Ongoing work on many 2019 Cy-Fair ISD bond projects is wrapping up soon. The district will open a new administration building for district staff and a fine arts venue this year in addition to two new schools. See estimated completion dates in the timeline below.


Mark Henry Administration Building: With a $58.8 million price tag, the five-story building entails 220,000 square feet of office space, support spaces, a 250-seat boardroom, a conference center and a video production studio.

MARCH 2023

Visual & Performing Arts Center: The 85,000-square-foot, $51.5 million facility will feature a 1,500-seat auditorium, a secondary theater, a dance studio, ticketing, concessions and fine arts support spaces.

Transportation Center No. 6: A new transportation center near Cypress Woods High School includes administrative spaces, vehicle service area, bus parking, fueling station and a training center for $26.8 million.

JUNE 2023

Elementary School No. 58:
ICI Construction is set to complete Elementary School No. 58 in time for the 2023-24 school year. The project features classrooms, a library, computer labs, a gymnasium, a cafeteria, administrative offices, a concrete running track and open grass playing areas. The school is located off Clay Road in Katy and has a $33.2 million budget.

Middle School No. 20: Bridgeland will soon be home to Middle School No. 20, a $66.9 million, three-story school. The cafeteria will connect the campus to Wells Elementary School and will complete the educational village at Bridgeland High School off the Grand Parkway and Mason Road.

Ben Bradley Police Building: The CFISD police station will see an upgrade this year with an interior renovation and a 23,000-square-foot addition for an estimated $12.7 million. The addition includes a training center, offices, vehicle car bays, locker rooms, a qualification range and a K-9 unit. The relocation of the main dispatch office, fence and gate replacement, a new surface parking lot and covered walkways are also included in the scope.


Instructional Support Center:
Once the Mark Henry Administration Building opens, the district has budgeted for the Instruction Support Center and ISC West off Jones Road to be repurposed. PBK Architects is overseeing the project’s design. As of press time, district officials said an estimated cost has not been set as the project has not yet gone out to bid.

JUNE 2024

Elementary School No. 59:
Construction commenced on the district’s 59th elementary school in November. Located at Miramesa Drive and West Road, the school is estimated to cost $39.6 million. In addition to classrooms, a library, computer labs, a gymnasium, a cafeteria and administrative offices, the campus will feature a concrete running track and open grass playing areas.