Not to brag, but our building is pretty great. Check below for more information about our building policies and our great amenities.
If you see a maintenance issue in our space, let office manager know ASAP and she will contact the building to get the issue resolved.
ACCESS TO AMENITIES WEEKDAYS 7-7
We have access to some awesome E2 amenities here at Glantz. The pool, pool deck, theatre, massage room, basketball court, exercise room, and fourth floor lounge area are all available to us from 7AM – 7PM. You don’t need a reservation for these spaces, however the party room does need to be reserved in advance.
Parking at E2 is done through Standard Parking Plus and Glantz does NOT set any of the pricing or regulations. The pricing for garage parking is as follows:
24/7 access $145/month + Activation fee $25/ 1 time
M-F access $ 85/month + Activation fee $25/ 1 Time
Payment is due, to E2, the 5th of every month and there is a $25 late fee if paid after the 5th.
To pay or sign up for parking, go to E2’s leasing office. You should submit the payment through check or money order. There is a new online payment system in the works, but it has not yet been implemented.
You must give the leasing office 30 days notice if you want to cancel your parking.
INFO IN THE GUEST SUITE FOR RENT
E2 has a room available for rent on a night by night basis. If you’re interested in information about renting this room for someone coming in from out of town, talk to Steve for more information and to make a reservation. The room reservation requires a security deposit as well as a check for the amount of the rental.
When Glantz receives a package, Steve, Keith, and Natalie will receive an email. If you end up running downstairs to pick it up, the process is pretty simple. Head over to the lobby of the east tower and let the front desk know that you’re from Glantz and that we have a package. They’ll ask you to sign for it and then you’re all set.
LOST KEY FOB REPLACEMENT COSTS
If you lose your key fob, let Steve know and she will inform E2. You will have to pay a $50 fee, so keep track of your keys!
BUZZ IN A GUEST
When a guest arrives and wants to be buzzed into the building, we get a phone call on the office line. Natalie is typically the one answering the office phone, so she will usually take care of buzzing people in. However, if you end up needing to buzz someone in, press 9 to unlock the lobby door downstairs. Once they call from our door press #61#61 to let them into the office.
SYNC UP TO LARGE CONFERENCE TV
We use Airplay to display our content from our computers on the TV in the large conference room. To do this, turn on the TV and click the Airplay icon on the top menu bar on your computer. The Airplay icon is the outline of a rectangle with a black triangle at the bottom. Click on this icon and select “Apple TV” from the dropdown menu. It should prompt you to enter a code. The code is lowercase glantz. Once this code is entered on your computer, the TV should mirror your screen.
SIGN ONTO GUEST WIFI
We have our own employee Wi-Fi, but if you need to sign onto the guest Wi-Fi or have a guest who needs to, the password is helloglantz.
If you’re an early bird and beat everyone to the office, get the key from the lock box found next to the entrance to the stairwell. The combination is 2031. After you unlock the door, make sure you put the key back immediately. You will have to enter the code to close the key box as well.
We have a security system. Everyone has his or her own code. Check with Steve or Keith to set this up.
We want all Glantz employees to be at the top of their game. That’s why we can’t stress enough how important it is to wash your hands! Hand-washing after using the bathroom is one of the most effective ways to prevent catching something nasty. It’s especially important in an office environment because we’re constantly touching things—our computers, mice, mugs, etc. Let’s keep clean and stay healthy.
Also, if you see we’re out of toilet paper grab it yourself. Let’s not leave the next toilet goer hanging.
The kitchen is a shared space, so let’s not forget that. If you notice that we’re running out of paper towels, grab some from the top shelf above the sink. Something else to note: The environmental impact that paper towels have is pretty dismal. Be mindful of that before unrolling a fluffy handful for your tiny hands.
We know that sometimes you’re just in a hurry, but make sure that by 4:45, you’ve either placed your dishes in the dishwasher or washed them by hand. It’s not fair to those that end up having to wash your dirty dishes! Let’s respect each other’s time.
Feel free to keep your food in the fridge, but be aware of how long your food sits there. Occasionally, we have to go through an office refrigerator purge to find the culprit of a smelly, forgotten lunch. Don’t be that person. We will find you.
We’re all about caffeinating, so use the espresso machine as you will. To operate it, hit the power button and wait until the lights stop flashing. Once they stop flashing, insert one of the espresso capsules, close the metal flap and press the button for the size coffee you want. If the receptacle that collects the coffee capsules is full, throw them out under the sink in the black capsule recycling bag. If you decide to get fancy with your coffee and make a cappuccino with the milk frother, please wash it thoroughly after use.
More of a tea person? It comes from the same machine as the filtered water. In order to make the water hot, hold down the red button until the light starts flashing and then hit the center button that usually dispenses cold water.
If you need something, sticky notes, markers, paper clips, materials to build the next largest rubberband ball, go and grab it in the black filing cabinets across from the printer. If you see that something is running out tell Laura. If you’re using shared office supplies, make sure you put them back where you found them.
REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE!
Any office produces a considerable amount of paper waste—and a design agency is definitely not the exception. Make sure you recycle whenever possible!
If you’re getting artistic with the whiteboard walls, make sure you clean them off when you’re done. Use the eraser and the wipes or the walls will have residue on them. Close the lid of the wipes, and return them and the markers to their spots after you use them.
Please DO NOT eat at your desk. Get up, take a break, eat, return. Let’s try to keep our working space clean and crumb-free.