Old Addenbrooke's Hospital building, fully converted in 1996. Very good access, despite being a listed building. All new members are given an induction pack and tour, but please ask if you may need longer to familiarise yourself with the building and facilities.
Assistance dogs welcome.
No smoking anywhere in the building.
Two first aiders in the building, and more in neighbouring departments.
Evacuation chairs fitted. Report to Reception if you will need help evacuating in an emergency.
Level access to main entrance through wide, heavy, manual door. Low counter at reception. Level back entrance.
Number of floors
Six floors in total, including ground floor.
Lifts and stairs
Two large lifts to all floors. All stairs have handrails, although those on the central staircases are rather awkward.
Three lecture theatres, all with level access to front and back via lift. Tiered padded fold-down seating. Seats can be removed if necessary.
Seven seminar and meeting rooms, all with level access from lift, and all spacious, with moveable furniture.
Ground level entrance with automatic doors, with access to mezzanine by external lift or stairs with handrails. Mezzanine has automatic doors. Please ask library staff to enable access to the mezzanine if required. Spacious, with plenty of workspace inside.
Computer laboratory on ground floor. All level and accessible, with moveable chairs. Wireless Internet in almost all of the building, with guest access on request.
Three disabled toilets in total, with two on ground floor, one of which is in the Library. Other toilets are large and spacious.
Common room with staffed coffee bar on second floor. Spacious, with moveable chairs and tables, mostly of good height and some with armrests.
Some teaching takes place in Mill Lane Lecture Rooms. Please advise well in advance if this might be a problem.