Hardscape North America

2016-10-19 - 2016-10-21
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(812) 949-9200
co-located with GIE+EXPODistributor/Dealer Day ? Oct. 22 | All Attendees ? Oct. 23-24, 2014
Hardscape North America is for installers, owners, foremen, supervisors and key laborers. HNA began in 2007 and has grown every year since. Its focus is to bring top notch education including certification courses, products and technology to contractors and installers who build segmental pavements and segmental retaining walls. Indoor and outdoor exhibits displaying state of the art tools and products will befeatured, offering the latest technology for contractors. Seminars offering certification, business skills and marketing tools provide valuable education and networking opportunities.
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Who Should Attend? Hardscape Contractors Distributors Landscape Contractors Landscape Planners and Design Professionals Facility Managers Golf Course Professionals
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What You Will Find at HNA? Clay brick pavers Compaction equipment Concrete pavers Concrete supplies Contractor business solutions Decorative aggregates Decorative stone Dust control Edging systems Fence systems Gazebos Geo-textile and geo-grid suppliers Grills/amenities for outdoor kitchens Handsaws and hand tools Lighting systems Natural and pre-cast stone Paver and block saws Pond and irrigation systems Retaining wall systems Safety equipment Sealants and adhesives Sealers and stabilizers Segmental retaining wall licensors Skid steer loaders and forklifts Small/medium tractors Software and computer systems Survey equipment suppliers Table saws Trucks and trailers Wheelbarrow companies

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