About the Project
Their plan is to turn this Downtown Woonsocket vacancy into a “hub of activity”, which includes several uses. These uses include; six low-income apartments, a culinary incubator, an art studio, an indoor event area, and an outdoor plaza to host public markets and events. You can find out more about the project on NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley’s post about the Mulvey’s Project.
In the new Mulvey’s Project, TechCentric has a role in providing network infrastructure, security surveillance, access control, and VoIP telephone services.
Pictured is TechCentric’s Jason Haley working with building contractors onsite at the Mulvey’s Project.