Luling ISD – Bond Program Management

Luling Texas

LAN was the program manager for Luling ISD’s $31.9 million bond program. The bond package included a new pre-K to fifth-grade campus at the Shanklin site, renovation of the existing 2003 campus building, and renovations at Gerdes Junior High School.

The new $23.6 million, two-story facility accommodates 800 pre-K to fifth-grade students, has 41 classrooms, two playgrounds, a gymnasium, media center, cafeteria, kitchen, and administrative offices. The elementary school also incorporates several life-safety and security enhancement measures to resist potential active shooter intrusions, including:

  • Bullet-resistant glass at areas of high visibility from the exterior
  • Recessed doorways leading to the classrooms; this will pockets of visibility protection as opposed to long uninterrupted corridors
  • Vehicle barricades at the main entrance
  • Secondary, end-of-corridor security vestibule in addition to the one at the main entrance to the administrative suite, using access control hardware
  • Perimeter fencing to surround the property where new playgrounds are situated
  • Adjoined classrooms and breakout rooms that enable student movement between classrooms out of the corridor sight lines

“Our district has come to trust LAN as a true advocate for our needs while working with the other teammates to our bond program. As a virtual extension of our district staff, they allow me and my team to focus on the most important parts of our regular work: teaching the students of our district.” – Superintendent Erin Warren, Luling ISD


At a glance

$31.9 million bond program

New Elementary School campus

Renovations to Existing Classroom Building

Renovations to Existing Junior High School


K-12 Bond Program Management


Luling Independent School District

Related Work

K12 Education

Program Management