Baltimore Convention Center
Whatever the reason, whatever the region, chances are Projection has an in-house location perfect for your next event.
- Baltimore, MD
- Boston, MA
- San Francisco, CA
- Washington, DC
- Honolulu, HI
- Long Beach, CA
- Mobile, AL
- Ontario, CA
Baltimore Convention Center
It’s no accident they call Baltimore, Maryland “Charm City.” Between its historical role in America’s independence (It was here Francis Scott Key wrote the “Star Spangled Banner” while held captive on a British warship) to its home-grown music scene, Baltimore has been on a charm offensive since its founding in 1729.
Boston Convention & Exhibition Center
The revolutionary spirit of Boston, Massachusetts extends well beyond the pivotal role it played in achieving American Independence. It also applies to its claim as a hub of American innovation and home to some of the world’s most prestigious centers of learning: MIT, Harvard, Boston College, and Boston University, just to name a few.
John B Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center
Located in the heart of Boston’s legendary Back Bay Neighborhood and its distinctive Brownstone mansions and tree-line streets, the 193,000-square foot John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center features 3-levels and 176,450-square feet of versatile meeting space, including a 24,544-square foot multi-purpose ballroom, 4 exhibit halls, 38 meeting rooms, and, with its 10-gigabit fiber network, one of the nation’s most sophisticated infrastructures. It’s just 15 minutes from Logan international airport, and a short walk to more than 5,000 hotel rooms, including 3,100 connected to the convention center itself.
Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center
Overlooking historic Boston Harbor, the harbor is the only thing the iconic Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center overlook, with ultra-modern amenities and free Wi-Fi, it is the perfect venue for conferences, meetings, and events large and small.
As far as Worchester, Massachusetts’ area attractions go, none is more so than its charming Beechwood Hotel. Situated among the city’s universities, museums, and amenities, the Beechwood Hotel is a boutique hotel steeped in style, comfort, and mystique.
The Moscone Center
Located in the heart of San Francisco’s SoMa (South of Market) district, the Moscone Center is nestled among the district’s famous museums, nightlife, and world-renowned software companies.
San Francisco Conference Center
Located in the heart of San Francisco’s technology-rich bio-tech region and adjoining Silicon Valley, the South San Francisco Conference Center is just minutes from San Francisco airport and downtown San Francisco. Environmentally friendly from top to bottom, it features 20,500-square feet of versatile meeting space, including the 13,500-square foot Grand Ballroom that can be divided into 10 meeting rooms and the 4,000-square foot Baden room that can be divided in two.
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
Located among Washington DC’s Federal Triangle, the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center is about as close to the seat of government you can get, just blocks from the White House, Judiciary and Congress, as well as the Capital Mall and the museums of the Smithsonian.
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
The Walter E. Washington Convention Center, in the heart of Washington DC, is among the nation’s 10th largest, covering six city blocks and able to house no less than six regulation-sized NFL football fields, or four jumbo jets.
Hawaii Convention Center
Once home to Hawaiian royalty, Honolulu, Hawaii is the ultimate event destination, with endless beaches, volcanic mountain ranges, and countless attractions. Travelers from around the world flock to its famous shores for work, play and its legendary aloha spirit
Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center
Ensconced along Rainbow Bay in the heart of the Long Beach’s waterfront entertainment district, The Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center offers 400,000–square feet of flexible meeting space, including 3 exhibition halls, 34 meeting rooms, and a grand ballroom. A retro-chic terrace lobby surrounded by fountains and outdoor fire pits is just one of its many enticing amenities. Others include two movie theaters, a pair of VIP lounges, LED-lit walkways, and a promenade lined by antique street lamps.
Arthur R. Outlaw Convention Center
Affectionately known as “Paris of the South,” the historic port-city of Mobile, Alabama offers visitors the best of Southern hospitality, ultra-modern conveniences, and old-world charm.
Ontario Convention Center
Ontario, “the city on the side of a mountain,” was founded in 1881 by two Canadian brothers who named it after their home province. Known for generations for its citrus farms and wineries, today, Ontario offers a mix of modern amenities, historic palm-lined streets, and breathtaking mountain vistas.