FSR, AVIXA and Biamp Update Buildings at Andrew Young School

School has transformed abandoned buildings into learning centers
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ATLANTA—The Andrew Young School of Policy Studies took on the challenge of converting empty and abandoned buildings and renovating them into high-tech learning centers. To do this, the school enlisted the help of FSR, AVIXA (Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association) and Biamp as collaborators.

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Gina Sansivero

The trio of companies are specifically lending their hands to a custom experience that will be held at these buildings on Dec. 6. The experience will take attendees on a tour of two historic buildings and how the school—and FSR, AVIXA and Biamp—are upgrading the sites to functional modern learning centers.

“This is a rare opportunity for end-users from the education, healthcare and corporate sectors of the pro AV market to see what went into renovating these buildings and turning them into advanced, high-technology learning centers,” said Gina Sansivero, director of business development, education, at FSR.

The event will take place at the school’s Andrew Young Building from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, visit www.cvent.com.


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