A view of Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre at night.

London’s historic conference facility, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre (QEIICC), was getting tired. It wasn’t originally built as a commercial facility and, as such, had undergone haphazard upgrades since its opening in 1986.

Now, a three-phase, $13.7-million upgrade by architects Allford Hall Monaghan and Morris is freshening up the venue. Not only will the July and August renovations make the venue’s des...


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