With major construction projects popping up across Australia at a rapidly increasing rate, landscaping will play a significant role, and there has never been a more crucial time to utilise the best resources and equipment to meet demand.
The latest equipment will be on display at the free-to-attend exhibition at National Construction Equipment Convention (NCEC), running from 15-17 November in Sydney. Running alongside the exhibition of more than 100 major brands will also be a conference discussing solutions to the biggest challenges in civil construction.
The multidisciplinary event will feature global launches and unveiling of world first machinery and equipment, a demo pit to see heavy machinery in action, an expert speaker lineup, multiple networking opportunities, and a ‘Tech Show Zone’ – arming attendees with the latest information needed to improve their day-to-day and future operations.
The NCEC will host the newest construction equipment and breakthrough technologies from more than 100 major brands, including:
- Event sponsors Tutt Bryant Equipment and MB Crusher
- Toyota Material Handling Australia
- Clark Equipment (Bobcat and Doosan)
- Atlas Heavy Engineering
- CJD Volvo
- Hitachi Construction Machinery
Equipment company Caterpillar will present a world-first launch of new models that will introduce technology and functionality never seen before in the industry.
Sponsor Tutt Bryant will also be celebrating its 80th birthday at the event. On 15 November at its stand (G04), Tutt Bryant will have exclusive access to the exhibition floor for a special birthday celebration.
The NCEC conference program will also highlight project opportunities for the civil infrastructure construction sector and how to achieve successful project delivery outcome.
The lineup includes speakers from the Australian Constructors Association, BIS Oxford Economics, Skills Oz, GHD, Airsight Australia, Komatsu, Industry Capability Network, Mills Oakley, PwC, BOP Industries, Fulton Hogan, Immerse Virtual Reality, and more.
The National Construction Equipment Convention (NCEC) is running from 15-17 November at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park.