The RheinMain CongressCentre (RMCC) in Wiesbaden opened on April 13th, 2018 equipped with a seating system and stage machinery provided by Waagner-Biro Stage Systems. As flexibility is key in the new convention centre, the concepts developed for this venue provide a range of configurations with flexible seating, walls and floors. The unique architecture and the flexible space concept provide the optimum conditions for events up to 12,500 people.
The RMCC consists of two function halls (Hall North 4,600 m²; Hall South 2,900 m²) separated by a common foyer. The North Hall has an automated telescopic seating system consisting of 3 blocks 39 metres wide that deploy a total of 2,924 seats over a distance of 48 metres. The height of the seating blocks is 8.0 m, with a step rise of 160 mm, the seats are fully upholstered and are raised and lowered automatically. When retracted the depth is 3.6 metres, each block weighs 100 tons, and is automatically transferred to the storage area behind timber veneered doors.
The tribune and the stage machinery are integrated in the CAT-control system.
At a Glance:
- 3 telescopic seating blocks with folding chairs – in total 50 rows
- Dimensions: approx. 39 m (w) x 8 m (h) x 48 m (l)