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The Tilt-Up Convention and Expo is the premiere event for the tilt-up concrete industry. Each year, the event brings together contractors, architects, engineers, developers, suppliers, manufactures and students interested in tilt-up construction for three days of education, networking, demos, tours, awards, entertainment, certification and much more. St. Louis, Missouri will be the host city in 2020. Save the date and check back here for additional information often.
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October 8-10, 2020

Day 1 - Tours, Opening Reception + Demo
Day 2 - General Education, Awards Gala
Day 3 - Design and Construction Track, Intl. Recep., Tours

Hyatt Regency St Louis at The Arch
315 Chestnut St
Saint Louis, Missouri 63102-1813
United States

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Convention Host Committee - St. Louis

The mission of this committee is to ensure the event is relevant to THIS market and THIS region. Additionally, this committee is charged with discovering, documenting and connecting the existing network of the region.


Barclay Gebel - Concrete Strategies, Inc.

Pat Moriarity - Concrete Strategies, Inc.

Gary Joe Hayden - HD Supply C & I White Cap

Amy Luchun - Lamar Johnson Collaborative

David Tomasula - LJB Inc.

Larry Valenza - M+H Architects

Mitch Bloomquist - Tilt-Up Concrete Association


Certified company - Certified company    Sustaining member - Sustaining member    Event sponsor - Event sponsor

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Situated at the confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, St. Louis is known for its baseball, beer and the Gateway Arch. It was already a 40-year-old river town when Thomas Jefferson signed the Louisiana Purchase and it’s where explorers Lewis and Clark began their westward trip in 1804. It was during the 1904 World’s Fair, held in the city's Forrest Park neighborhood, the world first saw electric plugs, the X-ray machine, and the ice cream cone. The same year, St. Louis was the first U.S. city, and only the third in the world, to host the modern Olympics. Today, St. Louis boasts a metropolitan GDP of more than $160 billion and is home to nine of the ten Fortune 500 companies based in Missouri.

Hyatt Regency St Louis at The Arch

Overlooking the iconic Gateway Arch, Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch is home base for the 2020 Tilt-Up Convention and Expo. Attendees will admire views of the iconic Gateway Arch from stylish rooms, meet in newly remolded ballrooms and enjoy several onsite restaurants including RED Kitchen, Ruth’s Chris Steak House and Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar.

Getting there

Centrally located in America’s heartland, St. Louis is an easy drive or quick flight away. St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL) sits just minutes from downtown with convenient access to interstates and the MetroLink light rail system. On average there are 250 daily departures from St. Louis to 70 non-stop destinations. Thirteen airlines, along with their affiliates and charter companies, offer service to/from St. Louis.