Busy summer at the QEIICC

Despite the
government putting Westminster’s Queen Elizabeth
II Conference Centre up for sale, the central London conference centre is continuing to
invest over £1
million in updating its interior.

The main
registration foyer has been entirely refurbished and features new energy
efficient lighting, new registration desks, new décor and carpets. Artwork has
been commissioned featuring notable London architectural scenes.  This work follows
the recent renewal of all soft furnishing throughout the centre and investment
in a digital signage
system, new stage
lighting in the Whittle conference room and a new energy efficient computer
system to control the air conditioning and heating
systems.

Chief
executive, Ernest Vincent, says: “Our programme of summer works clearly
demonstrates an intention to maintain The QEIICC as a modern, efficient and
entirely up to date conference centre in a very special location. Our clients
can continue to feel confident about delivering a first class experience for
their delegates, speakers and the numerous high profile speakers that their
events attract. I am certain clients will welcome the improvements we have
made.”

Paul Colston

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Paul Colston

Managing Editor, Conference News & Conference & Meetings World.

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