After more than a year in operation, the Coworking Center is moving forward with its Workspace project.
A room in downtown Amos will serve as a multifunctional workspace where small teams or even self-employed can meet.
The community will be able to function in several ways, while the building will consist of closed offices, reserved parking in an open area, meeting rooms plus free access as in libraries for example.
La Centrale has really thought of everything, even soundproofed phone booths, relaxation area, dining room with full kitchen and bathroom with shower.
“The standing team has taken precautions. The place will be occupied according to public health standards. 25% of the positions will be filled. The spacing will be put in place. As for the daily visits, it will be really good when the disengagement takes place.”
Edma-Annie Wheelhouse, Head of Joint Action Center
The locale should open its doors in the first week of May. It is a project valued at more than $ 325,000.
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