Visit ECP at World of Concrete 2020
ECP’s products, innovations, and expertise will be on display at the 2020 World of Concrete exhibition in Las Vegas.
More than 60,000 Industry Professionals Attend Vegas Show
Annually, the World of Concrete brings more than 60,000 industry professionals from around the world to the Las Vegas Convention Center for a four-day showcase and event.
The industry show attracts approximately 1,500 exhibiting companies and occupies more than 700,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor exhibit space.
Attendees have a chance to watch demonstrations, network with their peers, see new products and equipment, meet with industry suppliers and preview new and innovative products.
The 2020 World of Concrete will be Feb. 4-7 in Las Vegas. ECP will be located in the convention center’s South Hall in Booth S-12155.
The South Hall is dedicated to companies and products offering concrete repair and demolition solutions.
ECP Will Showcase Products & Expertise
Earth Contact Products (ECP) is a manufacturer/distributor of steel foundation piers, piles, and anchors. ECP manufactures helical piles, resistance piers, plate anchors and helical tiebacks and soils nails.
All products are designed and engineered to perform. Whether you need to underpin an existing foundation or place piles under a new construction foundation, ECP has the solution for your project.
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