The Wray Building
|The Wray Building|
|the Wray Building
Spicer Hills [25, 96]
Built in the late eighties as a government-controlled disaster preparedness and response building during the Cold War, the angled architecture allowed for easy viewing of most of the surrounding suburb, as well as greater resistance to natural disasters and foreign attacks. When the Soviet Union disbanded, the government agency moved on, selling the building to a paper distributor. Run by paper tycoon James Wray, the business became the headquarters of the paper industry, securing a monopoly in Malton. When Wray died in 1997, the company was divvied up to his board of directors, in whose hands it remained until shortly after the outbreak. The tallest building in Spicer Hills (excluding the Waters Building cell mast), Wray marked the pinnacle or the office complex at the center or Spicer Hills. Now largely used by survivor groups to observe the suburb, the Wray building stands as a monument to the triumph of the human will.
According to the Spicer Hills Barricade Plan this building should be barricaded at EHB.
July 8th, 2013 Nobody inside. VHB cades. Genny out of fuel. --RoyKirk 22:20, 8 July 2013 (UTC)
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