The Convention Centre Dublin announced that it has made considerable investments in its infrastructure and systems.
The CCD has purchased four large-venue High Definition Panasonic projectors, offering a better visual experience for clients. Boasting 20,000 and 12,000 lumens of brightness, these projectors have the benefit of delivering clearer, brighter and crisper images. They are designed with an extremely small footprint, use less power and have longer lasting bulbs. The CCD has also upgraded and enhanced other elements of its Audio Visual equipment with new switchers.
In addition, the CCD purchased 20 new state-of-the-art digital display units, and replaced 24 Video Wall screens and 30 Hanging Array screens. The Digital Signage system at the CCD gives clients the scope to display schedules, logos, photos and videos and to incorporate branding. These investments will enhance the experience in the venue for clients and delegates and support sustainable events by eliminating the need for printed banners and signs.
The venue recently installed a rainwater harvesting system enabling it to divert rain water to storage tanks for use in systems which use non-potable water. The CCD also has a comprehensive waste management policy in place to help manage the generation and segregation of waste, and successfully retained its recycling rate of 98% in 2015. 232 tonnes of all waste generated within the venue was recycled, with figures throughout the year at a consistent level, regardless of whether the CCD processed 5 tonnes or 25 tonnes of waste.