| Central Penn Business Journal
One2One computer company to build Lancaster office
A Lancaster-based computer services company soon will break ground on a $1.5 million office in a Keystone Opportunity Zone, it announced on Monday.
One2One Inc., at 631 S. Water St., early in March will begin construction on a 10,000-square-foot office at 617 S. Water St., the company said. The site is in a Keystone Opportunity Zone, an area the state designates for projects exempting developers and property owners from many city and state taxes.
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The company, which in 2010 changed its name from One2One Computer Services Inc., needs more space for some initiatives it's working on, administrative supervisor Sarah Maser said.
The projects include "client education to hold seminars and workshops and mobile areas for our technicians," she said.
The open floor plan will allow for portable work spaces, she said. The office will include meeting rooms, a café and an exercise room for employees, the company said.
The project is slated for completion by late summer.
Founded in 2001, One2One includes divisions providing computer repair, data backup, business information technology consulting and website design and hosting.
Lancaster-based Richard F. Mulá Architects designed the facility, and Heck Construction Co. Inc. in Denver, Pa., is the general contractor for the project.