The Executive Building is the central meeting place of the Executive Branch, the heads of the government and the Executive Department's of the Triumvirate. Located in Universal City, the Triumvirate Capital City, in the Government Sector. Executives meet here to discuss the Triumvirate as a whole and what their departments are doing.
Executive Conference RoomEdit
Possibly the center of the Executive Building, the Executive Conference Room is where the Executive Branch meets to discuss matters from those that are of great importance to those that are minor. The room is 92 feet by 39 feet in size, with there being 3,588 square feet (1093.62 square meters), the current arrangement of the room has a large central table with seats for each Executive position both vacant and filled, with a red phone for the Major Executive in cases of an emergency at the head of the table, the room also has six (rounded) triangular tables that allow for last minute discussions between Executives before they meet at the central table, to discuss any last minute changes to a law, or to relax on a break with friend Executives. There are also three desks, the larger being for the Major Executive's Chief of Staff. The last two significant features are three black and white rugs at the door openings that lead to the Executive Library and the central hallway, the second being a 72 inch flat screen TV that allows for several secure video conference links with various other officials at the same time who may not permitted into the conference room (Located on the upper wall).
Major Executive OfficeEdit
The Major Executive Office, currently filled by Elliot Neil, is an 80 foot by 40 foot office space with 3,200 square feet (975.36 square meters) of office space, double that of a normal Executive office. People enter into the lobby, which features a large crimson rug with gold trim, seating for 15 on five couches and a receptionist desk. The room above that to the right is an archives room, where important documents and books are kept in bookshelves and filing cabinets. The room to the left of the archives room is a small conference meeting, with a table with seating for eight, the room would generally be used for smaller meetings. To the left of the smaller conference room is a bathroom, with a toilet and sink. The upper farthest left room is a large conference room, with seating for 14 at a large conference table and six on two couches for guests/press. The bottom middle space is reserved for the Major Executive's Chief of Staff, who has direct access to the Major Executive's personal office (left) and directs who can visit and who cannot, should she already be meeting people or they're not in her day-to-day at that moment.
The personal office space, bottom most left room, is used by Major Executive Neil, a personal office with bookshelves adorning the bottom of the room. The office was inspired by Neil to be based in large part by the Oval Office of the White House (United States), with her personal desk being positions near the head of a table with two couches on either side of the table. There also a 55 inch flat screen TV on the opposite wall for video conferences or for general show viewing.
Minor Executive OfficeEdit
The Minor Executive Office, currently filled by Andrew Hester, is an 80 foot by 40 foot office space with 3,200 square feet (975.36 square meters) of office space, double that of a normal Executive office, same as the Major Executive. People enter into the lobby, which doubles as a formal party room, which features a large black rug with gold trim, seating for 21 on seven crimson couches and a 72 inch flat screen TV for those waiting to see the Minor Executive and doubles as a paging system in lute of a receptionist and desk outside during a party. The upper most left room is a lounge with a mini-bar/soda fountain arrangement with two couches with room for six. The room to the right of the lounge is a large press room with room to seat 24 reporters and a mini stage for the Minor Executive, the room functions as the Minor Executive's way to publicly announce a new law/policy that effects his department (Department of the Treasury), or other government related announcements should the Major Executive or her Chief of Staff be too busy to do so. The room to the right of the press room is a bathroom with toilet and sink, above that is closet space. The upper most right room is a large conference room, with seating for 16 at the large conference table and six on two couches, also tucked in on the bottom left of the room is a built in bookshelf. The room adjacent to the lobby is the Minor Executive receptionist, the room also includes a couch for three and a 18 inch flat screen TV.
The personal office space, bottom most right room, used by Minor Executive Hester, a personal office with a bookshelf adorning the upper right of the room with a couch below it, with end tables. The space also features two couches with a table with one couch and seating for three more at the table. The personal desk area is a true reflection of Hester's real life set up, short of the flanking two seats, with an 20 inch flat screen TV to the left of the desk.
Regular Executive offices are listed in order of seniority, from here on out regular Executive offices are 40 by 40 foot rooms (or 1,600 square feet, 487.68 square meters) half the size of the Major and Minor Executive offices of 80 by 40 feet.
Ehyta's Executive office is a modest office, compared to some of the others (like Hester's Minor Executive office or Arnold Ogamon's Executive office). Entering into the office people come to a lobby with no seating for waiting visitors, the room has a large red carpet and a receptionist and nothing else. The room below the lobby is a records room which includes built in bookshelves and a filing cabinet and nothing else. Directly outside the lobby and records room is a grand room with seven columns to the lower right of the room, the room also has a larger red carpet than that in the lobby and a receptionist desk for access into Ehyta's personal office space. The upper left room is a conference room, it's the only office designed to date to utilize a circular conference table, with seating for eight, there is nothing else within the conference room. The last room is that of Ehyta's personal office space, which has an L-shaped bookshelf, a tan couch for three and a desk with two seats on the opposite side of the desk.
Arnold Ogamon's OfficeEdit
One of the more grander offices, entering into the office space you come into a lobby, the lobby has three dark grey couches to seat nine people, along with a receptionist. Below the lobby (lower left room) is a conference room, the conference room features an L-shaped bookshelf along with a conference table which can seat up to seven individuals. In the upper right space is a "public" office, where Arnold would have more open discussions with more people at once, the room features a single couch for three, two bookshelves and a large desk that can seat four individuals opposite of Arnold, the last feature of the room is a 24-inch flat screen TV. The bottom right room is Arnold's personal private office, to get into you have to go through his public office, the room features three bookshelves and a display case (one of three offices designed to have display cases, others being Arnold's former Major Executive Office and Ehyta's former Minor Executive office), the last features being a desk for two other individuals and an 18-inch flat screen TV to the right of the desk.
Possibility one of the more interesting offices, Ascencia's office opens up with a lobby/hallway with a large rectangular black rug with red trim and nothing else. The room above the lobby sits a large conference room with built in monitors on the walls, all of which are 18-inches and computers on the conference table, not surprising considering it's the office of the Head of Intelligence, the large conference table seats five with room for five more if needed. The space to the upper right is a large filing room with four rows of filing cabinets. The last and largest room, at the bottom of the space, is Ascencia's personal office, the room features three dark grey couches to the left for nine individuals around a modest table, to the right of the room sits Ascencia's personal desk, with room for two other individuals, also included is a circular built in desk with four monitors (from top to bottom a 10-inch, 12-inch, 28-inch and 20-inch). The content of all monitors and computers, classified.
Mitar's office is currently being worked on.
Entering into the office you enter into a large lobby, the room features two white couches with room for six people, and a receptionist. In the upper left of the office space is a staff office room for two staff workers each having their own desk. In the upper right room is a conference room featuring a single couch for three, a conference table with room for up to eight individuals. The last room, bottom right, Nathan's personal office space features; four white couches with room for a total of 12 with two couches positioned near a small table, last features include a personal desk with two additional seats on the opposite side from Nathan and a 24-inch flat screen TV.
Work on Aym's office has yet to be started
Spencer's office is currently being worked on.