A Room by Room Tour of Elizabeth House

Jack Simpson

Head of Marketing and Communications

Clapton is god

In today’s edition of the Building Progress blog, we’re going to take you on a tour of the many new rooms of Elizabeth House. We have a lot to share with all of you in this episode so put your feet up and get ready to use that scroll bar.

Starting in the Basement we have:

Training Rooms, Large (left) and Small (Right).

Big Training RoomLittle Training Room


















Next up we have a Break Room and Toilets in the Basement.

Break Room, possibly not the best angleWoohoo, we have bathrooms


















Ground Floor

First things first we have an Exam room (Upper Left) and then a loveley corridor (Right) and finally the Reception Area (Lower Left).

The Examination Room Corridor...that flooring will be different.Reception Area, look Mom, Cubbies!




















First Floor

And now for the First Floor of Elizabeth House.  We’d like to impress upon our readers that the basement and ground floors of the Elizabeth House are being used for the Web Applications Centre of Excellence which is why there are training rooms and exam rooms, and in the reception area are cubbies.  The first floor of Elizabeth House is being prepared to be used as office space.  As you will no doubt be aware, Web Applications UK is a rapidly growing company and we are always thinking about the next month, six months and two years.  In view of this we are still deciding who exactly will occupy this space, but for the moment at least, one room of it will be used as a Board Room and another room used as office space.

The picture on the left will be the new Board Room, the picture on the right will be the new office space.

Le Board RoomRoom TBD









And that is our Elizabeth House Progress!  We realise that it looks like there is still a lot of work to be done, and we accept that.  Some encouraging signs are that the walls are being painted, implying that there isn’t much more major maintenance to be done (why paint a wall just to scrape it the next day?)  Overall it looks like we’re onto the wiring, assembling and clearing out stages which are the final hurdles to any project.  We hope to be open to the public in the fall!