That seems like a good idea. We'd probably run out of room, and we're pretty much at ground zero operating as a rapid response team. I can tell Dr. Strange to send new arrivals there unless they need emergency medical care from our surgeon? If that sounds good?
Right now we've got a full defensive grid on the entire outside of the building. Deflective shielding available if needed, and a backup energy supply in case our main one fails. Totally independent of the power grid. Water and air filtration are treated on site so we're 100% green energy and self sustainable in case of attack. Including biological attacks, since I don't want the sniffles around me.
We're anchored deeper into the bedrock than surrounding structures, with blast resistant construction inside and out, including bulletproof steel and impact-treated composite glass windows. Could set off a ballistic missile in the parking garage and we might feel a tremor? But I made sure it's not going to topple us. We have a system to deal with any chemical weapons and put out large scale fires.
Security monitoring is 24/7 thanks to Friday, including all of the ducts and wiring areas since we knew someone who could go teeny tiny. Labs and offices are bio-scan, voice, retinal, and fingerprint locks, and we regularly issue pass-codes for management or team members. Downstairs is watched by security services on monitors and they make the rounds on foot. So we do things the old fashioned way too.
Looking at what's happened to these people, I'd suggest upping security ASAP. Totally willing to help if you want something set up, so no one's taken out of your estate against their will again.