Spring ISD’s board of trustees approved construction managers for two major projects from the district’s $850 million 2022 bond on Jan. 9.

The big picture

The selected construction managers for the remodel of Spring High School and the $141 million Education, Performance and Instruction Center project are Stewart Builders and Durotech Inc., respectively, a SISD spokesperson said in a Jan. 18 email.

Applications were received from five qualified firms for each project before finalists were selected, SISD officials said during the Jan. 4 board of trustees meeting. Trustees approved the recommended managers as part of the board’s consent agenda on Jan. 9.

The background

Trustees selected the architects for the SHS and EPIC projects in August, as previously reported by Community Impact. Designs for EPIC and the Spring High School projects have not yet been published, according to SISD’s spokesperson.

SISD's $850 million bond package was approved by voters in 2022 and is made up of three propositions:
  • Proposition A allocates $681 million to fund campus improvements, including rebuilding SHS and renovating Westfield High School along with Reynolds and Jenkins elementary schools.
  • Proposition B slates $141 million for the construction of the EPIC, which will be used for district events, such as graduation and convocation; academic, athletic and performing arts events; University Interscholastic League competitions; and expos.
  • Proposition C funds $28 million in districtwide technology upgrades, such as replacing teacher laptops, adding laptop charging stations to classrooms, upgrading computer labs, enhancing districtwide cybersecurity and updating the district’s telephone system.
For more information on SISD’s 2022 bond, click here.