Vast building that houses the facilities required to stage a variety of events and meetings.
Room that is big enough to hold a relatively large number of people.
Room designed for working sessions involving small groups.
Room reserved for distinguished guests.
Rooms used by small groups to hold meetings and discussions.
Office occupied by the person who manages the convention center’s various services.
Rooms where tasks related to the management of the convention center are carried out.
simultaneous interpretation booth
Room set aside for interpreters, who provide an oral translation of a conference.
Room equipped to control sound, lighting and projection.
Hall designed for the public to attend lectures and audiovisual presentations.
Large site used for assemblies, banquets, social events, etc.
Meeting rooms used by a convention’s organizers.
Lightweight divider usually with feet that is used to enclose an exhibition stand.
Area where exhibitors showcase their products or services.
Hall where exhibition stands are set up.
Room where meals are prepared.
Area with a counter and tables where alcoholic drinks are sold.
Business establishment where meals are served for a fee.
Large open space used to access other rooms.
Kiosk that provides information on events and services at the convention center.
Rooms equipped with toilets and sinks.
Space designated for storing clothes, hats, umbrellas and so forth.
Room equipped with monitors where staff watch over the convention center’s various rooms.
Counter where admission tickets are purchased.
Installation used to unload crates and pallets containing convention articles, equipment, etc.
Revolving doors composed of three or four glass wings that pivot around a vertical axis; they are pushed open like a turnstile.