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The Future of Concrete: A Journey Through the Exciting World of Concrete at WOC 2021

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Feb 11, 2024
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The SpecMix Bricklayer 500, a masonry competition that takes place over the course of three days, is just one of the many exciting events at the World of Concrete. This annual convention, which has been hosted in Las Vegas for 50 years, offers attendees an opportunity to explore cutting-edge equipment, high-tech materials, and new methods for all things related to concrete.

CBS News correspondent Conor Knighton offers a glimpse into this universe, providing an inside look at the excitement and innovation seen at the World of Concrete. Throughout the event, attendees have the opportunity to learn about new technologies, witness skilled craftsmanship, and engage in the competitive spirit of the industry.

The World of Concrete (WOC) has been hosting its annual convention in Las Vegas for 50 years. The event spans 700,000 square feet and has been labeled as the “ComicCon for concrete guys” by Kevin Thornton, an executive at the company that runs the convention. At WOC, attendees can find everything they need to know about concrete innovations and new methods for all things related to this versatile material.

One of the highlights of WOC is undoubtedly the SpecMix Bricklayer 500 competition. Over three days, skilled masons from all over compete for recognition as “the world’s best mason”. The competition offers cash prizes and a new truck as part of its celebration. It’s not just a way to showcase their skills but also an opportunity to learn from each other and discover new techniques.

Overall, WOC is more than just a trade show; it’s an experience that brings together people who love concrete in all its forms. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just starting out in your career, there’s something here for everyone – from cutting-edge equipment and high-tech materials to new methods that will revolutionize your workflow.

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