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World of Concrete 2022 to proceed as planned

January 10, 2022  By Rock to Road staff

World of Concrete World of Concrete 2022 will take place January 18-20. (Photo: World of Concrete).

World of Concrete 2022 is “confidently” moving ahead with safety at the forefront of the in-person event.

The trade show will take place January 18 to 20 (at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Educational seminars are held Jan. 17 to 20.

“Our community is eager to reconnect, with new attendees and exhibitors registering every day, and we are committed to providing that platform for them,” show organizers said in a statement.

“While your success is a top priority, your safety is too. We want to reassure you that the event will take place, and that we will put safety at the heart of the event experience, so we are able to reconnect and get back to business, while keeping our community safe.”


World of Concrete 2022 will follow all local health guidelines, including Nevada’s mandate for masks to be worn in all public places, regardless of vaccination status.

The mask rule applies to indoor settings only, and includes all casinos, meeting spaces and convention centres, as well as restaurants and bars in Las Vegas and throughout the state.

“Masking is an important tool to help provide a safer environment during this current surge of Omicron, and we appreciate all WOC 2022 participants complying with this state mandate for the benefit of all who enjoy coming to WOC this and every year,” the statement explained.

“Additionally, we will have hand sanitizing stations throughout the venue, as well as an enhanced sanitation schedule, and widened aisles to promote social distancing.”

World of Concrete registration

Attendees are asked to register for the show online before World of Concrete begins, as there will be no onsite registration.

As well, show badges will not be sent in the mail, so attendees are asked to bring their emailed confirmation letter to the show to print a badge.

World of Concrete is working in partnership and communication with the City of Las Vegas and local health officials for expertise and guidance and will continue to provide updates on any changes to health and safety program moving forward.

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