The City Council of Marbella (Málaga) has fitted out a new multipurpose room in the Platero School of Las Chapas, an action framed within the Conservation Plan for educational centers in the municipality.
The mayor, Ángeles Muñoz, who has visited the dependencies, has underlined “the local investment that we are allocating to modernize the city’s school facilities” and he recalled that it is a center with many years, “that wants to continue improving and renewing itself thanks also to the drive of the management and the board of directors”.
Specifically, “the new space, highly demanded by the educational community, will allow the development of important projects such as ‘Silver Talent’a program that we want to implement in other centers”, the councilor has indicated.
For the creation of this new space, two classrooms and a bathroom have been joined, which were being used for storage. Among the works carried out, the removal of old electrical and plumbing installationas well as the elements of the toilet and the pavement of the car and shelves that existed in the instances, in addition to the demolition of the common partitions, as detailed by the City Council in a statement.
In addition, we have proceeded to replacement of tiling Yet the pavement unification of the new room, as well as blinds have been repaired and several windows have been replaced. The electrical installation and lighting have also been reformed, opting for LED technology and painting work has been undertaken to complete the updating of the space.
This action is added to others carried out in the center, such as the reinforcement and heightening of the perimeter fence, the conditioning of the access area and the placement of flagpoles. The director of the school, Manuel Sánchez, thanked the City Council for the investment and highlighted that the objective of the current Platero educational project is “to become a cultural benchmark in the Las Chapas area”.