Experience the 2016 Uponor Connections Convention…Where Uponor Begins with You!
Please join us March 30 through April 1, 2016 at the Bellagio in Las Vegas.
This industry-leading event is designed for professionals who install, design and specify PEX plumbing, fire safety, radiant heating/cooling, hydronic piping and pre-insulated piping systems.
Attending this biennial event offers professionals the opportunity to share best practices and fresh new ideas while engaging in informative educational breakout sessions and product demonstrations in our expo area.
Complimentary transportation shuttles between the McCarran airport, Terminal 1 and the Bellagio Las Vegas have been arranged on Wednesday, March 30 and Friday, April 1, 2016. Shuttles will depart every half hour. On Wednesday, March 30 the first shuttle will depart the airport at 8:00 AM. The last shuttle will depart the airport at 3:30 PM. Uponor staff will meet you in the baggage claim area of Terminal 1. Once you have your luggage you will be directed to proceed down the escalator to ground or "zero level", where exclusive Uponor shuttles will be waiting to transfer you to the Bellagio Las Vegas. On Friday, April 1, Uponor shuttles will be waiting outside of the front entrance of The Bellagio. The first shuttle will depart the Bellagio at 8:00 AM and the last shuttle will depart the Bellagio at 12:30 PM. If you are traveling outside of the above dates/times mentioned above you will be responsible for your own ground transportation. Taxis are available at the airport for approximately $30.00 USD . Shuttle service is also available for approximately $15.00 USD per person. Should you prefer to rent a car, several rental agencies are located at the airport. Valet and self-parking are available at the Bellagio for a per day fee. All transportation and parking charges will be at your own expense.
How Do I Receive My PDH's?
Anyone that is registering as an Engineer will automatically receive a PDH certificate at the end of convention. If you have questions and/or concerns, please contact Cassie Schmid.