An impressive, welcoming reception area will create an efficient ‘corporate’ feel as people enter the building. This large, airy space, flooded with light all year round, epitomises the quality and hi-tech nature of Think Tank. Added ambience comes from the unique, ultra-modern, colourful furniture and feature plants.
An accessible, high quality, managed vending machine wall is also available in main reception for dispensing beverages, confectionery and snacks.
Your visitors’ will be greeted by full-time receptionists who will administer visitor procedures, inform you of their arrival and handle any queries they may have.
This space borders the open courtyard area that will form an inspiring communal space to enjoy all year round. The courtyard has been enhanced by an exciting innovative sculpture created by Rick Kirby and known as “Lydia”. She is suspended between the building wings above the open courtyard.
Washrooms and shower facilities
Ultra modern, water-efficient washrooms are within easy reach of all offices and workspaces. Shower facilities are also available in the main washroom area, adjacent to reception.
Two well fitted, modern kitchen areas are located in the building to serve the needs of all tenants. These feature fridges, microwaves and on-tap filtered boiling water to avoid the need to use kettles, as well as cooled drinking water.
The main first floor kitchen also has seating and table facilities.
Together these kitchens should supply adequate space and equipment for employees’ rest and refreshment breaks, as well as enabling larger scale food preparation for meeting room catering if required.
Think Tank has flexible meeting rooms for large or small gatherings, formal board meetings, or for displays and exhibition events. These are fully equipped with WiFi, mobile digital interactive white boards, hearing induction loop, audio-visual equipment utlising 64” plasma screens and blackout facilities. They also have very versatile ‘modular’ furniture that can be easily adjusted to the exact requirements of the user.
Having informal space to ‘break-out’ of a working office environment is often important. Such spaces can be used to hold informal meetings, or simply to find a quiet space to think, or meet and converse with colleagues, clients, customers or suppliers.
Think Tank has many indoor and outdoor places which can satisfy that need, from the outdoor courtyard, through to small ‘meeting pods’ set up in a quiet part of the building. The latter are variable sized areas of semi-private, quiet, screened space for small meetings, with various furniture combinations of table and chairs through to low sofas.
There is also a large break-out area adjacent to the main meeting/conference rooms. This also includes a roof terrace.
Accessibility to Think Tank is excellent by foot, cycle, train, bus and road. There are 50 car parking spaces, including 5 disabled bays, and many cycle racks to encourage this healthier method of getting to work.