Drone shot of the NZICC construction site Drone shot of the NZICC construction site

Open for business in 2019, the New Zealand International Convention Centre is starting to take shape.

More than 2300 ton of steel has been erected so far, out of approximately 8000 ton in total,  and 2/3rd of the exhibition floor steel is in place.

Concrete has also been poured for 1/3rd of the level 3 halls, and lower carpark levels, which covers an area of 27,500m2 and amounts to around 4,700m3 of concrete poured to date.

The four levels of carparks – which you can access from Nelson street are almost complete too. Once finished, there will be 34 meeting and breakout spaces across four levels, 8,100m2 of divisible and multi purpose exhibition space and a hall that can hold  400 3m x 3m exhibition booths.

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