International Conference Centre, ICC, Abuja

Abuja International Conference Centre (Abuja ICC) was originally built in 1980 but was remodeled and renamed in the year 1991 to host the Organization of African Unity Heads of Government meeting in Nigeria. It was designed by Albert Speer & Partner and was built by Julius Berger Nig, LTD. 
The building is a magnificent structure with luxurious and spacious finishing; it is centrally located and the stylish cosmopolitan Conference Centre offers an extensive range of modern facilities and high standard services. 
The interior of the conference is air conditioned with interlinked but separate halls namely; the Africa Hall and Gallery, Foyer, the Mezzaine floor and Banquet hall which can be used as conferencing and banqueting facilities. Its extravagant car park has the capacity to securely park an unprecedented number of cars. Equipped with two bank ATms for convenience, video conferencing equipments, built in projection sytems with computer graphic capabilities and reliable amenities.

Abuja International Conference Center is located at Central Area, Area 11, 900 Herbert Macaulay Way, it is a striking building that is one of the prime conference venues in Nigeria. The International Conference Centre invites visitors into its largest space, the beautiful Africa Hall, through large glass doors with a marble floor under its most important feature, a soaring curved roof.

Abuja ICC is in an ideal location for anyone visiting one of the many events that this important venue in Nigeria offers. The Conference Centre is about 40km from Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport and 5km from a variety of hotels in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria.

Abuja International Conference Centre is more than just a fascinating building. The Conference Centre is set in its own lush gardens with an impressive fountain to admire on hotter days.