De Vere East Midlands Conference Centre set to undergo £2million refurbishment

January 20th, 2020

The De Vere East Midlands Conference Centre (EMCC) on University Park campus has announced a major refurbishment to begin at the end of January.

More than £2million is being invested to reinvigorate the award-winning conference facility which will be unveiled at the end of Spring 2020. The project, which is set to modernise the venue with state-of-the-art design and equipment including an impressive video wall, comes as the conference centre celebrates its 35th anniversary.

The three month-long refurbishment programme will include the remodelling of the venue’s atrium area creating a collaborative space. The design concept is a subtle celebration of Nottinghamshire and the University’s culture.

The refreshed meeting rooms and banqueting spaces will enrich delegate experience alongside the installation of cutting edge audio-visual technology.

The project will also include featured artwork created by a local Nottingham-based artist commissioned in conjunction with the Lakeside Art’s Centre.

The EMCC will be closed while refurbishment work takes place during February and March, with the project due for completion in late spring, 2020.

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