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India’s largest convention centre is like this

On September 17, the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi “cut the ribbon” of the International Convention & Expo Centre in Dwarka (IICC), which he himself named “Yashobhoomi”, a word that mixes Hindi and Sanskrit and means “The Land of Pride”.

It was a spectacular event with great social repercussions, which was also attended by several ministers and government secretaries. An unforgettable inauguration of the first phase of what will be, among other things, the largest exhibition center in India and South Asia.

The IICC is the result of IDOM being awarded winner of the international call for proposals issued by DMICDC (Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation) in January 2017. The project consists of two phases already planned, a first phase, the inaugurated one, and a second phase to be tendered and constructed shortly.

Conceived as an anchor project for the country’s future development and strategically located next to the airport, the development comprises 90 hectares of a mixed-use complex integrating exhibition spaces (403,000 m²), a convention center (73,200 m²), offices (236,000 m²), hotels (339,000 m²), commercial spaces (156,000 m²), a multipurpose pavilion with capacity for 20,000 people (64,200 m²), housing and more than one million square meters of parking space, in addition to all infrastructure. Once completed, the IICC will total almost 2.5 million square meters of built area.

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