This major landmark is a large conference centre in the heart of Birmingham city. It's full title is The International Convention Centre and the complex includes the Symphony Hall. Visitors to the city can walk from Brindleyplace, through the ICC and across Centenary Square on route to the city centre.
Part of the NEC group, the building took 4 years to complete and used over 60,000 cubic metres of concret. It was opened in 1991 by Queen Elizabeth II. A valuable community building it is close to the NIA and the National Sea Life Centre.
In 1998, world leaders met here for the G8 summit with President Clinton visiting the nearby Malt House Pub by the canal. The building is home to several regular events and many one off occassions.
The interior of the building is particularly impressive and spacious with cafe facilties and numerous meeting rooms and halls for business delegates
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