|IHI buildings mostly consist of prefabricated shells that can be set down and configured as needed. The doors are operated by the nearby control panels.|
|The rear of the building is meant to face to the exterior of the compound and is fairly defensible. IHI is used to operating in dangerous environments.|
|The roof of the building houses communications equipment in addition to standard heating, cooling and utilities.|
|The roof grating provides stable footing for the maintenance workers and a handrail near the pump controls. Safety first!|
I picture this building being two stories inside with the entryways split between the two levels. There are stairs going down a half level to offices that are halfway underground. And then upper level would start at where the outer walls taper in and would have access to the windows/firing ports.
The building has 6 Fire Points (the four windows and the two doors); two models can shoot from each Fire Point per turn. I would say it is a "medium" building, capable of holding 20 models and with 4 hull points, according to the rule book. I would say the armor value is 13 because it is not a military building with high-grade armor such as a fortress (AV 14 and 15), but its curved shaped was designed to deflect weapons fire and it is the command post for a powerful industrial operation.
I still need to do something to the base, probably glue sand down, prior to painting. And I will be painting some crates and barrels to stack around the building, but I think it will be easier to paint them before I glue them in place, especially the ones going in the recessed space with the ladder. Let me know what you think. I will be building another piece or two of terrain and then painting them all.