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Delivery of the beleaguered NZICC has been pushed back again, this time to 2024.
The 2025 event is expected to attract 2500 delegates to Auckland.
Fire and Emergency NZ has been advised to review strategies to deal with high risk buildings and buildings under construction.
Completion of the adjacent Horizon Hotel has also been delayed to mid-2022.
SkyCity Entertainment and the Government have set the delivery deadline for the New Zealand International Convention Centre to be the start of 2025.
Staff will be brought back to the New Zealand International Convention Centre site under alert level 3, says Fletcher Construction.
Speculation the fire was caused by an inexperienced contractor leaving a blowtorch on was incorrect, say investigators.
It may be months before a full scope and timetable is agreed for the completion of the fire-damaged NZ International Convention Centre in Auckland, says Fletcher Building.
The operator says in its interim results that it has claimed around $240m in insurance from the NZICC fire.
The Fire and Emergency NZ-commissioned independent operational review of last October’s New Zealand International Convention Centre fire at SkyCity is underway.
The potential for a temporary structure being built in Auckland for the event is gaining currency, says Nick Hill.
Fletcher Building has updated shareholders on the fire at the $703m NZICC last month, reiterating its commitment to the project and restating its belief that it remains within the construction provisions it announced in February 2018.
The Asia-Pacific Association for International Education conference is the first confirmed casualty for the New Zealand International Convention Centre, following the devastating fire that ripped through the construction site in October.
SkyCity will make a donation to Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand to acknowledge the efforts of fire and emergency teams who assisted with the fire at the New Zealand International Convention Centre last month.
Richard Didsbury last month described the NZICC delays as “abysmal” and “unacceptable”.
APEC 2021, the largest event ever hosted by the government, will likely shift from the venue.
The New Zealand International Convention Centre site has been handed back over to Fletcher Building, following the fire that broke out on 22 October.
The business events sector cannot lose sight of a huge infrastructure increase that is in the pipeline, says CINZ chair Tony Gardner.
Fire and Emergency New Zealand has released five images from inside SkyCity’s fire damaged New Zealand International Convention Centre.
SkyCity Entertainment Group’s Auckland precinct is back to full operations with its casino, two hotels and a dozen bars and restaurants making a staged reopening since Thursday evening.
It is too soon to tell what impact the fire at the New Zealand International Convention Centre will have on NZ Inc, according to tourism minister Kelvin Davis.
The operator said it would start opening its Auckland precinct in phases this afternoon.
As the fire continues to burn, the country’s business events sector has mobilised.
The biggest event ever to be hosted by the Govt will go ahead in Auckland in 2021, says Jacinda Ardern.
There will be a material delay to the completion of the project but by how long is unknown, says Graeme Stephens.
SkyCity decides against reopening its Auckland precinct today as the blaze continues.
Firefighters abandon roof to flames to focus on protecting building.
SkyCity Entertainment Group’s shares closed down almost 3% yesterday following the outbreak of a massive fire at its $703m New Zealand International Convention Centre and Horizon Hotel in Auckland.
The operator reveals it is facing “a tsunami of claims” from Fletcher Construction over the $703m project.
The NZICC has secured the 61st Annual Meeting and Congress of the International Association of Forensic Toxicologists in 2023.
The $703m flagship convention centre will probably miss its already-delayed 2020 delivery date, says SkyCity’s CEO.
The latest delay to the $703m venue will affect nearly 8,000 delegates.
Major bookings for the flagship $703m venue are under review as delivery blows deadline by 18 months.
The New Zealand International Convention Centre has appointed David Allott its director of operations.
SKYCITY Entertainment Group does not yet have a delivery date for its $703m NZ International Convention Centre and Horizon Hotel project.
The operator says it has the right to the funds under its contract with Fletchers.
The event will be held at SKYCITY’s New Zealand International Convention Centre in 2020.
The first major conference scheduled for SKYCITY’s flagship New Zealand International Convention Centre has been moved from its February 2020 date and will now run in November that year.
Auckland has won the bid to host the 13th International Symposium of Pediatric Pain (ISPP) in March 2021.
Two large pieces of public art will soon adorn the exterior of the New Zealand International Convention Centre in Auckland.
SKYCITY has confirmed it now expects a December 2019 completion of its $703m New Zealand International Convention Centre and Hobson Street hotel projects.
Sheena Zheng has joined the New Zealand International Convention Centre team in the newly created Sales Coordinator role.
SKYCITY Entertainment Group is now planning for a late 2019 completion of its $703m New Zealand International Convention Centre and Hobson St hotel projects.
Garrick Loft has been appointed as Senior Sales Manager – New Zealand for the New Zealand International Convention Centre (NZICC).
The World Organisation of Family Doctors will hold its 2020 Asia Pacific Conference at the NZICC.
SkyCity says it is “comfortable” with its contractual agreements with developer Fletcher Construction despite a delay in the delivery of the New Zealand International Convention Centre.
Auckland has secured the bid to host another top international congress at the NZICC in 2020 worth an estimated $6.2m to the regional economy.
The New Zealand International Convention Centre has added a fourth conference to its 2020 schedule winning a major international food congress.
THE NZICC has booked another major conference for 2020, securing the Tripartite Colorectal Annual Meeting
The first confirmed conferences for the New Zealand International Convention Centre are set to deliver an $11m boost to Auckland’s economy in 2020.