Continuity Centers recently unveiled its newest location, a workgroup recovery facility at Princeton Forrestal Center in Princeton, NJ. Its prime location, combined with its state-of-the-art features, highlight Continuity Centers’ commitment to expand into new markets and service new clients.
“Our new Princeton location continues Continuity Centers’ efforts to deliver industry-leading disaster recovery and business continuity services to our customers throughout the Northeast,” said Gregory R. Tellone, CEO of Continuity Centers. “This Class-A office building is convenient to access and offers a wealth of on-site amenities that ensure the workgroup location is not just functional, but also a genuinely pleasant place to work.”
The Princeton office building offers 158,235 square feet of space to clients and can be reached via major roadways or mass transit and is only a short distance from downtown Princeton. Among its most notable features are two separate PSE&G feeds from two separate substations; three emergency generators; fiber carried by Comcast, AT&T, Sunesys and Lightpath; and two 90-ton and one 120-ton cooling towers with a closed loop system.
As for amenities, the Princeton workgroup location features a newly renovated on-site cafeteria (with outdoor seating coming soon), and an on-site fitness center.
“This is a facility where our clients’ employees can comfortably continue to work in the wake of any type of business interruption they may face,” said Mr. Tellone.
The new Continuity Centers workgroup is in the Princeton Forrestal Center, Princeton, NJ.