Lockhart ISD

Lockhart High School Construction Camera

Lockhart High School

Lockhart High School

Lockhart High School was constructed in 1965. There have been numerous additions and upgrades to the facility over the years; however, the campus falls short in a number of areas specific to the size and function of instructional spaces relative to the State standards outlined in the Texas Administrative Code. At almost 185,000sf, the facility supports grades 10th-12th with a current enrollment approaching 1,000 students.

The bond program includes extensive demolition, renovation and additions to the campus to support grades 9th-12th. Also included are improvements to the high school athletic facilities to address capacity and accessibility.

Budget: $47,057,811
Architect:Huckabee, Inc.
Contractor:Bartlett-Cocke General Contractors
Projected Completion: July 2017
Update: Sitework / Misc:
  • Irrigation training for LISD staff and maintenance
  • Parking lot striping modifications required by the city are completed
  • Band marching pad/Parking lot stripping is being removed (for corrections)
  • Third shift Fire Department tour of the building and fire riser room
  • TAS inspection for final sections rescheduled
New Construction – Phase 2
  • Section 5 and 6/Common Area/AV Studio:
    • Additional hardware modifications are in progress
  • Section 7/Performing Arts Center:
    • Electricians continue working on house lights
    • Video system training for LISD staff and students
    • Practice run for vendors and LISD admin for county meeting
    • Stage speakers and AV labeling in progress (punchlist items)
  • General Punchlist Items
    • Paint sample installed on the existing window panel for LISD review
    • Locker room shower corrective work continues
    • Library desk drawers have been changed out
    • Electrical circuit installation to future security/access control doors

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Looking ahead: