More stories about Las Vegas-Paradise, NV

  • Las Vegas hosts international construction exhibition

    As an industry gathering place for the worldwide construction industry, the CONEXPO–CON/AGG construction exposition provides exceptional educational and networking opportunities. The show—which takes place March 11–15 at the Las Vegas Convention Center—includes more than 2000 exhibitors.

  • A Construction Superstore Comes to Las Vegas

    The editors of CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION, MASONRY CONSTRUCTION, THE CONCRETE PRODUCER, and CONCRETE & MASONRY CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS, all sister publications to PUBLIC WORKS, have joined forces to gather products that comprise the most forward-thinking materials, tools, and equipment on the market.

  • Smart scanning

  • History Springs Eternal

    Las Vegas is one of the nation's fastest-growing cities, but it's located in a desert. Here's what the city is doing to make sure there is enough water to go around.

  • Smart Water

    Las Vegas is one of the nation's fastest-growing cities, but it's in the middle of the desert. Here's what the city is doing to make sure there's enough water to go around.

  • Water, water everywhere...

    In Nevada, where water is scarce and growth is at an all-time high, municipal and regional water departments are fighting over who gets access to new water sources and how much they can drain.

  • Rolling with the changes

  • World of Concrete's most innovative products

    Computer equipment, construction software, construction tools, and more -- the most innovative products of 2007, chosen from the thousands on display at the World of Concrete trade show, held Jan. 2007 in Las Vegas.

  • CONEXPO-CON/AGG products March 2005

    Right on the heels of World of Concrete, CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2005 lands at the Las Vegas Convention Center March 15–19. With more than 2300 exhibitors stretching over more than 1.85 million net square feet of exhibit space, the show offers an opportunity to view the latest construction and materials...

  • Nevada water plan boasts $2 billion price tag