The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre (QEIICC) in London announced an extensive refurbishment program to re-establish the wow factor — providing aesthetic and visual improvements with enhanced facilities to the building and facility environment.
Focused on enhancing the customer experience, the improvements will create a modern, quality and stylish environment as well as seeking to improve way finding. These works will have a significant impact on improving user and visitor perceptions, while stimulating client interest and business generation.
“The QEIICC was constructed to an exceedingly high standard – as a beacon of British excellence, design, ingenuity and craftsmanship – a jewel of the government of the day,” said Mark Taylor, CEO. “We have worked with specialists to create a master plan, focusing on the customer experience and on improving the delegate journey through the Centre.”
Programming for the improvements will include a refurbishment of the main entrance foyer, reception and registration areas, improved connectivity between the ground and first floors, replacement of all carpeted floor surfaces and replacement of all furniture.
The Conference Centre will close during late July and August – with all works complete by Sept. 2014.