This broad based expo - now in its 56th year - caters to local government engineers, works personnel and contractors involved in all aspects of construction.
CIVENEX offers much more than earthmoving equipment and construction. Visitors can speak to company representatives about everything associated with public and private civil works and infrastructure.
“This year, people involved in all aspects of civil and private construction will appreciate the great opportunity to see demonstrated the latest in electronic systems and new technologies, materials and processes', said organiser, Frank Sticka.
"There's always something new. For example, contractors who have to work in rocky sites can see Earthmoving Attachment Tools' rock saws for block extracting in quarries or trenching, grabs, rippers, drills, fork tynes and vibrating cable ploughs.
"Equipment such as Vacjet's Tornado vacuum trailer and skid mounted range always attracts interest for tasks such as drilling mud, sewer pumping, hydro excavation and drain cleaning.
"This year, the equipment demonstration area has been expanded, so if you're in the market for some new gear - here's the place to check it out", Frank said.
CiVEnEx 2012 entry is free for visitors. It is being held on Wednesday and Thursday, May 16 and 17 at the Sydney Dragway, Eastern Creek, in Western Sydney.
Visitors can save time by pre-registering at www.civenex.com/register