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About the Show:

Welcome to the 2023 Construction Rollforming Show presented by Shield Wall Media and Rollforming Magazine.

There is only one show dedicated to roll forming and metal forming light gauge metal for the construction industry. If you form panels, tubing, flashings, gutters or other similar products this is your show.

The educational programming, networking and exhibitors are tailored specifically to the manufacturers and manufacturing builders making these products.

 Learn to maintain and maximize the efficiency of your equipment
 Learn about coil and the raw materials you use
 Learn best practices
 See what is coming next in metal forming

The Construction Rollforming Show, like Rollforming Magazine, does not try to be everything to everyone. We serve a very specific audience, know their needs and serve it well.

If you form light gauge metal used in post frame, metal buildings, carports, metal roofs or gutters, you need to be here.

Pre-registered attendees are $50, including all of the educational programing.

PH: 920-216-3007
E: [email protected]

Show Hours:

Wednesday, September 27, 2023
Education Classes: 9am to 4:00pm
Exhibit Floor Hours: 12:30 to 5.30pm

Thursday, September 28, 2023
Education Classes: 9:00 to 11am
Exhibit Floor Hours: 8:30 to 12:30pm

Show Closing Hours:

Thursday, September 28, 2023

Exhibitor Installation Hours:

Tuesday, September 26, 2023
12:00 to 5.00pm

Wednesday, September 27, 2023
8:00am to 10:30am
*All Booths Must Be Completely
Set Up By 11:30am

Exhibit Removal Hours:

Thursday, September 28, 2023
1.30pm to 5:30pm

Entertainment for the Everyone While Attending the Show


Looking for an experience that has something for your whole family? Find it in Cincy. We’re a more bang-for-your-buck kind of city, simply bursting with affordable (and free) attractions and creative activities—you can make your Cincy adventure one that is perfect for all ages, groups, and budgets.

The iconic Cincinnati Museum Center boasts an incredible, interactive Children’s Museum, an IMAX Theater, and different rotating exhibits. The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden: need we say more? Meet our world-famous hippo family, including adorable siblings Fiona and Fritz. You’ll find thrills and fun just north of the city at Kings Island, home to one of only seven giga roller coasters in the world and a water park!

Start off your day with a stop on the doughnut trail or brunching on the local favorite sausage and oat dish, goetta. Then, there are rock climbing gyms, Top Golf, go-karting tracks, and public parks with biking and hiking trails—endless ways to fill your day with a uniquely Cincy excursion. In the evening, dine at one of our renowned restaurants, or sample locally brewed beer and locally distilled bourbon and spirits.

Moerlein Lager House (photo: Wendy Pramik)
Cincy's Food & Drink Culture Will Leave You Wanting Seconds!


From coneys piled high with Cincinnati chili and shredded cheese, to exquisite dishes from world-renowned chefs – the culinary scene in Cincy is diverse and delicious. Check out the local must-try staples: Cincinnati chili parlors (it’s a way of life!), decadent Graeter’s ice cream, Montgomery Inn Barbecue, and LaRosa’s Pizza. Outside of our regional favorites, you can dive into foodie heaven with unforgettable taco trucks, steaming bowls of Pho, homemade pasta, and flavorful Korean barbecue. You’ll want to arrive hungry.

In Cincy, we toast to tradition and trendsetting. This is where the storied history of Cincinnati beer brewing meets Kentucky bourbon distilling. Hop aboard a brewery bus tour and let an expert guide you, or get your passport stamped along the B-Line, the front porch to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.

MadTree Brewing Company (photo: MadTree Brewing)
Moerlein Lager House (photo: Wendy Pramik)
Get a Taste of Cincinnati Flavor

Restaurants in Cincy

From favorite local delicacies to trendy farm-to-table restaurants, the Cincy Region is making a name for itself as a foodie destination. USA Today even named the region one of the country's top small cities with a big food scene.

You might have heard about our famous chili. Chili’s more than a food around here–it’s a way of life. And yes, we serve it over spaghetti or on a Coney. You might not have heard of goetta. Here in the Cincy Region, we love goetta so much, we have a whole festival dedicated to it. You can thank our German heritage for that.

Cincy’s food scene isn’t one thing…in fact, it’s sort of ALL the things. With cuisine from all over the world and restaurant concepts from buzzworthy chefs, you’ll want to arrive hungry. Pull up a chair, grab a fork, and dig in. And don’t forget to pack your stretchy pants.

Fuel Up Before the Show!


Cincy's wide assortment of cafes and coffee shops are a lot like the city itself—eclectic, laidback, and always inviting. The Cincy Region has loads of bakeries, coffee shops, cafes and more. Stop by Instagram-famous Brown Bear Bakery for one of their incredible pastries or grab a latte and some locally sourced beans at Coffee Emporium. Whatever you’re looking for, there are lots of options for a quick bite or a good cup of coffee to get your day going. Check out the best coffee shops and cafes in Cincy.

Your Guide to Fun While Attending the Sow!


Your next Cincy adventure awaits. Download the digital visitor guide or click any of the links above and start planning a show with memorable things to see and do while attending the 2023 Construction Rollforming Show.

About Us

SHIELD WALL MEDIA LLC is your magazine network of Rural Builder; Metal Roofing Magazine; Frame Building News; Rollforming Magazine; Garage, Shed & Carport Builder; Roofing Elements; Metal Builder and other special issues: “The Idea Book” and Source Book. Subscribe below.


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Shield Wall Media (SWM) reserves the right to use photographs and videos taken at the Construction Rollforming Show (or any events produced by SWM) without the written permission of those included within the photograph/video. Photographs/videos may be included in, but not limited to, magazine articles, social media posts, brochures, and websites. Any person who does not wish to have their photo taken or distributed must contact Shield Wall Media and communicate their wishes in writing.