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Mice Net : June 2009
brisbane The buildinG conTinues… and we have the latest update. better? With an extension of course! The construction on Grey Street continues and when it’s completed will offer five levels of pristine boutique convention and event space. The $130 million expansion is scheduled to open in mid 2011, and will boost the existing facilities by 50 per cent. Once the extension is completed, the BCEC will be the only meeting facility in Australia that offers three stand-alone plenary halls, which will be able to host up to 8000 delegates. BCEC GM Robert O’Keeffe said the new building will provide greater flexibility in accommodating events of different sizes at the one time. “The new development will strengthen the centre’s position in an increasingly competitive global market and will enhance Brisbane’s growing international profile and existing strong appeal as a leading destination for business events,” he said. For more information about the convention spaces available go to www.bcec.com.au. T he Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC) is an event planner’s dream. With the latest technology, attentive staff, flexible and modern facilities, how can it possibly get BCEC updatE story By johanna mc kinnon mice.net 65