‘A Bird’s-Eye View’ of Usain Bolt’s Currently Under Construction Building, Expected to be Call Centre – Watch Video

In an effort to diversify his portfolio after leaving the world of track and field, sprint legend Usain Bolt has ventured into several different businesses over the years and seemingly will be opening his second call centre soon, with the building currently under construction.

Bolt entered the business processing outsourcing (BPO) sector a few years ago, partnering with an outsourcing firm to construct his first call centre on Half Way Tree Road.

Following the completion of his first project, which is currently fully operational, the former sprinter is preparing to seemingly launch his second, this time on Hope Road in Kingston.

Drone footage taken from the location of the new call centre offers a bird’s-eye view of the building, which reportedly sits on a 60,000-square-foot property.

In the footage, the frame of the expansive, multi-story building appears near completion, and heavy machinery can be seen on site as workmen continue the construction of the facility.

The layout of the centre will seemingly be similar to that of most call centres in the country and feature open floors to easily facilitate various cubicles for staff.

Watch footage taken from the construction site below.

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