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Danielson CTWorks Center Moves to Temporary Dayville Site During Renovations

For immediate release
July 21, 2008

WETHERSFIELD, The Danielson CTWorks Career Center at 95 Westcott Rd. will close for renovation beginning Thursday, July 24. A temporary office will open on Monday, July 28, at 559 Hartford Pike in the Bell Park Plaza, Dayville – approximately 2.5 miles from the Danielson Center.

Renovations are expected to take three months. The temporary office, which is handicapped accessible by elevator, is located in Suite 201, which is above the Dunkin’ Donuts coffee shop. The phone number will remain the same: 860-779-5850. 

“Using a temporary location will allow for faster, uninterrupted remodeling and general updating of the Danielson CTWorks Center,” noted State Labor Commissioner Patricia H. Mayfield. “However, with reduced office space at the Dayville location, services will be limited. During renovations, customers needing a full range of employment services, including workshops and appointments with career counselors, are invited to visit the CTWorks Center in Willimantic.”

The Willimantic office is located at 1320 Main Street in Tyler Square, Mayfield noted. For those customers currently going to the Danielson office to participate in the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program, all of these services will be held without any interruption in service at the temporary Dayville office

Once the Danielson office re-opens in October, the renovated space will include a new computer lab and reconfigured space that will allow the Bureau of Rehabilitation Services’ counselors to move to the Danielson location.  Along with a new phone system, a fresh coat of paint and new carpeting, the redesigned layout will offer user-friendly features and a more modern look.

According to Mayfield, the Danielson office is the third CTWorks Center to be renovated within the last several years. “Our goal is to offer the employment services and advice in a welcoming, professional environment,” she noted. “This renovation is an opportunity to upgrade our career centers so our visitors can be productive and successful in their job search.“

More than 100,000 Connecticut residents currently receive assistance from CTWorks Centers each year, obtaining help with résumé development, improving interviewing skills or obtaining training services. Connecticut businesses also receive support and services ranging from recruitment assistance and specialty training to information on tax credit programs. 

Those seeking a list of nearby CTWorks offices can check the Blue Pages of a local telephone directory or visit the Connecticut Department of Labor’s Web site at

Media Contact: Nancy Steffens  (860) 263-6535

200 Folly Brook Boulevard, Wethersfield, CT 06109 / Phone: 860-263-6000

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