Lunch Time Team Building with MTA in Sacramento
Lunch Time Team Building is easy with our popular outdoor team building event Mural Blocks! Miles Treaster & Associates, located right on R Street in Sacramento’s newest hip neighborhood, are experts at inspiring work spaces. Since 1958, Sacramento’s only Certified Herman Miller Dealer, they now represent many spectacular options for designing or redesigning your offices.
They are busy making people’s lives better and wanted something to recharge their collective batteries while not taking up too much time. Mural Blocks was perfect at just over an hour! The whole group (minus two super Apple reps – next time!) met at 11:30 AM for pizza and instructions. They were all pizza full and out the door by 11:45 AM and every team returned by 1:00 PM with all six sides of the puzzle blocks completed!
Team 3 ultimately were the winners just beating Team 1 back to home base, even though Team 1 finished the sixth puzzle seconds ahead of team 3; you can’t get closer than that!
Each team was able to navigate the five city blocks along R street looking for which murals matched one of the six sides of their custom Mural Blocks. The map shows the locations of twelve total murals, some hidden from regular public viewing. Every team has a unique combination of murals as each set of 20 blocks is handmade and randomized. The result is that solving one puzzle doesn’t help you solve any of the other puzzles, and although each team has overlap with each other, no teams route to victory is the same. Likewise. because teams can solve the murals in any order, it makes large groups easy to manage and to create unqiue paths for everyone involved.
A huge thank you to MTA – Sacramento’s premiere interior designer of inspired spaces – for a fun filled lunch time team building experience!
Mural Blocks is avaialbe in customized courses in San Jose, San Francisco, Palo Alto, Hayward, Half Moon Bay and South San Francisco in addition to Sacramento.
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