Mobile Hydraulics Courses at ICUEE 2013 | Construction News

The latest from ICUEE 2013-The Demo Expo: new mobile hydraulics courses join a growing roster of industry education at the show to provide attendees more options to fit their specific learning needs.

ICUEE, the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition, will be held Oct. 1-3, 2013 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky.,

For 2013 we’ve gathered together more industry perspectives and input; ICUEE is already known as a top-quality show and the result will be an even more well-rounded industry event,” stated Show Director Sara Truesdale Mooney.

Most of the equipment on display at ICUEE uses hydraulics for most or all of its power and motion. For ICUEE 2013, two mobile hydraulics courses will be offered, both conducted by a professional, certified instructor and presented by Hydraulics & Pneumatics magazine. One course teaches attendees the basics of hydraulics — principles, components, and systems. The other course explores essential concepts to ensure that hydraulic systems operate at peak efficiency and reliability.

The iP Utility Safety Conference & Expo returns to ICUEE 2013; it’s the utility industry’s leading education event for safety, training and operations professionals, produced by Incident Prevention Magazine.

And UCT-Underground Construction Technology is once again co-locating its quality educational programming at ICUEE related to underground construction and rehabilitation infrastructure.

Attendees can also take advantage of these new education co-locations at ICUEE 2013, previously announced:

  • Asset Management Symposium from the Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP) – its annual forum sharing new and innovative solutions for fleet asset management
  • Cured-in-Place Pipe Good Practices course from the North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT), geared to both experienced and new-to-the-field trenchless professionals

ICUEE is held every two years and covers more than one million net square feet of exhibits of the latest equipment, technologies, products and services related to utility construction and rehabilitation. It is known for extensive hands-on equipment demonstrations in job-like conditions. The show serves an audience of utility professionals and utility construction contractors in the electric, telecommunications, cable, water, wastewater, and natural gas sectors. 


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