This year’s World of Concrete brought the top professionals of commercial concrete and masonry construction industries to Las Vegas. In fact, World of Concrete is the only annual trade show dedicated to the commercial concrete and masonry construction industries. World of Concrete attracted over 55,000 concrete and masonry professionals by showcasing 1400 leading suppliers and over 110 specialized seminars and interactive workshops taught by top professionals from around the world. In addition to the seminars and workshops, leading suppliers at World of Concrete showcased innovative products, construction machinery, construction equipment, safety training courses, and new technology.

The show ran from February 2-5 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, which provides approximately 2 million square feet of exhibit space.

Rigid Lifelines® showcased a 20-foot by 30-foot booth featuring our Defy™ Self-Retracting Lanyards, Anchor Track™, and Evolve™ Full-Body Harnesses. Our Rigid Rail Anchor Track is our staple product. If you’re looking to upgrade an existing system, our virtually maintenance-free Anchor Track can be sold separately and comes standard with our Anchor Trolley™ technology. Our Anchor Trolley technology offers effortless movement, eliminates post-fall drift, increases self-rescue capability, and decreases impact forces with zero deflection. Our Defy Self-Retracting Lanyards use either galvanized steel or polyester webbing. Housed in light, durable casing, our Defy SRL’s are great for overhead fall arrest and for anyone working at height. Our Evolve Full-Body Harnesses are made of high tenacity polyester webbing that is both comfortable and heavy duty.

This year’s exhibitors displayed the most advanced products and technology in the industry along with the latest trends in the construction industry. To learn more about World of Concrete, please visit WorldofConcrete.com.

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