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Liverpool event campus
|Type||Exhibition and Conference Centre|
|Location||Kings Dock, Liverpool, England|
|Opening||22 May 2008|
|Owner||Liverpool City Council|
|Design and construction|
|Structural engineer||Buro Happold|
ACC Liverpool is a multipurpose arena and convention centre (ACC) on the former Kings Dock, Liverpool, England. Opened in May 2008, it is part of Liverpool event campus - an interconnected arena, convention and exhibition centre - positioned on the banks of Liverpool's world heritage waterfront.
In 2016, the 4* Pullman Liverpool Hotel was opened, offering luxury accommodation with its 216 bedrooms.
The building, designed by Wilkinson Eyre, Sport Concepts and Buro Happold, has a 3,725 square metre multipurpose hall on the ground floor, with a 1,350 capacity auditorium and 21 break out rooms above.
Large events can take advantage of the Liverpool event campus' interconnected facilities. By using the connecting lower Galleria, it is possible to extend exhibitions into the arena's 3,400m2 open floor area. This gives a total exhibition floor space of 7,125m2.
Exhibition Centre Liverpool, connected by a covered bridge, gives an additional 8,100m2 of multi-purpose exhibition space. The exhibition centre is also linked internally to the onsite 4* Pullman Liverpool hotel.
The John Lennon Peace Monument is on the waterfront adjacent to ACC Liverpool.
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