As our operations continue to expand so does our need for additional personel to help us continue to operate at full efficiency. As a result, new residential facilities will be needed to accomodate our growing force.
The Living Quarter Facility were designed to fulfil exactly that need.
Built from a heat-resistant polymer alloy, this room's construction blocks and rebounds temperature, keeping it at comfortable levels regardless of external influences.
This, combined with the ergonomic two-floor design and the recreation facilities built in, creates a confortable enviroment able to support up to 50 personnel.
Each Living Quartes Facility contains the following:
- A Small Galley Kitchen manned by two resident cooks who prepare a meal at the end of each shift.
- An adequately equipped gym where personnel are advised to spend at least one hour per day. ([X-com] Special Operatives are required to spend at least 2 hours per day if they are not assigned to a mission.)
- A Recreation/Living room equipped with two plasma screen televisions, Computers with Internet access, either a Pool or a Ping-Pong table and usualy some miscellanous other recreation material. This equipment may seem a little extravagant to the casual observer but [X-com] operations recognises the need of our employees to Relax after the strenuous work and long hours they go through.
- Sleeping accomodations similar to Japanese "capsule hotels" beds. There are 35 total 1,5 x 1,5 x 3 soundproof capsules, each one also containing a washroom,lockers and a video conference telephone as well. Each capsule is created from bulletproof and energy resistant alloys and is able to lock securely from the inside. This is a precaution and a security measure to protect anyone sleeping from being surprised in his sleep by a potential base raid. Also all non-combat personel can secure themselves in their capsules until reinforcements arrive and the area is cleared (Sleeping capsules are tested to last 60 minutes of sustained fire).
Most of the capsules are placed on the upper floor (25 to be exact) as the lower floor is mostly filled with the other facilities.
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Edited by Historian, 16 December 2003 - 01:04 AM.