VIDEO: Construction Continues on Cagayan de Oro International Convention Center After a Decade – November 2018 Progress Update
After stalled for a decade, construction finally resumes on Cagayan de Oro International Convention Center. Watch the November 2018 progress update in 4K.
The Cagayan de Oro International Convention Center was built in 2003 with an initial project cost of P349 Million. An additional cost of P149 Million is needed to finish the project. The project was conceptualized in 1998.
Compare the current progress with the January 2017 progress update and see the difference.
It has a seating capacity of 7,700. Amenities include a multi-purpose hall that can accommodate 1,000 guests, a convertible indoor playing court, an exhibit area for 1,500 viewing guests with a demountable partition for flexibility of expansion, 12 function rooms for 1,000 guests, 4 club rooms with lockers and showers, cafeteria with approximately 100 seating capacity, and an administrative office, storage room and other support facilities.
Cagayan de Oro International Convention Center(CDOICC) is located in Taguanao, Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental, Philippines 9000.