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Canadian Concrete Expo ready to rock

By Adam Freill   

Concrete Construction Skills Development

New dates, same location for Canada’s fastest growing construction trade show.

The Canadian Concrete Expo is set to take place May 18 to 19 at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ont.
(Photo courtesy of 2020 Exhibitions)

After an extra-long COVID-related break, the fourth annual Canadian Concrete Expo (CCE) is now just days away.

Canada’s national trade show dedicated to the concrete construction industry is returning to the Greater Toronto Area when it lands at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ont., on May 18 and 19, and event organizers are promising to make up for lost time.

After seeing a 30 per cent increase in attendance in 2020, Stuart Galloway, president of 2020 Exhibitions, the organizer of the show, is expecting more than 6,000 attendees to hit the 250,000 square feet of show floor at this year’s show.

“It has been realized by a lot of exhibiting companies that by having the break due to COVID where they couldn’t do trade shows for two years, the real value of these shows has shown through,” he says. “Demand from our side has been really high. We’re excited to showcase a great variety of products for concrete applications.”


The show is an ideal environment to source new suppliers, reconnect with current providers, find real business solutions and build partnerships. CCE is a must attend for those in the industry looking to maintain and build contacts, and to be educated in Canada’s diverse and changing concrete construction industry.

“The Canadian Concrete Expo puts on an event that can’t be replicated in the digital world,” says Galloway. “Beginning last spring, our team looked at several digital-only and hybrid event models for 2021 but decided nothing but a face-toface event will provide the value our exhibitors and attendees have come to expect.”

This year’s show will provide attendees with the ability to engage with more than 300 exhibitors, network with more than 7,000 attendees, and to take in more than 30 live presentations covering in-depth industry topics and product demonstrations.

Discussions will range from technical to operations, such as the use of fibreglass in the insulated concrete form industry and how to develop an effective training program.

Technology sessions will include a walk-through of Procore’s platform and an introduction to Hilti’s Jaibot construction robot. “We’re looking forward to a fabulous show and are very optimistic that it’s going to be well attended and very successful to all,” adds Galloway.

Canadian Concrete Expo is the only national trade show in Canada dedicated to the concrete, aggregates and construction industries. The show will be following COVID-19 safety protocols, which are regularly updated on the Canadian Concrete Expo website.

To stay up to date on the latest exhibitors, demonstrations, education sessions and safety protocols, visit www.canadianconcreteexpo.com.



Wednesday May 18, 2022

9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Thursday May 19, 2022

9 a.m. to 3 p.m.


The International Centre

6900 Airport Road

Mississauga, ON L4V 1E8

Show Entrances:

Hall 2 & 4




Want to know what to inquire about from the manufacturers and service providers exhibiting at Canadian Concrete Expo 2022? Why not start with these products?

(Photo: Hoskin)

There are a lot of variables to consider when deciding what solution to use for monitoring concrete temperatures. Hoskin Scientific carries a full line of products for any size pour, each with its own unique advantages. Whether you require maturity, remote monitoring or a simple low-cost solution, the company has a wealth of experience to assist you in selecting the appropriate product.
Booth: 2473

(Photo: Husqvarna)

Weighing in at 11.5 kg, the battery-powered BV 30i from Husqvarna can be used indoors, operates on batteries that fit other Husqvarna products, and is compatible with all existing BV 30 screed profiles. The interchangeable blades allow the user to make use of five different working widths. The cordless, lightweight unit operates with low vibrations and does not emit direct exhaust fumes. Two chargers are available, the QC330 and the QC500 fast charger.
Booth: 2535

(Photo: Brafasco)

Brafasco’s easy-to-navigate digitized Concrete Solutions product guide focuses on the key commercial concrete markets. The guide introduces the construction sectors, followed by a streamlined, to-the-point fundamental product listing of products used on all common jobsites. Businesses can realize a range of options likely not considered in the past when planning their next project.
Booth: 2245

(Photo: Dewalt)

Designed for heavy-duty demolition, concrete, and masonry work, the Dewalt 60V Max 22 lb. cordless SDS Max Chipping Hammer is designed to break down dense concrete with up to 19.4 joules of impact energy. The hammer can tackle horizontal or downward chipping for mid-to-lower wall and flooring tasks and is also ideal for demanding highway jobs. The midweight 60V Max 15 lb. cordless SDS Max Chipping Hammer delivers up to 10.5 joules of impact energy.

Booth: 2560

(Photo: MAPEI)

MAPEI’s Mapefibre synthetic fibres for concrete are designed to reduce or eliminate the need for steel reinforcement. Micro-synthetic fibres can be added to mitigate plastic shrinkage cracking, while macro-synthetic fibres add tensile strength and flexural toughness in post-cracking conditions. The company’s technical services team is available to help with a full range of services, from structural calculations to the analysis of customized packaging, as well as on-site technical assistance and lab testing.
Booth: 2561

(Photo: Amvic)

Insulated Concrete Form (ICF) and expanded polystyrene (EPS) insulation building materials manufacturer Amvic has introduced Amrad, an insulated under-slab depressurization panel and a key component in a radon gas mitigation system. The panelized solution uses a unique channel design, void percentage, film, and foam density to create a strong and durable panel that gives builders the ability to build an insulated concrete slab while meeting radon building code requirements that improve indoor air quality for occupants.
Booth: 2272

(Photo: Gomaco)

The Gomaco CC-1200e electric curb machine is equipped with a 48 VDC lithium-ion battery pack. The paver has enough power for a full day of paving but produces zero-exhaust emissions and zero engine noise. The machine features the company’s exclusive G+ radio remote control system that puts all machine operations in the hands of the operator. It has the ability to slipform a 24-inch (610 mm) radius, with mould positioning possible on either side of the machine.
Booth: 2339

MX FUEL™ Vibratory Screed

The new MX Fuel Vibratory Screed is the latest addition to Milwaukee Power Tools’ MX Fuel Equipment System, providing a dedicated equipment solution to concrete contractors. Engineered to deliver enough power to pull a 16-foot bar without the use of gas, and to offer two hours of run-time per charge with a 12-foot bar, the vibratory screed is designed to reduce user frustrations while meeting power requirements and exceeding runtime needs.
Booth: 2355

(Photo: Somero)

Offering 360-degree machine rotation, a 25-foot (7.62 m) telescopic boom, and a choice of pivoting screed heads, the S-28EZ from Somero targets high quality and production rates with unsurpassed maneuverability. Its customized Oasis laser control system is intuitive to operate and can be upgraded as technology advances. A redesigned, EZ Clean Head is designed to reduce clean-up time and improve long-term maintenance. Options include, but are not limited to, 12- or 14-foot head widths, roller plows, spray bars and the Somero Floor Levelness System.
Booth: 3711

(Photo: Max USA)

An alternative to hand tying, the TwinTier from Max USA is designed to provide up to 5,000 ties per charge and take approximately a half-second per tie, reducing tying times as well as wear and tear on installers handling rebar tying operations. Use of the machine is designed to be efficient, while reducing the risk of developing musculoskeletal disorders from the repetitive motion involved in the job of tying rebar.
Booth: 2719

(Photo: Hoskin)

Whether assessing a new build or aging infrastructure, Hoskin Scientific offers cutting edge technology on in a wide range of concrete inspection tools. As the Proceq/Screening Eagle distributor in Canada for more than 30 years the company has expertise in GPR, ultrasonics, corrosion mapping, and much more.
Booth: 2473





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