NOVEMBER 16-18, 2022

HERSHEY, PA

EXHIBIT BOOTH TYPES & FEES

STANDARD BOOTH

APC Member: $1,095

Industry Partner: $1,095

*Non-Member: $1,700

Each standard booth registration includes one (1) individual to staff the booth. One (1) additional person staffing your booth may register at a reduced registration of $195.

PennDOT, PA Turnpike, & Other Government agencies wishing to register an exhibit booth need to contact APC’s Lisa Sagan at lsagan@paconstructors.org.

*Credit Card Payment is due when registering as a Non-member.

PREMIUM BOOTH

APC Member: $1,590

Industry Partner: $1,590

*Non-Member: $2,195

Premium booths are located in high-traffic locations of the exhibit hall. Premium booth registration includes one (1) individual to staff the booth. One (1) additional person staffing your booth may register at a reduced registration of $195.

Premium Booths: 28, 29, 32, 33, 39, 40, 45,  88, 89, 113, 114, 123, 124, 146, 147, 156, 157, 167.

PennDOT, PA Turnpike, & Other Government agencies wishing to register an exhibit booth need to contact APC’s Lisa Sagan at lsagan@paconstructors.org.

*Credit Card Payment is due when registering as a Non-member.

FOOD SPONSOR BOOTH

APC Member: $1,480

Industry Partner: $1,480

*Non-Member: $2,085

On Thursday afternoon, a food station will be set up at each of the Food Break booths. Food Break Booth registration includes one (1) individual to staff the booth. One (1) additional person staffing your booth may register at a reduced registration of $195.

  • Food Break Booths: 10, 57, 65, 80, 109, 121, & 165

PennDOT, PA Turnpike, & Other Government agencies wishing to register an exhibit booth need to contact APC’s Lisa Sagan at lsagan@paconstructors.org.

*Credit Card Payment is due when registering as a Non-member.

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SELECTING YOUR REGISTRATION TYPE

Various registration types and associated fees are available when registering as an exhibitor. They are:

  • APC MemberFor employees of APC Member companies
  • Industry Partner – For employees of industry associations (i.e. ARTBA, PAPA, PACA, ACPA, etc.).
  • Non-member – For Employees of Non-member companies

Please select the correct one when completing your registration.
If you are unsure which registration type to use please contact APC at 717-238-2513.

General Information

The booth area is 8′ deep x 10′ wide and includes one complimentary seminar registrant, one 6 ft. draped table, two chairs, draped side rails and back drop, vendor name sign, and 1-110 electric outlet.

After all exhibit space is sold, Hershey Lodge’s Exhibitor Services will contact you regarding electricity and other possible amenities for your booth.

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Exhibit Hall Schedule

Wednesday, Nov. 16

  • Set-up: 2:00 p.m.
  • Icebreaker Reception: 4:30 – 8:00 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 17
Hall open from 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

  • Continental Breakfast 7:15 a.m.
  • Luncheon: 11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
  • Breaks: 2:30 – 3:00 p.m. / 3:30-4:00 p.m.
  • Tear-down: After 4:00 p.m.

PLEASE NOTE: Credit Card Payment is due when registering as a Non-member.

It is highly recommended using a modern, up-to-date browser when registering. Using an older browser may result in errors.

PLEASE NOTE: The diagram may not accurately reflect booth availability at the time of registration. It will be updated as often as possible.

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Questions

Questions regarding exhibitor registration can be directed to jstramara@paconstructors.org.

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Modify An Existing Registration

To modify an existing registration, go here & click the “Already Registered?” link.

PLEASE NOTE: Credit Card Payment is due when registering as a Non-member.

2022 Exhibitors

BoothCompany/Organization
1Rae-Lyn Enterprises, Inc.
2Rae-Lyn Enterprises, Inc.
3Jobsite Products, Inc.
4Arrow Land Solutions
5ALL Crane Rental of PA, LLC
6A. Morton Thomas and Associates, Inc. (AMT)
7Applied Research Associates, Inc.
8RoadSafe Traffic Systems Inc.
9RoadSafe Traffic Systems Inc.
10Allison Crane & Rigging
11Tenna
12Quality Engineering Solutions
13WSP USA Inc.
14HB Engineering, Inc.
15D.S. Brown
16Concrete Simplicity Consulting & Supply, LLC
17RIG Consulting, Inc.
18Fisher Associates, P.E., L.S., L.A., D.P.C.
19Vector Corrosion Technologies
20George L. Wilson Co.
21Advantage Steel and Construction
22W. R. Meadows
23Superior Traffic Services
24Gatti Morrison Construction Service
25Pavilion Drainage Supply Co. Inc.
26Pennsylvania 811
27Vibra Tech Inc.
28KTA-Tator, Inc.
29Quinn Consulting Services
30PA Asphalt Pavement Association
31Kreischer Miller
32Trinseo
33PennStress a div. of the MacInnis Group LLC
34Earth Wall Products
35Bergmann
36Valley Supply
37Terre HIll Concrete
38Woolpert
39Northeast Prestressed Products, LLC
40B&K Enterprises
41B&K Enterprises
42Royal Truck & Equipment
43Groff Tractor & Equipment
44Cleveland Brothers Equipment Company
45Cleveland Brothers Equipment Company
46AC Miller Concrete
47AC Miller Concrete
48Witman Engineers & Consultants, LLC
49TYLin
50J-Tech
51Pennoni
52Valtir, LLC.
53Pickering, Corts & Summerson
54Sanders Saws
55The Transtec Group, Inc.
56Stephenson Equipment
57Centre Concrete Products Division
58Volkert, Inc.
59GeoBuild, LLC
60Geobrugg, NA
61CTS Cement Manufacturing Corp
62New Concept Staining
63Pexco, Davidson Traffic Control Products
64Hall Industries, Inc
65Woods CRW
66Architectural Polymers
67BDB Bridge LLC
68PRECASTEEL
69Tunstall Engineering Group
70Lane Enterprises, LLC
71V&S Galvanizing
72AI Engineers, Inc.
73Remington & Vernick Engineers
74Gibson-Thomas Engineering Co., Inc.
75Keystone Acquisition Services Corporation
76Ferguson Waterworks
77PRIME AE Group, Inc.
78Whitman, Requardt & Associates
79LaBella Associates, P.C.
80Quality Bridge & Fab, Inc.
81Widmer Engineering Inc.
82Gregory Highway
83L B Foster
84Menard USA
85Howard Concrete Pumping Company, Inc.
86H.W. Lochner, Inc.
87Flagger Force
88TyE Bar LLC
89American Engineers Group, LLC
90The Quikrete Companies
91KCI Technologies, Inc.
92ASC Group, Inc.
93The L.C. Whitford Company
94C.C Johnson & Malhotra, PC
95Schnabel Engineering
96Century Engineering, A Kleinfelder Company
97Equipment Corporation of America
98SAM Companies
99Sika Corporation
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101Harcon Corporation
102C.S. Davidson, Inc.
103
104Hoffman Diamond Products
105CONSOR Engineers LLC
106Dayton Superior Corp.
107Susquehanna Civil Inc.
108Wallace Montgomery
109Dewberry
110Arora and Associates, P.C.
111Acrow Bridge
112A.D. Marble
113ICE® - International Construction Equipment, Inc.
114High Steel Structures LLC
115Whitney Bailey Cox & Magnani, LLC
116Urban Engineers, Inc.
117HRV Conformance Verification Associates, Inc.
118Atlas Flasher & Supply Co, Inc
119The Lexis Group, LLC
120Young Galvanizing Inc.
121Vacmasters
122CDM Smith
123Traffic Planning and Design, Inc.
124NTM Engineering, Inc.
125Civil and Environmental Consultants
126McCormick Taylor
127Taylor Oil Company
128InfraMap Corp
129UNIQUE Paving Materials Corp.
130Contech Engineered Solutions
131
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134PennDOT
135GeoStabilization International
136Modified Concrete/ HTNE Hydro
137Superior Transparent Noise Barriers
138Pennsylvania Concrete Pipe Association
139Imperial Traffic & Data Collection
140Klaas Coatings North America LLC
141Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc.
142BL Companies
143P. Joseph Lehman, Inc., Consulting Engineers
144RETTEW Associates, Inc.
145GPI
146NEPA Crane & Hauling LLC
147Navarro & Wright Consulting Engineers, Inc.
148ATCS PLC
149JBC Associates, Inc.
150Bridge Grid Flooring Manufacturers Association
151Terra-Mechanics, Inc.
152Saxton & Stump
153Triad Metals
154Valmont Structures
155Skelly and Loy, Inc., A Terracon Company
156DLZ Pennsylvania, LLC
157Dawood Engineering, Inc.
158Drive Engineering
159EVB Towing Recovery Transport
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162French & Parrello Associates
163CJGeo
164Terra Insights
165
166Cooper Trading Inc.
167Tectonic Engineering Consultants, Geologists & Land Surveyors, D.P.C

The list may not accurately reflect booth availability at the time of registration. It will be updated as often as possible.

EXHIBITOR RULES & REGULATIONS

  1. Definition: The word “Association” shall refer to the Associated Pennsylvania Constructors, its officers and directors or employees acting on behalf of the Association in management of the conference and exhibits.
  2. Agreement: Each exhibitor, himself/herself and employees agrees to abide by these regulations and any further which may be established.
  3. Amendments: Any and all matters or questions not specifically covered by these rules and regulations shall be subject solely to the decision of the Association. The rules and regulations may be amended at any time by the Association provided that such amendments do not diminish substantially the rights now provided the exhibitor.
  4. Limitation of Liability-Indemnification: The exhibitor for itself, its successors and assigns hereby releases the Association from any and all claims of every sort it may have against the Association based upon, arising out of, or in connection with exhibitor’s occupancy and use of Trade Show premises, or any action or inaction of any nature of the Association in connection with or related to the Trade Show, including, but limited to: loss, theft, damage, destruction, or delay or non-delivery of goods, display material and other effects; any injury to exhibitor, its employees, agents, representatives or guests while in the Trade Show premises; any damage to exhibitor’s business by reason of the failure to provide space for the exhibit or removal of exhibit; failure to hold the Trade Show as scheduled. Exhibitor agrees to indemnify and hold forever harmless the Association from any and all damage, loss, liability, claim or expense (including legal fees) based upon, arising out of, or in connection with (i) the violation of any law or ordinance by the exhibitor, its employees, agents, representatives, guests or others holding under the exhibitor; (ii) failure by exhibitor or any such persons to comply with all applicable terms and conditions contained in these rules.
  5. Payments: Exhibit space is guaranteed to all registered and confirmed exhibitors provided that the registration forms and remittance are received by the Association at the time and date provided on the registration form.
  6. Defaults: If the space reserved for the exhibitor is not occupied by the time set for completion of displays (4:00 p.m.), Weds., Nov. 16, 2022, for indoor exhibits, that space will be considered possessed by the Association for whatever purpose it sees fit. The exhibitor shall remain liable for the full rental of the space. No refunds can be made unless the space is sold or transferred to another exhibitor acceptable to the exhibit management. No refunds will be made if cancellation is not received by Oct. 31, 2022.
  7. Space Assignments: The Association will assign space as registrations are received, on a first come, first served basis.
  8. Damage to Property: Exhibitors are liable for damage caused to building floors, walls, standard booth equipment, or other exhibitors’ equipment if caused by that exhibitor. This also applies to pavement surfaces for outdoor exhibits. Exhibitors may not apply paint, lacquer, adhesive or any other coating to building floors, pavement surfaces or to standard booth equipment.
  9. Relocation of Displays: The Association reserves the right to alter location of booths as shown on the official floor plan.
  10. Rejection of Displays: The Association reserves the right to reject with cause any exhibit or part of exhibit, or exhibitor or his representatives. Exhibitors should use good judgment, taste, and discretion in preparing displays.
  11. Fire Requirements: Exhibitors are reminded to be aware of all fire regulations when determining what materials to display.
  12. Booth Representatives: Booth representatives shall be owners, executives, representatives, or employees of exhibiting companies. Booth representatives shall wear proper badge identification furnished by the Association at all times during exhibit hours. ALL BOOTH REPRESENTATIVES MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED. No person will be admitted to the exhibit area or conference events without registering.
  13. Shipping, Handling, Storage, Removal, Installation, Dismantling: HAND CARRIED MATERIALS ONLY may be brought into the hotel and self-carried to the exhibit area. Any exhibit which cannot be hand carried must be shipped through the exhibit contractor at a charge. Any material shipped by common carrier to the Hershey Lodge WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED BY THE HOTEL.
  14. Dismantling: No exhibitor may dismantle his display until the conclusion of the show (after 4:00 p.m.) on Thurs., Nov. 17, 2022. Exhibitors shall properly staff their booths during exhibit hours.
  15. Sound Devices: Mechanical reproduction of sound or music relating to an exhibit will be kept at a sufficiently low volume to as not to project beyond the confines of the exhibitor’s own booth.

 

CANCELLATION, REFUND, & SUBSTITUTION POLICY

APC hopes everyone who registers for the Fall Seminar will be able to attend; however, APC knows extenuating circumstances do occur. The APC Fall Seminar Cancellation, Refund & Substitution Policy will be as follows to assure consistency and is applicable to the annual APC Fall Seminar:
  • All Fall Seminar registrations (attendee and exhibitor) canceled on-line on or before October 31, 2022, is refundable but subject to a $50 administrative fee. No refunds will be granted for requests dated after October 31, 2022.
  • Registrants canceling on or after November 1, 2022, will not receive a refund. The refund and cancellation policy will not be waived. *Registration fees may be transferred to another individual; the invoice for the new registration will be revised to reflect the new registrant.
  • At this time, we do not foresee this but in the event, there are government/health or venue restrictions, and APC must cancel the Fall Seminar due to unforeseen circumstances, APC will refund the cost of registration. However, APC does not assume responsibility for any additional costs, charges, or expenses; to include, charges made for travel and lodging.
  • If the government/venue restrict attendance; the last exhibit booths to register will be the first to be eliminated. Those exhibit booths eliminated will receive a full refund.
*All cancellation and substitutions can be done through the online system by clicking Already Registered, enter your email and confirmation number, then click Modify. If you are having difficulties making changes, contact Lisa Sagan at (717) 238-2513 ext. 109.
 
APC regrets that refunds will not be given for non-shows. Substitutions are gladly accepted. A transfer of your full registration is permitted prior to the conference by going to the online registration system submitting or by written request to lsagan@pacconstructors.org.
 
Onsite transfers must be accompanied by proof of the original confirmation. The individual submitting the transfer request is responsible for all financial obligations (any balance due) associated with that substitution. Badge sharing, registration splitting, and reprints are strictly prohibited.