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Bond Facilities


BOND 2014
 

FUTURE PLANNED PROJECTS

Facility Anticipated Opening Date
Holmsley Elementary School Renovation August 2018
Willbern Elementary School Renovation August 2018
Existing Matzke Elementary School Repurpose and Renovation August 2018
Middle School No. 19 August 2019
Elementary School No. 57 August 2019
Cy Falls High School Renovation August 2019
Cy Springs High School Renovation August 2019
Elementary School No. 58 August 2020

 









 

CURRENT DESIGN PROJECTS

Facility Architect Anticipated Opening Date
Agricultural Center PBK September 2016
Transportation Center VLK October 2016
Dean Middle School Major Renovations and Additions IBI Group August 2017
Adam Elementary School Major Renovations and Additions VLK August 2017
Bane Elementary School Major Renovations and Additions IBI Group August 2017
Jowell Elementary School Major Renovations and Additions VLK August 2017
Elementary School No. 56 VLK August 2017
Matzke Elementary Replacement School PBK August 2017
Watkins Middle School Major Renovations and Additions PBK August 2018


CURRENT CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
 

Pridgeon Stadium Renovation & New Natatorium – In 2014, the Board approved the administration’s recommendation to select PBK Architects to design both the Pridgeon Stadium Remodel & the New Natatorium next to the stadium. Completion of Pridgeon Stadium is scheduled for August 2016 and Natatorium is scheduled for December 2016.

CFISD Security Project – In 2014, the Board approved the administration’s recommendation to select VLK Architects to design a District wide Security project. This project will provide new card readers at all campuses and will update campus audio/video and security equipment.

BOND 2007


CURRENT CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
 

High School No. 12 & Elementary School No. 55 – In January 2012, the Board approved the administration’s recommendation to select IBI Group to design and master-plan the 128 acre multi-campus site located in Bridgeland and is located between Mason Road and The Grand Parkway. This site will include High School No. 12, a future Middle School and Elementary School No. 55. Completion of both High School No. 12 and Elementary No. 55 is scheduled for summer of 2017 in preparation for the 2017-18 school year.

High School No. 11 - Approved by the Board in January 2012. High School 11 is located on CFISD’s 179 acre multi-campus site at FM 529 and Westgreen Boulevard. This project was designed by PBK Architects as an Educational Village concept and is currently under construction. Completion is scheduled for summer 2016 in preparation for the 2016-17 school year.
 

COMPLETED CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
 

Sadie Woodard Elementary School, Elementary No. 54 – Opened in August 2015 and is located at the intersection of Barker Cypress Road and Cypress North Houston Boulevard in the Alder Trails Subdivision. The construction contract was awarded to Drymalla Construction company, Inc. in the amount of $20,559,000, using funds from the 2007 Bond. The project was designed by PBK Architects.

Bradley Police Station – Completed in July 2014. The construction contract was awarded to ICI Construction in the amount of $7,400,200, using interest earnings and project cost savings from the 2001 and 2004 Bonds. The project was designed by PBK Architects.

David Anthony, Ed. D. Middle School, Middle School No. 18 – Opened in August 2014 and is located on CFISD’s multi-campus site, adjacent to Rennell Elementary School, in the Towne Lake Development. The construction contract was awarded to DivisionOne Construction LLC in the amount of $38,063,000, using funds from the 2007 Bond. The project was designed by IBI Group (previously Bay Architects).

Sue Gratehouse Pope Elementary School, Elementary School No. 53 – Opened in August 2013 and is located located in Bridgeland at the corner of Bridge Cove Drive and North Bridgeland Lake Parkway. The construction contract was awarded to Gamma Construction in the amount of $14,765,500 using funds from the 2007 Bond. The project was designed by VLK Architects.

Alternative Learning Center West - Opened in August 2009 and is located on the surplus property adjacent to Jowell Elementary School, at 19350 Rebel Yell. The construction contract was awarded to Drymalla Construction, Inc. in the amount of $8,938,000, using funds from the 2007 Bond. The facility was designed by PBK Architects.

Emery Elementary School, Elementary School No. 51 - Opened in August 2010 and is located at Round Robin Drive and Plantation Myrtles Drive. The construction contract was awarded to Drymalla Construction, Inc. in the amount of $12,075,000 using funds from the 2007 Bond. The project was designed by PBK Architects.

Rennell Elementary School, Elementary School No. 52 - Opened in August 2010 and is located on CFISD's multi-campus site in the Towne Lake Development on Tuckerton Road and Greenhouse Road. The construction contract was awarded to Purcell Construction, Inc. in the amount of $13,649,000, using funds from the 2007 Bond. The project was designed by Bay Architects.

Salyards Middle School, Middle School No. 17 - Opened in August 2011 and is located on Fairfield Place Drive in the Fairfield community. The construction contract was awarded to Purcell Construction, Inc. in the amount of $30,303,000, using funds from the 2007 Bond. The project was designed by SHW Architects. Salyards provides enrollment relief to Aragon, Goodson, Hamilton and Spillane middle schools.

 

 

BOND 2004

Agricultural Centers - Built on district property on Eldridge Road, adjacent to new transportation center site. The agricultural center was designed by CLR Architects and built in conjunction with the new transportation center. A second agricultural center was also built on district property on Telge Road, adjacent to the Exhibit Center. CLR Architects designed the center. Sharing the site on North Eldridge adjacent to Cypress Ridge High School, the district’s fourth transportation center and first Ag farm opened in December 2004. Both facilities share similar design traits and color scheme with the neighboring high school. The second Ag farm was built on Telge Road and is identical to the first Ag facility except that it shares similar design traits and color schemes with the neighboring security building and exhibit center.

Andre' Elementary School, Elementary School No. 45 - Opened in August 2006 and is located at Fry and Longenbaugh roads and was designed by SHW Group, Inc.  At the March 2005 board meeting, trustees approved the construction contract award to Gamma Construction Co. in the amount of $9,293,550.  The recommended contract award was $1,065,450 under the established construction budget included in the 2004 Bond Program. Andre' provides enrollment relief to Duryea, Jowell, and Walker.

Berry Center & Athletic Stadium - Completed in March 2006 on a 65-acre site at Barker Cypress and West Road. As a result of combining both facilities on the same site, the district realized a savings by sharing the parking lot. PBK Architects along with their design consultant, HOK Sport Venue presented the final design to the board in June 2003. The project was awarded to Spaw Glass in the amount of $72,897,808.00. The Educational Support Center held graduation for the graduating class of 2006.

Cypress Lakes High School, High School No. 10 - Opened in August 2008 and is located on Greenhouse Road, South of FM 529 and was designed by PBK Architects. Cypress Lakes was originally scheduled to open for the 2009-2010 school year; however due to the high level of growth in the southwest part of the district, there was a need to provide enrollment relief for Cypress Springs High School for the 2008-2009 school year.

Cypress Ranch High School, High School No. 9 - Opened in August 2008 and is located on the 130 acre multi-campus site at Fry Road and Cypress North Houston, was awarded to Pepper-Lawson Construction, L.P. in the amount of $68,673,095.00. The contract amount is $162,855.00 under budget. High School No. 9 is a repeat design of Cypress Woods High School. Both high schools were designed by PBK Architects, Inc. with modifications to existing plans used in the construction of Cypress Woods, Cypress Ridge and Cypress Springs high schools. Each new school has a modified footprint which includes the relocation of the library above the main lobby. New mandates from the Texas Education Agency require additional square footage for the science labs and library from previous high school designs which are incorporated into the final designs.

The Board approved the swimming pool option 2 for High Schools No. 9 and No. 10 which consists of a six-lane, 25-yard practice pool constructed at Cypress Lakes and an eight-lane, 25-yard meet pool with a five-lane, warm-up pool area at Cypress Ranch. Constructing the meet pool allows CFISD to host larger swimming competitions such as district meets and tri and quad meets in which three or four teams compete.

Eldridge Transportation Center – Opened in December 2004 and built on district property on Eldridge Road, adjacent to Cypress Ridge High School and is designed by CLR Architects.

Hemmenway Elementary School, Elementary No. 48 - Opened in August 2008 and is located on West Little York Road, west of Fry Road. In February 2007, the Board of Trustees approved the construction contract award to Purcell Construction in the amount of $11,506,000.  The school was designed by PBK Architects, Inc. and is modeled after Warner Elementary.

Hopper Middle School, Middle School No. 15 - Opened in August 2007 and is located at Fry Road on the southern portion of the Cypress Springs High School site, and was designed by Bay Architects. The Board also approved the administration’s recommendation to select the Construction Manager at Risk delivery method which, due to the need for an accelerated schedule to open Hopper one year early, this provided the district the best value to open this school for the 2007-2008 school year. At the February 2006 board meeting, trustees approved the construction contract award to Purcell Construction in the amount of $24,422,526.

McFee Elementary School, Elementary No. 47 - Opened in August 2007 and is located at Greenhouse Road and Plantation Cove Lane, and designed by Bay Architects. At the February 2006 board meeting, trustees approved the construction contract award to Purcell Construction in the amount of $10,508,000.

Postma Elementary School, Elementary No. 44 - Opened in August 2006 and is located at West and Greenhouse Roads and was designed by PBK Architects, Inc. At the April 2005 board meeting, trustees approved the construction contract award to Drymalla Construction Company as part of the combined construction contract for Black and Postma totaling $20,347,000. Postma provided enrollment relief to Burkes and Lamkin Elementary Schools.

M. Robinson Elementary School, Elementary No. 49 - Opened in August 2008 and is located on Westfield Village Road west of Fry Road, and was designed by SHW Group, Inc. The construction contract was awarded to Purcell Construction in the amount of $11,442,000. The school is modeled after Andre' Elementary School.

Smith Middle School, Middle School No. 16 - Opened in August 2009 and is located on the 130-acre multi-school campus site on Fry Road near the intersection of Cypress N. Houston. The school was designed by SHW Group, Inc.

Swenke Elementary School, Elementary No. 50 - Opened in August 2009 and is located on a 14-acre site located at Fairfield Place Drive and Schiel Road. Swenke is designed by Bay Architects and is a new prototype design using design features from McFee Elementary School. The school features a complementary unique design utilizing similar building materials and colors. Swenke provided enrollment relief for Keith and Ault Elementary schools. The school is the seventh elementary campus and the last new facility funded from the 2004 Bond Referendum. The Board of Trustees approved the site, architect and completion date during the August 2007 Board meeting and awarded the construction contract in March 2008.

Warner Elementary School, Elementary No. 46 - Opened in August 2007 and is located on the 130 acre multi-campus site at Fry Road and Cypress North Houston and built under the same contract as Cypress Ranch High School, High School No. 9.  The construction contract was awarded to Pepper-Lawson Construction, L.P. in the amount of $68,673,095.00. The contract amount was $162,855.00 under budget. Warner is a new prototype design developed by the district and PBK Architects implemented some of the design concepts and features of Duryea and Danish Elementary schools.

BOND 2001

Black Elementary School, Elementary No. 43 - Opened in August 2006 and is located at Spring Cypress and Grant Road. This school was built from savings in construction costs and interest earned from the 2001 bond election. It was designed by PBK Architects, Inc. At the April 2005 board meeting, trustees approved the construction contract award to Drymalla Construction Company as part of the combined construction contract for Black and Postma elementaries totaling $20,347,000. Black provides enrollment relief to Farney , A. Robison, and Keith Elementary schools.

Carlton Center - Opened in August 2006.  The new building replaces the previous facility and was built in conjunction with Cypress Woods High School for cost savings.

Cypress Woods High School, High School No. 8 - Opened in August 2006.  High School No. 8 and the new Carlton Center are located at the 182 acre multi-school site at Spring Cypress and Skinner and were designed by PBK Architects, Inc. The high school is a repeat of Cypress Ridge High School, which provided a reduction in architectural fees. Cypress Woods has a capacity of about 3300 students.

Danish Elementary School, Elementary School No. 42 - Opened in August 2005 is located on a 10.9-acre site along Fallbrook just west of F.M. 1960.  It was designed by PBK Architects, Inc. using similar plans used in the construction of Sampson, Ault, Gleason and Willbern.  Danish provides enrollment relief to Adam, Emmott, Matzke, Millsap and Yeager Elementary schools.

Duryea Elementary School, Elementary No. 39 - Opened in August 2004 and is located at Arbor Creek and Fry Road.  This school repeated the architectural designs used for Sampson and Gleason elementary schools with some modifications to the floor plan and main entrance and was designed by PBK Architects.  The Board awarded a contract in the amount of $8,501,800 to Satterfield and Pontikes Construction, Inc for construction of Duryea Elementary School. The contract was approximately $1.1 million under projected construction costs.

Kahla Middle School, Middle School No. 14 - Opened in August 2005 and is located on the 50-acre site on West Little York between Highway 6 and Queenston Blvd. The construction contract for Kahla Middle School was awarded to Purcell Construction in the amount of $18,988,000. This bid came in $1,262,000 under the amount originally budgeted for this project. This school was modeled after the plans for Goodson Middle School and was designed by Bay Architects.

Keith Elementary School, Elementary No. 40 - Opened in August 2004 and is located at Fairfield Green and Mason Road in the Fairfield subdivision.  CLR Architects designed Keith Elementary with modifications to the architectural designs used in the construction of Walker and Robison Elementary. Variations in the designs for Keith Elementary include a different brick color and pattern as well as changes to the look of the main entrance.

Lee Elementary School, Elementary No. 41 - Opened in August 2005 and is located on a 13-acre site along West Little York east of N. Eldridge Parkway.  Lee Elementary & Danish Elementary represent the final two elementary schools approved in the 2001 bond election.  Bay Architects, Inc. designed Lee Elementary using similar plans used in the construction of Tipps and Farney elementary schools. Lee provides enrollment relief to Bane, Gleason, Hairgrove, Horne, Kirk and Willbern Elementary Schools..

A. Robison Elementary, Elementary No. 37 - Opened in August 2003 and is located near the intersection of Skinner and Spring-Cypress Roads. The Board awarded a contract to Drymalla Construction Company in the amount of $9,384,657 for the construction of Robison Elementary. CLR Architects designed this school. A. Robison provides enrollment relief to Ault, Farney, Lamkin, and Sampson Elementary Schools.

Spillane Middle School, Middle School No. 13 - Opened in August 2005 and is located on the 182-acre multi-school site at Jarvis and Skinner Road with A. Robison Elementary and Cypress Wood High School.  The construction contract was awarded to Gamma Construction Company in the amount of $22,600,000, and was modeled after Aragon Middle School.  Developed by SHW Group, Inc., it includes a practice swimming pool as well as a HVAC central plant that will serve all three schools built at that site. The bid for this project was $3,545,000 less than the amount that was budgeted in the 2001 bond proposal.

Tipps Elementary School, Elementary 38 - Opened in August 2003 and is located on Queenston between West Little York and Kieth Harrow Boulevards. Purcell Construction was awarded this construction contract for $8,771,000, which was $729,000 under budget.  Bay Architects modified the design of Farney Elementary.  Tipps provides enrollment relief to Metcalf, Lieder, Sheridan, and Wilson Elementary Schools.

BOND 1998

Birkes Elementary School, Elementary No. 36 - Opened in August 2003 and is located near the corner of Queenston and West Roads adjacent to Aragon Middle School.  The school, not included in the 1998 bond election, is funded with savings from bond projects and interest income from the 1998 bonds. The final contract amount was $8,827,500 and was constructed by Purcell Construction.  This school was a modified version of Kirk Elementary and was designed by SHW Architects.  Birkes provided enrollment relief to Copeland, Fiest, and Lowery Elementary Schools.

Bradley Security Building - A construction contract for $1,065,200 was awarded to Smith Commercial Contracting for the construction of the district’s new security building. The funding for the construction was made possible through interest earnings and project cost savings from the 1998 bond election. The project was completed in March 2002.

Cypress Ridge High School, High School No. 7 - Opened in August 2002 and is located on Eldridge Parkway and West Road near Traders Village.  The school design is a repeat of Cypress Springs High School.  Trustees awarded a contract in the amount of $3,473,000 to Purcell Construction, Inc. for the construction of the Instructional Support Center expansion. The expansion is to the north side of the facility and includes additional parking spaces for personnel. Funding for the expansion project was generated by interest earned and cost savings from 1998 bond projects. Construction was completed in July 2002.

Sampson Elementary School, Elementary no. 35 - Opened in August 2002 and is located in Coles Crossing.  The School was modeled after the plans for Gleason Elementary and was designed by PBK Architects.  Sampson provided enrollment relief to Ault, Farney and Lamkin Elementary Schools.

 

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