Tangram Interiors will celebrate the grand opening of a Bakersfield facility Oct. 5.

The company's new facility at 7415 Meany Ave. includes a showroom and warehouse, will house approximately 10 people and will be managed by Kellie Reed, current Tangram general manager for the Central Valley, the company said in a news release. It said the office will serve Kern County, while the warehouse will supply customers throughout the valley.

"It is a reflection of Tangram’s commitment to investing in the communities in which it serves and is anticipated to be one of the most beautiful facilities in Bakersfield when completed," the news release said.

Tangram Interiors describes itself as an innovator in creative commercial interiors through integration of  technology, furniture, floor coverings and support services. 

Clients have included Delano Regional Medical Center, Bakersfield Christian High School, Grimmway Farms and Nestle.

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