The Union County Board of Developmental Disabilities is pleased to announce their brand new hybrid office space at 1280 Charles Lane. The newly renovated north side of the Harold Lewis Center building now houses 28 workstations and 4 multi-functional meeting spaces.
Previously, UCBDD leased a space across town, but this renovation made it possible for all services and staff to be at one location. UCBDD staff have been in a hybrid work environment for over two years. The new office allows staff to still work from home but be able to plug into a desk when needed.
Along with modern workstations, the space that was vacated by a previous tenant now includes a collaborative work zone and 4 brand new comfortable meeting spaces to host clients and families served.
“We couldn’t be more excited to be in our renovated space,” said Superintendent Kara Brown. “We were able to include many of the design features we had hoped for like natural light and flexibility while providing an efficient and cost effective workspace.”
The project aligns with UCBDD’s strategic planning focus to be a proactive and flexible organization and prepare for future space needs as the population served continues to grow.