ConExpo-Con/Agg 2014 layout

By Chris Sleight20 February 2014

ConExpo 2014 will cover some 214,000 m2 and will be home to 2,400 exhibitors for its five-day duration. To help visitors find their way around to suppliers of similar products and services, companies in the same industry sub-sectors are grouped together. This colour-coded plan of the exhibition shows the major exhibition areas:

Gold – Outdoor Gold Lot: Earthmoving equipment, cranes and other aerial equipment, and attachments.

Red – Indoor exhibition halls. The LVH Hotel Center, North Hall and Central Hall to the left and centre of the map are used mainly for earthmoving equipment, cranes and other aerial equipment, and attachments. These halls also include some drilling, crushing and screening machinery, road building equipment and components.

Dark Blue - The South Hall, to the right of the illustration includes concrete production and paving equipment, trenching, utility equipment and trucks on the ground floor. Most of the upper floor is taken up by the co-located IFPE exhibition, comprising components and engines.

Dark grey – The outdoor Silver Lot in the centre of the illustration, in front of the Central and North Halls features earthmoving equipment, cranes and other aerial equipment, and attachments, along with some concrete and road building machinery.

Light grey – A new addition to this year’s show is the outdoor Platinum Lot to the top-right of the map. This will be used for drilling, crushing and screening machinery, road building equipment and components. Within this area, the Platinum Hall will be used for further IFPE engine and components exhibits.

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