The Steel Conference is the premier event for everyone involved in the design and construction of steel buildings and bridges. We offer nearly 200 technical sessions ( and up to 17 PDHs! ), a giant exhibition hall showcasing more than 280 products and services that can help you design and build better with steel, and networking with more than 5,000 colleagues, including leading designers, top fabricators, and prestigious researchers at the cutting edge of today’s innovation.
This year’s event also incorporates the World Steel Bridge Symposium, QualityCon, the NISD Detailing Conference, SafetyCon, Architecture in Steel, and SSRC’s Annual Stability Conference.
One registration fee gets you into all of this, as well as keynote addresses, lunch in the exhibit hall Wednesday and Thursday, the welcome reception, and–of course!–the famous conference dinner!
For more information, visit https://www.nascc.aisc.org/
The ACI Concrete Convention is the world’s gathering place for advancing concrete materials, design, construction, and repair, bringing together the world’s most well-known leaders with professionals looking to learn. Conventions provide a forum for networking and education and an opportunity to provide input on the concrete industry’s codes, specifications, and guides.
For more information, visit https://www.concrete.org/events/conventions.aspx
Organized by ASCE’s Cold Regions Engineering Division, the Conference will bring together practicing engineers, academics, and cold regions engineering experts from various disciplines to share their knowledge and experience.
Join your peers for this three-day event and leave armed with the political intelligence and added insight you need to make informed decisions about your strategic priorities in a changing economy. From the continued implications of IIJA implementation to the ongoing debate surrounding immigration reform and beyond.
For more information, visit https://www.acec.org/education-events/events/annual-convention/
The International Bridge Conference® (IBC) is the pre-eminent arena for the bridge industry in North & South America, Europe, Australia, Asia and Africa.
Presented by the Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania, the IBC annually attracts over 1,000 bridge owners and engineers, senior policy makers, government officials, bridge designers, construction executives, and suppliers from throughout the United States and abroad.
The IBC is planned by an all-volunteer group and provides continuing education and networking opportunities to members of all facets of the bridge industry.
For more information, visit https://eswp.com/bridge/bridge-home/
Water is the world’s most vital resource. There is no replacement. At ACE, we come together to discuss and plan for the serious issues that will transform the future of water. Together, we will make an impact that will determine the trajectory of our planet. Attend ACE and collectively, we will transform the future of water.
For more information, visit https://www.awwa.org/ace
WEFTEC is where networks expand, ideas become solutions, and water quality innovation and expertise are on display.
Education is at the forefront of WEFTEC, delivering everything you need to know about water quality. With nearly 150 interactive and engaging educational sessions and 17 hands-on workshops, you can immerse yourself in the topics that matter to you, and learn practical skills, techniques, and best practices to apply directly to your job.
The WEFTEC Exhibition showcases the most comprehensive array of the latest products, services, and technologies from more than 800 industry-leading providers. Explore and compare offerings in one convenient location, streamline your decision-making process, and save time and money.
From the Opening General Session to rooting for your favorite team during the Operations Challenge, experience the unique ways WEFTEC brings water quality leaders together to form valuable and supportive relationships. Meet water sector experts and suppliers, connect with water sector colleagues, and join the important conversations to help drive the future of water quality.
For more information, visit https://www.weftec.org/