A short drive from the International Airport and convenient to area hotels, the state-of-the-art South Hall provides over 100,000 square feet of continuous space and 82,000 feet of column-free exhibit space, as well as its own 500-space covered parking garage, in addition to meeting rooms and a 20,000+ square foot lobby and pre function area. North Hall and East/West Hall provide an additional 50,000+ of flexible exhibit, meeting, and banquet space.
Located in Downtown Mobile, Alabama, the Mobile Civic Center showcases three facilities under one roof – an Arena, a Theater and an Exposition Hall and is proudly managed by SMG. In nearly continual use year-round, the 400,000 square-foot building plays host to an impressive lineup of conventions, trade shows, performing arts and sports.
The beautiful, state-of-the-art Mobile Convention Center, located on the water in the heart of downtown Mobile, is one of the premier convention centers in the country. Winner of numerous architectural awards, the Mobile Convention Center takes full advantage of an exclusive waterfront setting.
The Dena’ina Civic and Convention Center, located in the heart of Anchorage, offers nearly 200,000 square feet of thoughtfully-designed, flexible event space. The largest, most modern facility of its kind in the state, Dena’ina is ideal for events from national conventions and tradeshows to local meetings, banquets and special occasions.
The William A. Egan Civic & Convention Center offers more than 85,000 square feet of affordable, highly-configurable meeting, exhibit and pre-function space in the heart of downtown Anchorage. A generation of Alaskans have come together at the Egan Center to do business, network, celebrate and be entertained; with the completion of an almost $3 million upgrade in 2009, the Egan Center has been renewed for 2010 and beyond.
Inspired by the hues of the Sonoran Desert and the cool tones of the Arizona sky, the Phoenix Convention Center welcomes visitors with natural light streaming in from dramatic architecture reminiscent of the Grand Canyon. Giant canopies jut over Third Street connecting the West and North buildings creating a canyon-effect that provides an expanse of shade. Each building offers its own unique character while drawing from Arizona’s colorful landscape.