As people have visited the physical site of B3/4 - the first DEDICATED MoM building structure ever, as well as those who are regular visitors from around the world, I get asked 'what will the rooms be used for?
Well, let us look at the rooms. Each room is 4m x 4m (13' x 13') and each bathroom is 2m x 3m (6'6'' x 10'). The porches are 2m x 2m (6'6'' x 6'6'').
Next up is the 'Clinic WC' - it has a shower and toilet with a wash hand basin.
Training room - we hope to have seating for about 10 people (although a lot training will be done in the open air facilities elsewhere on the airfield) and to have some CBT (Computer Based Training) facilities. We hope to have a large screen on the wall so that we can show documentaries and other aids to training - perhaps as much for training the trainers as the people who come in from the villages for training! The training room will double up as a 'common room' in the evenings for volunteers, visitors and/or residential trainees. In a squeeze we can also sleep 2 people in the training room.
This room is normally accessed from the Porch - which is a 'mosquito and Mud control zone'!
Next up is another WC!
Finally, MoM Staff Accommodation: The hard-working MoMmers need somewhere to lay their heads, and to get some privacy! It is the same size as the AvTech Accommodation units, and that sense of 'team and equality' is everywhere at our place...
So, wherever you are - start planning on getting out here - we are ready to receive you! Pending the completion of the above, we have created a 'visitor pad' by blocking off one end of the girls hostel - it will be ready next week! (Masons Permitting!)
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