Gearing Up for the 2022 Dallas Build Expo with STC

If you’re looking to learn everything you can about the construction industry and related industries, you’ll want to attend the 2022 Dallas Build Expo. Just what is the 2022 Dallas Build Expo? It’s one of the top trade shows in the nation for construction contractors and our team at STC is excited to help you gear up for the event here:

What You Need to Know About the 2022 Dallas Build Expo

Slated for March 16-17 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, the 2022 Dallas Build Expo features an extensive list of exhibitors as well as valuable classes on everything from Selling in the Covid Era to better marketing techniques to concrete imaging radar. You can still register for the event here:

Attend a Class Directed by STC

Our very own Daniel James will be leading a class at the Build Expo on cultivating a strong safety culture in your workplace. From 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 16, Daniel will leverage his 21 years of industry experience to walk through the importance of safety culture. Join us while we talk about our biggest passion, preserving human life in the workplace!

Extensive Networking Opportunities

By attending the Build Expo, you’ll get to network with thousands of construction industry leaders and gain connections and insights to further improve the success of your business. Along with unrivaled networking opportunities, you’ll find exhibits fitting almost every niche in the industry. You’ll be able to learn more about everything from the latest in construction technology to tools, trucks, and safety equipment to waste management and window treatment.

Visit With STC

Safety is always a major concern in the construction industry, and promoting safety in the workplace is what Safety Training & Compliance is all about. Promoting a safe workplace is why we attend the Build Expo. You can visit with the STC team to learn more about our managed safety services and safety training and how we can benefit your company.

We offer an extensive range of training programs and courses from updating you on how to stay compliant with OSHA regulations and guidelines to preventing falls in the workplace. To find out more about us, you can speak with a safety consultant at the Build Expo, contact us anytime, or follow our blog here.

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