An international portfolio of projects will keep BRC Imagination Arts busy in the next 12 months.
The design firm will be producing two pavilions at the upcoming 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, namely The USA Pavilion and the Information & Communications Pavilion.
In Egypt, BRC is masterplanning Sharm El-Sheikh Entertainment City, an ambitious, mixed-use facility covering approximately an area of around 40 acres.
However, even as BRC expands globally, the team is engaged in several projects in the USA. Over the years, the company has played a strong role in developing attractions at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor’s Complex in Florida. As part of its ongoing work masterplanning and updating exhibits it is to produce a new attraction called Exploration Space, set to open in early 2010.
Also in America, BRC is developing a state of the art museum experience and several groundbreaking exhibits at Louisiana’s Old State Capital building in Baton Rouge.
“We’re immensely honoured to be tapped for so many diverse and interesting projects around the world,” says BRC founder Bob Rogers. “Over the past couple of decades, BRC has grown its portfolio of services to become the premier firm designing and producing world-class brand, educational and entertainment experiences for leading organisations worldwide.”