The Research Center has dormitory rooms for men and women, with six beds in each, DSL/Wi-Fi connections, mosquito nets if necessary, and lockable storage under the beds. There are separate bathrooms with showers and the living facilities are designed to be simple but clean and comfortable and energy efficient. There is a communal kitchen and dining area, also suitable for classroom lectures, films and instruction.

The Director's two-bedroom apartment is furnished with a large kitchen, bath, washing machine, salon, and library. The second bedroom has a large L-shaped desk and and bookshelf, and is equipped to be used as the primary Director's office of the facility. as well as a guest bedroom.

There is a large dry lab area for archaeological research, conservation and instruction, along with a photography room set up for the registration of objects. Work stations have electricity and computer connections. In addition to these uses, the area can be used as a classroom for instruction of school children in various forms of manual arts such as ceramics, sculpture and painting.

The front salon, which is used for dining when student groups are living in the dormitories, is also suitable for lectures and presentations for large groups, during the times when it is not being used for dining.

In addition, there is a rough work area, a tool room, storage space and a securely enclosed outside patio.

Artifacts are stored in a room with metal racks having numbered locations to match each item. The room is humidity-controlled.

Security is provided, in addition to electronics and the outside guard service, by solid reinforced concrete walls and a locked solid steel door. Entrance to this secure room is tightly restricted by the Director, who is responsible for the inventory of objects.