefits of reserving your room through the ConExpo Con/Agg Show Housing Services are rate assurance, no prepayment, immediate confirmation, ability to make changes and cancellations online, detailed hotel information and access to shuttle services between the hotel and official hotel partners, with the exception of those within walking distance to the convention centre. AEM warns attendees to be aware of unauthorised hotel solicitations. Entering into financial agreements with non-endorsed companies can have costly consequences, AEM said.

McCarran International Airport is the primary commercial airport serving the Las Vegas Valley. It is about five miles (8 km) south of downtown Las Vegas. See the box for information about transportation options to and from the airport.

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