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The China National Convention Center, Phase 2 (CNCC-II) which served as the Main Media Center (MMC) for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, is on track to begin its next role as China’s premier international convention centre.


Located in the heart of the Beijing Olympic Central Precinct, CNCCII is surrounded by Beijing’s iconic Olympic landmarks – the Beijing National Stadium (Bird’s Nest), National Aquatic Center (The Water Cube) and National Speed Skating Oval. Scheduled to open in early 2025, CNCCII will be a smart venue designed to adapt to the changing customer needs.

CNCCII’s technological team is aim to create a fully integrated technological capability, which will help form a smart venue framework to deliver new and better experiences for event organisers and visitors.

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“Technology will be central to every interaction at CNCCII – from marketing & selling the center to planning & hosting events to the ultimate visitor experience,” says Rod Kamleshwaran, pre-opening consultant of CNCCII.

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CNCC-II has used a full life cycle BIM application throughout the construction period. With the finest information granularity of forward BIM design, the usage of BIM in CNCCII is considered one of the most versatile applications among the projects currently under construction in China. BIM provides an intelligent digital representation of buildings to support diverse activities. It was used in the design, architecture and construction phases and will play a synergistic role in the whole life cycle of CNCCII.