Guerigny. Work progresses at Espace Lafayette. It would be a nice nod to history: the steeple building, a former workshop for the manufacture of naval anchor chains, should have been revived in the year of its bicentenary.
Work on the building that will become the Lafayette Space is progressing normally, suggesting it will open next April, as planned. The façade doors and windows have been finished and installed, already giving the whole a lovely feel, thanks to local carpentry firm Denis. Access for people with limited mobility was poured by municipal services, and then the concrete was covered with maroon stones.
Inside, two large rooms are equipped, the first for sanitary facilities, and the second as storage space. A large scaffold currently occupies the center of the building, and it is the right time to install a smoke extraction system.
Finally, electricians are working hard pulling the many lines that will be necessary to power this new cultural space.
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