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The Segal Building offers exceptional meeting space equipped with the latest technology.
Meeting rooms offer:
- Flexible space with many configuration options
- Natural light, with the option of blackout drapes for enhanced projection viewing
- Built-in projection screens, ceiling mounted high-lumen data projectors
- Adjustable lighting
- Hard surface meeting room tables for optimum writing and laptop usage
- Comfortable meeting room chairs
The grand foyer of the main floor entrance offers a magnificent hall featuring the marble columns and ornate plasterwork of the original décor. This stunning space is perfect for banquet receptions, refreshment breaks and conference registration. An antique clock, a fixture from the original bank, hangs above the wide staircase, adding to the charm of this public space.
Located on the main level, these elegant rooms provide flexible meeting and event space. Built with movable walls, these rooms can be divided into one, two or three sections, making them ideal for meetings, banquets and receptions. These rooms feature natural light but also come equipped with blackout drapes for enhanced presentation viewing on large screens using state-of-the-art, built-in technology. Each event room has a built-in credenza housing a computer, DVD player and VHS player controlled by a Crestron system, which operates A/V, lighting and blinds. Attractive double doors open out to Founders Hall.
This versatile meeting room offers a number of set-up options and is an ideal environment for presentations and workshops. With natural light and built-in technology, the room includes ceiling-mounted data projection and a computer controlled by a Crestron system to operate A/V, lighting and blinds.
Purpose-built for videoconferencing, this room is furnished with a V-shaped table with seating for up to 12 participants. With natural light and built-in technology, this room is also an ideal breakout space for small groups or as independent meeting room.
These tiered lecture theatres are equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including built-in dual rear screen projection, high-quality front screen projection, built-in PC and laptop input cables, DVD, VHS and digital white board technology. Maximum capacity is 60 people, and each station features adjustable high-backed armchairs and laptop power outlets.
Brightly lit by overhead skylights, these small rooms, located across from the Policy Rooms, are ideal breakout spaces for small groups or as independent meeting rooms with a maximum capacity of 14 people.