Embassy centre in Los Angeles doubles size to meet growing demand
03 July 2012
The Embassy centre in Los Angeles re-opened its doors to a fabulous new look and feel after a full refurbishment.
It was much needed as the study centre had reached full capacity with its 6 classrooms. Starting from scratch, the entire floor was rebuilt to ensure best use of the space for everybody.
Students and staff graciously relocated to the floor below during the renovations as walls were quickly taken down and replaced. The new modern layout means that the centre now benefits from double the number of classrooms, glass partitions and new flooring throughout, including bamboo in the hallways, more space in the computer centre, improved facilities for both students and staff, as well as new furniture.
Once the finishing touches had been applied, the team moved back into their new home to the delight of staff and students. Centre Director Francesca Andrews commented:
“The centre is now bright and airy throughout making it a pleasure for all of us to come here every day. Former students have already come back to check it out and are astounded. This is now the perfect learning and teaching environment that customers expect from Embassy and we look forward to welcoming students to our new home!”
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