Standard booth construction includes 8’ high back NexxtWall, 36” high side NexxtWall, and standard booth sign at no charge. All additional equipment is available in the Exhibitor Service Manual, which will be emailed to all exhibitors who are paid-in-full.
Booth carpeting is mandatory, must cover the entire space, and is the responsibility of the exhibiting company.
Exhibitors are required to keep their booths clean at all times. Cleaning request forms will be included in the Exhibitor Service Manual.
Carpet and Drape
The decorator will be using carpet and NexxtWall to divide the booths.
Construction of the Exhibit Booth
Please keep in mind that you are responsible for:
- constructing your booth within IDWeek guidelines
- maintaining a professional appearance
- ordering carpet, furniture, displays, and cleaning services for your exhibit
If any booth is deemed unsafe or unsightly, IDWeek staff will ask the exhibitor to correct it at the exhibitor’s expense.
Hanging Signs and Banners
Island booth exhibiting companies may hang signs or banners. The maximum height for signs and banners is 19’ and must not block any IDWeek signage. The decorator will provide riggers to load, unload, deliver machinery, un-skid, position, and re-skid all machinery, and operate forklifts to install and dismantle exhibit booth header signs.
In-Line and Corner Booths
In-line booths may not exceed 8’ in height, including signage. All construction is restricted to a height of 48” in the front 5’ of the booth and 8’ in the rear 5’. NexxtWall will extend across the back of the booth at a height of 8’ and will extend between the booths at a height of 36”.
An island booth is defined as a booth of 20’ x 20’ or larger, with aisles on all four sides. Island booths may extend to a height of 19’. Full use of the floor space is permitted; however, the design of the booth must allow accessibility from all four aisles and have sufficient see-through and walk-through areas so as not to block the view of adjacent exhibits. Cross-aisle carpeting is not permitted. Demonstration areas may not extend to the aisle line of the exhibit, and must allow for space for visitors.
Line of Sight
Every design should allow for adequate sight lines to other spaces and to the aisles.
The decorator will supply a standard booth sign, 7” x 44”, with the company name and booth number. Sign service will also be available on site at the Exhibit Service Center in the exhibit hall. No sign may be placed outside the booth area, in doorways, hallways, or aisles.