Jan 6th 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider

Cypress-Fairbanks ISD (CFISD) has several capital project procurements scheduled for early 2021 stemming from its successful $1.76 billion bond in 2019.
District trustees reviewed the final designs at their December 14 meeting for CFISD’s new $65.9 million administration building and $46.6 million visual and performing arts center.
Cypress Fairbanks PAC rendering Cypress Fairbanks ISD schedules multiple procurements for early 2021

Cypress-Fairbanks PAC rendering

The districtwide performing arts center is anticipated to open in August 2022 with a seating capacity of 1,500 split between a two-balcony auditorium and 200-seat theater. Other amenities will include a dance studio, visual arts room, and office spaces.

CFISD’s plans for a new administration building feature a boardroom, conference center, and work spaces for 700 employees in a 221,000-square-foot structure.
As these two facilities will be on the same site next to Cy-Fair High School, the district is planning to issue one request for proposals (RFP) in February 2021 for both projects.
Another RFP scheduled for February will solicit construction services for Elementary School No. 57, which is slated to be complete by June 2022. The 120,000-square-foot two-story school will have a 1,092-student capacity.
CFISD plans to issue an RFP on January 14, 2021 for renovations to Rennell Elementary School and an addition to the Westgreen Agricultural Center. Those projects are scheduled for completion in August 2021.
Other procurements in January include a RFP for an addition to the district’s exhibit center and renovations to the Burns Science Resource Center, both of which are set for completion in December 2021. The RFP includes renovations to Adam Elementary School, which are expected to be complete by August 2021.