EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN

Compared to the century-old City Hall in downtown Portland, Ore., the 12-year-old Oregon Convention Center is a modern marvel, with its twin towers, glass-and-steel skylights, fiber-optic backbone, and T1 Internet connectivity. But when the center's 407,000-square-foot expansion opens in April 2003, it could make the original facility seem, in a word, outdated.

That's not going to happen, says Jeff Blosser, convention center director. “We wanted to make the facility as seamless as pos

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