Our event spaces are designed to create groundbreaking experiences that are custom-tailored to everything your occasion requires. Uniting cutting-edge integrated event technology with a comprehensive roster of support services, our highly flexible world-class infrastructure ensures that your production runs smoothly and cost-effectively while creating maximum impact.

  • World Trade Center | Control Room

Control Room

A state-of-the-art control room with production stations that give technical teams complete access to our house technical infrastructure.

• Control areas are provided for video, audio, lighting operators, and directors
• All systems can be operated and monitored from control room, limiting the need for tech space within the event layout
• Multiple production IT networks
  • World Trade Center | Lighting


• MA control and distribution
• Baseband DMX is available at 60 locations on C1
• MA net is available at 72 locations overhead and 40 on the main floor of The Oculus
• MA net is available at 12 locations in Oculus Plaza
• Rolling Grand MA 2 for programming or operating from the main floor
• MA lite is in the Events control room for normal operations
• House plot consists of 48 Clay Paky Scenius spot and 56 Vari-Lite 3500 wash fixtures hung on the C1 ring
• Over 100 moving fixtures, DMX distribution and a full line of MA2 consoles available
  • World Trade Center | Audio


• Custom designed full floor audio system using K-Array Yamaha with over 100 Dante network interface points throughout the facility
• 12-Channel Sennheiser Wireless Microphone System
• Clear-Com HelixNet hardwire intercom
• 72 Dante access points overhead, 60 access points on the main floor of The Oculus
• 12 Dante access points in Oculus Plaza
  • World Trade Center | Video


• Grass Valley 2 M/E Karrera 3G Switcher connected to 11 distribution points (six upper level, five main floor) via the Imagine router and BarnFind multiplexing over single-mode fiber
• 4 Robo cameras
• 3G SMF and multiplex video fiber distribution throughout the venue
• Four graphics/video playback computers with PowerPoint, Keynote and Millumin 2
• Two sound devices PIX270 digital video recorders
• Four Panasonic AW- HE130 remote cameras mounted on C1
  • World Trade Center | Power


• 40 floor boxes on main floor with two 20-amp circuits per box
• 100-amp 3ph to 1200-amp 3ph power drops available
  • World Trade Center | Rigging


• 38 one-ton rigging points at 80 feet and 100 feet
• 76,000 lbs. of rigging capacity
  • World Trade Center | Internet


• 40 floor boxes with Cat6e throughout venue
• Five floor boxes that support single- and multi-mode fiber
• Secure wired-network solutions
• 1 gigabyte path to internet
• Free Wi-Fi available