Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC), which is the largest MICE venue operator in the region, revealed plans to construct a 15,500 square metre expansion.
The plan will consider the available multipurpose indoor event and exhibition facility and capacity to more than 122,000 square metres in the course of a continued increase in demand for new shows.
Neighboring to the existing Zabeel Hall complex, three new halls will be known as Zabeel 4, 5 and 6, in which will create the expansion beyond Halls 1, 2 and 3.
Structure is approximated to begin later this month with the new place developing into equipped from the first quarter of 2016.
The Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing director general, Helal Saeed Almarri in his capability as the CEO of Dubai World Trade Centre averred that Dubai is already established as a primary events destination internationally, and additional progress of the DWTC complex allows to position themselves as a prevailing force in the worldwide events delivery dome.
DWTC have witnessed robust annual progress, an upsurge in excellence visitor footfall, and increase in space demand from top-tier exhibitors across all main trade-shows and the tactical divisions within the calendar. This stability and reliability in performance in the perspective of a very sluggish global economy has had an extremely positive impact, fuelling increase in the Emirate’s share of the international MICE market.
The three new halls will include four meeting rooms, be self-reliant to lodge their own VIP majlis areas and organizer offices, and have a committed set of services and amenities like food and beverage stores, medical service zones and others.
In addition to the extension, there will be a new 300-space car park area with the suppleness to be modified into a 6,000 square metre tented provisional event section strengthening capacity when needed.