Nation’s largest annual gathering of public works professionals coming to NC
More than 6,000 professionals from the public and private sectors across the country will be converging on Charlotte for Public Works Expo (PWX) 2022.
The theme of the PWX 2022 conference, presented by the North Carolina chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA), is Ready and Resilient. From Aug. 28-31, the Charlotte Convention Center will be abuzz with more than 125 educational sessions, exhibitors, and opportunities to network with public works employees from North Carolina and throughout the United States. Special events include a golf tournament, brewery tour, a 5K, National Equipment Roadeo, and networking events for young professionals and rural community leaders.
WithersRavenel will be an exhibitor and sponsor of PWX 2022. Additionally, WithersRavenel Growth Officer Cameron Patterson is serving as the Fundraising Chairperson as APWA-NC prepares for the biggest public works conference to ever come to North Carolina. Our firm is a longtime supporter of APWA and PWX, and we can’t wait to see you in Charlotte. Come see us at Booth #8091!
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