Medium meeting rooms

We have five medium sized training and meeting rooms to hire.

Kelvin holds up to 56 people and Brunel/Murdoch can hold up to 60 theatre style. Both provide natural daylight and can be split down into two separate rooms. We also have Pascal which seats up to 30 people and is the ideal training environment with air conditioning and plasma screen TV included.

Brunel, Murdoch, Brunel/Murdoch, Kelvin & Pascal

Key Features

  • Ceiling mounted data projector
  • Projector screen
  • Air conditioning
  • Natural daylight
  • Free, unlimited 400Mbps Wi-Fi
  • DVD/Blu-Ray player
  • Built in PA system
  • CD player
  • Flip chart, white boards, stationery
  • Fully integrated AV
  • Magnetic visi rails
  • Clickshare connectivity

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Brunel room

The Brunel room forms one half of Brunel/Murdoch and overlooks the front of the building with stunning lake views. It also features a decorative skylight that lets natural daylight flood in or black out at the touch of a button.

Room details

6(m) x 6.5(m) x 3.2(m)

  • U-shape - 16
  • Boardroom - 20
  • Classroom - 16
  • Cabaret - 16
  • Theatre - 30

Did you know?

Possibly one of the greatest ever Britons, Isambard Kingdom Brunel was a giant of the Industrial Revolution whose engineering genius was responsible for the Great Western Railway, a series of steam ships and numerous important bridges that revolutionised public transport and modern engineering.

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Murdoch

The Murdoch room forms one half of Brunel/Murdoch and overlooks the front of the building with stunning views of the lake and Charnwood forest.

Room details

6(m) x 6.5(m) x 3.2(m)

  • U-shape - 16
  • Boardroom - 20
  • Classroom - 16
  • Cabaret - 16
  • Theatre - 30

Did you know?

William Murdoch was an inventor and engineer who is credited with the first invention of a steam-powered road going vehicle. He is also thought to be the first person to light his home through piped gas, laying the foundations of today's gas industry.

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Brunel/Murdoch room

When opened up, these two rooms create a fabulous medium sized space that is flexible for virtually any layout.

Room details

12(m) x 6.5(m) x 3.2(m)

  • U-shape - 32
  • Boardroom - 38
  • Classroom - 32
  • Cabaret - 36
  • Theatre - 60

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Brunel and Murdoch overlook the front of the building with stunning lake views and surrounding Charnwood Forest. They also feature a decorative sky light that lets natural daylight flood in or black out at the touch of a button.

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Kelvin

The Kelvin room benefits from plenty of natural daylight and is a flexible space for any layout.

Room details

13.4(m) x 6.7(m) x 3.2(m)

  • U-shape - 24
  • Boardroom - 28
  • Classroom - 28
  • Cabaret - 36
  • Theatre - 56

Did you know?

The Lord Kelvin was a renowned thermodynamicist. Absolute temperatures are stated in units of kelvin in his honour. He was the first British scientist to be elevated to the House of Lords.

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Pascal room

The Pascal room overlooks the Turing exhibition space and benefits from the natural daylight spilling in. It's a great space for a classroom layout for medium sized training sessions.

Room details

6(m) x 7.2(m) x 2.6(m)

  • U-shape - 16
  • Boardroom - 22
  • Classroom - 16
  • Cabaret - 18
  • Theatre - 30

Did you know?

Blaise Pascal was a French mathematician, physicist and inventor whose work in natural and applied science made important contributions to the study of pressure and vacuums. He was also one of the first two inventors of the mechanical calculator and his work on probability theory strongly influenced modern economics.