Split Banquet Rooms

Many events may not need to use the full space available, so the Banquet Room can be subdivided with a movable insulated wall to provide one or two smaller spaces, both of which have access to the Lobby and their own audiovisual capabilities. The intent is to be able to support either two elements of a single event at one time, such as classrooms to teach two courses, or to be able to match the space to the size of the event. A door is provided in the movable wall to allow movement between the rooms. and banquet room A has the projector with large viewing screen. View the Banquet A-B Floor Plans (PDF).

Banquet A


  • Direct access to the prefunction area and the plaza.
  • Features a drop-down video projector and huge screen.
  • Banquet A has about 60% of the total space of the banquet room.
  • Separate lighting controls to change lighting scenes.

Banquet B


  • Direct access to the main entrance foyer and prefunction area.
  • Includes a 70 inch flat panel television mounted on the west wall for audiovisual presentations.
  • Banquet B has about 40% of the total space of the banquet room.
  • Separate lighting controls to change lighting scenes.

Divider Wall Partially Extended

Banquet Room Divider