The Oregon Convention Center (OCC) is the largest convention center in the Pacific Northwest, making it an ideal venue for events of any size - from conventions and tradeshows to elegant receptions and green Meetings. Located in beautiful and lively downtown Portland, Oregon, the OCC is the preferred destination for many groups because of its world-class amenities, award winning customer service, and leadership in sustainable practices.
The center's two grand ballrooms, 50 meeting rooms, 255,000 square feet of contiguous exhibit space, superior concession and catering offerings, and full time staff of more than 110 professionals can handle events of any size, from 10 to 10,000!
Pacificwild catering: A simple philosophy, and a great passion
Pacificwild catering and award-winning Chef Allan Wambaa offer a sophisticated palette of regional flavors. Their passion for our local culinary heritage and fresh seasonal ingredients imbue every occasion with a sense of place and unique spirit, transforming your event into an unforgettable Portland experience.
Oregon Convention Center achieves LEED® Platinum certification
The OCC is pleased to announce it has achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Certified Platinum from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). The OCC is only one of two convention centers in the nation to hold that distinction and continues what has now become a Portland tradition of achieving the highest levels of sustainable practice. Indeed, Portland boasts some notable LEED certified buildings, but rare is one with Platinum status that has more than one million square feet of space and operates 24 hours a day.
Planning a citywide meeting or convention?
Our partners at Travel Portland (www.travelportland.com) concentrate on multi-hotel meetings and citywide conventions. The Oregon Convention Center books short-term business (occurring within the next 18 months), while Travel Portland sets its sights on long-range business (conventions that book meeting sites more than 18 months out).
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