Wednesday, Nov. 14

  • Set-up: 2:00 – 5:30 p.m.
  • Icebreaker Reception: 5:45 – 7:00 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 15

  • Continental Breakfast 7:30 – 9:30 a.m.
  • Luncheon: 11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
  • Break: 2:45 – 3:30 p.m.
  • Tear-down: After 3:30 p.m.

(Exhibits are open all day Thursday with specific times designated for attendees to browse.)

Thank You to Our 2018 EXHIBITORS

1Rae-Lyn Enterprises, Inc.
2Rae-Lyn Enterprises, Inc.
3Vibra-Tech Engineers, Inc.
4Arrow Land Solutions
5ALL Crane Rental of PA
6ALL Crane Rental of PA
7Howard Concrete Pumping Co., Inc.
8Callahan Paving Products, Inc.
9Quality Engineering Solutions, Inc.
10RoadSafe Traffic Systems
11RoadSafe Traffic Systems
12Remington & Vernick Engineers Inc.
13Support of Excavation
14WSP USA Inc.
15Acrow Bridge
16Acrow Corporation of America
18Hunt Consulting & Testing Services, LLC
19Vector Corrosion Technologies Inc.
20McCrossin Foundations
21George L. Wilson Company, Inc.
22Cooper Trading, Inc.
23Mazzella Lifting Technologies
25Skyline Steel
28Dawood Engineering
29Navarro & Wright Consulting Engineers
30Pa Asphalt Pavement Association
31Larson Design Group
32STV Incorporated
33PENNSTRESS - A division of MacInnis Group, LLC
34KTA-Tator, Inc.
35Terre Hill Concrete Products
37Spec Formliners
38Northeast Prestressed Products, LLC
39Northeast Prestressed Products, LLC
40Royal Truck & Equipment, Inc.
41Menard Group USA
42The Reinforced Earth Company
43Strongstowns B&K Ent. Inc.
44Cleveland Brothers
45Quinn Consulting Services, Inc.
46Malick & Scherer, P.C.
47Harcon Corporation
48AC Miller Concrete Products, Inc.
49AC Miller Concrete Products, Inc.
50Widmer Engineering Inc.
51P. Joseph Lehman, Inc., Consulting Engineers
52Tunstall Engineering Group
53Rampart Hydro Services
54Pickering, Corts & Summerson
55Witman Engineers & Consultants, LLC
56Hall industries, Inc .
57TyE Bar LLC
58BDB Bridge
59Precasteel LLC. Inc.
60MH Corbin, LLC
61Modified Concrete/HTNE Hydro
62MMFX Technology, a CMC Company
63Envision Consultants Ltd.
64Wood's CRW Corp.
65Rev Drills & Sales
66Surveying And Mapping, LLC
67Hoffman Diamond Products
68JC Marketing and Sales, LLC
69V&S Galvanizing LLC
70High Steel Structures LLC
71SAI Consulting Engineers, Inc.
72L B Foster
73Whitman Requardt & Associates
74Stephenson Equipment
75Gibson-Thomas Engineering Co., Inc.
76HRV Conformance Verification Associates, Inc.
77Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc.
78Cherry, Weber and Asociates
79Labella Associates
80Quality Bridge & Fab, Inc.
81Groff Tractor
82Zurich North America
83Brayman Precast
84Haydon Bolts, Inc.
85Applied Research Associates, Inc.
86T.Y. Lin International
87Fisher Associates, P.E., L.S., L.A., D.P.C.
88Flagger Force
89DS Brown
90American Engineers Group, LLC
91KCI Technologies, Inc.
92PRIME AE Group, Inc.
94L.C. Whitford
95Geotech Services, Inc.
96Wallace Montgomery
97Insight Pipe Contracting, LLC
98Klaas Coatings (North America) LLC
99Armtec LP
100OGI Inc.
101Dynamic Surface Applications, LTD.
102Promatech, Inc.
103Silica Suppress
104Rue Environmental LLC
105EVB Towing-Recovery-Equipment Transport Incident Management Solutions
106Gatti Morrison Construction Service
107Contech Engineered Solutions
108Susquehanna Civil Inc.
110Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc.
111Lotus Environmental Consulting, LLC
113Traffic Planning and Design, Inc.
116Sanders Saws & Blades
119Young Galvanizing Inc.
120Trinity Highway Products, LLC
121Jobsite Products, Inc.
122A.D. Marble
123Sunbelt Rentals, Inc.
124NTM Engineering, Inc.
125ASC Group
126Pavilion Drainage Supply Co., Inc.
127I&I Sling / Slingmax Rigging Solutions
128Arora and Associates, P.C.
129Oldcastle Precast
130Taylor Oil Company
132GeoBuild, LLC
133Centre Concrete and Densi-Crete
134Lane Enterprises, Inc.
135Pexco LLC, Davidson Traffic Control Products
136LB Water / Tensar
137Milliken Infrastructure Solutions, LLC
138SWCA Environmental Consultants
139PennDOT Supportive Services Centers
141Schnabel Engineering
142Equipment Corporation of America
143Architectural Polymers, Inc.
146RGA, Inc.
147Cardno, Inc.
148Urban Engineers, Inc.
149JBC Associates, Inc.
150Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc.
151Terra-Mechanics, Inc.
152ACPA Pennsylvania Chapter
153Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association
154BCT Benefits, LLC
156UNIQUE Paving Materials Corp.
157A. Morton Thomas & Associates, Inc.
158Digging & Rigging, Inc.
159Pennsylvania Aggregates and Concrete Association
160HB Engineering, Inc.
161HNTB Corp.
162Pennsylvania Concrete Pipe Association
164Propex GeoSolutions
165Garvin Brown Construction Products
166Triad Metals Piling
167ICE - International Construction Equipment, Inc.
bold = Featured Exhibitor


All registration (delegate & exhibitor) cancellations and refund requests must be made in writing by October 31, 2018. A refund of all fees, minus a $50 administrative fee, will be given for cancellations received by that date. No refunds will be granted for requests dated after October 31, 2018. Submit all requests via email at jmulvihill@paconstructors.org. APC regrets that refunds will not be given for no-shows. Substitutions are gladly accepted. A transfer of your full registration is permitted prior to the conference by submitting a written request to jmulvihill@paconstructors.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.


  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 (5:30 p.m., Weds., Nov. 14, 2018 for indoor exhibits; 7:30 a.m., Thurs., Nov. 15, 2018 for outdoor 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, 2018.
  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 3:30 p.m.) on Thurs., Nov. 15. 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.
  16. Outdoor exhibitors will assume all risk in the event of inclement weather. There will be no refunds issued on the basis of weather conditions.