With the holiday season in full swing, the cold weather has arrived and so will the fun stuff it brings to the Delaware area this time of year. After last winter’s record snow falls, you might think we’re due a break. Well according to the Farmer’s Almanac that’s not to be. They predict that we’re in for another cold, wet and snowy winter.
Now is the time to prepare your business for what lies ahead. Maintaining and providing a safe work environment is just one of your many worries, so here’s a quick checklist to help you get back to business, as usual.
Top 10 Tips to Safely Maintain Your Business Space This Winter:
- Schedule Fire Drills & Build an Evacuation Plan – Any fire is dangerous. Knowing what to do is key to surviving a fire emergency. Conducting routine fire drills will give you and your co-workers the knowledge and confidence to escape safely. Fire extinguishers should be routinely checked. To schedule your fire drill today, please feel free to call our Operations and Maintenance Department today at 302-323-9300 Ext. 18.
- Monitor Your Space Heaters –
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Premier Office Space Available in Heart of Hockessin!
Don’t miss this newly available and recently remodeled office space located in the heart of Hockessin, the fastest growing community in Delaware. This second floor unit offers 2,700 square feet of premier office space and is ideal for a professional office, creative firm, law firm, marketing, medical offices, etc…
Featuring a large reception area, 4 executive offices, 8 work stations in a comfortable bullpen setting, and a common kitchen with elevator and stair access. The space overlooks Valley Road in Hockessin, an area known synonymously for its rolling hills, farmlands and scenic countryside.
Long gone are the days that Hockessin was a mere stop on the Trolley that ran from West Chester to Wilmington back in the early 1900s. It has grown into a thriving community. Hockessin’s population has tripled since 1990. Largely due to the easy commute for residents to Wilmington or Newark.
This 2,700 office space is available immediately in well situated shopping center in Hockessin Crossing Shopping Center on Lancaster Pike and Valley Road. Offering a location subject to high volume traffic and visibility, naturally lending to ultimate customer convenience for Delaware and Pennsylvania consumers.
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Harvey, Hanna & Associates, Inc. (HHA) is pleased to welcome Art Guild to the Twin Spans Business Park in New Castle.
Art Guild is currently leasing 23,856 square feet of warehouse, office and showroom industrial space at 200 Anchor Mill Road in the Twin Spans Business Park (TSBP) in New Castle, Delaware.
TSBP is considered by many to be the premier distribution campus in the mid-Atlantic region, featuring 1.85 million square feet of Class A commercial warehouse space spread across 135 acres of land along the Delaware River. Twin Spans further offers superior logistics throughout the mid-Atlantic region and points beyond, with immediate access to I-95, I-295, I-495 and the Delaware Memorial Bridge.
Art Guild specializes in the creation and management of award-winning 3-D marketing, educational and event programs. As an industry leader, Art Guild creates, manages, fabricates and installs trade show exhibits, museum exhibits, lobbies, showrooms, visitor centers and retail displays. Established in the early 1920’s out of Philadelphia as a sign fabricator, Art Guild has gradually expanded their scope of services featuring three locations throughout the U.S. (West Deptford, NJ, Las Vegas, NV and New Castle, DE). Art Guild serves many fortune 500 companies and some of the nation’s most prestigious institutions.
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Last week we listed ‘Five Top Reasons to do Business in Delaware’ which makes a great case for ‘start ups’ to open their business in the state of Delaware. Well here’s even more incentive, Delaware has the fastest Internet Speeds (16.2 mbps) in the nation which gives Delaware business an edge, making them more competitive than those businesses based in neighboring states!
According to the Akamai [‘State of the Internet’ (SOTI) Report – 2nd Quarter, 2014], the Internet is over twice as fast in Delaware than in Arkansas.
“In terms of absolute speeds, Delaware had the fastest Internet speeds at 16.2 mbps, followed by just over 14 in Virginia; Washington. D.C. was next with speeds just below 14 mbps. The Internet was slowest in Arkansas, where average speeds were 7.5 mbps.” — Chokshi , Niraj. “These maps show the Internet is getting faster in (almost) every state.” The Washington Post., 30 Sep. 2014.
Not only does a faster internet speed make e-commerce sites more competitive, it makes businesses of all industries more productive, giving them faster access to shared project files allowing for more efficient collaboration.
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