Advancements at HKCEC progress

Completion planned in early 2024

Gwen Kaufmann, m+a - Thursday, August 8, 2019    


The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC), managed by Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (Management) Limited (HML), is continuing its five-year advancement project. The stage that started on June 29, 2019 covers the Convention Hall, Theatres, Foyers and Hall3 FG in Phase I. Audio system, air handling units, water pipes and fire services installations will be upgraded. Carpets, operable partitions and wall fabrics will be replaced. Toilets and ancillary rooms will be refurbished. Subsequent stages will cover other facilities in the rest of the HKCEC. Upon completion in early 2024, the HKCEC will provide an even more comfortable, efficient and safer environment for all HKCEC users. The entire Wi-Fi system has already been updated and setting up of 5G infrastructure has also started. As soon as 5G spectrum is assigned by the Hong Kong Government, visitors to the HKCEC from worldwide can immediately enjoy the service. Ms Monica Lee-Müller, HML's Managing Director, said, "At HML, we take great pride in the architectural splendour, the dramatic location and high quality construction and fitting out of the showpiece venue we manage. In line with the spirit of 'Breakthrough. Advance Together', HML is committed to upkeep the HKCEC as a world class venue."


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