Marshall ISD – School Bond Program Management

Marshall Texas

LAN served as program manager for Marshall ISD’s 2015 $109.2 million bond program and is currently managing its 2023 $41.9 million bond program.

2015 Bond

The 2015 bond was the first passed in over 30 years for the District and represented a significant milestone for generations of students in the community. LAN provided design phase management, procurement, and construction administration services. These services included value engineering, schedule management, cost controls, contract consulting, construction observations, and closeout activities.

The bond program included the following five projects which assisted the District in its efforts to perform a grade-level realignment:
• Three new 82,000 SF prototype elementary schools constructed on existing school sites
• A new 185,000 SF two-story prototype junior high school constructed on a greenfield site
• Significant renovations to the senior high school including science labs and ADA-compliant restrooms
• Repurposing of a junior high school to serve as an elementary school STEM facility
• Rebuilding the high school stadium’s press box

In total, the LAN Team saved the District more than $9.47 million in savings and added value which the District reinvested into additional projects to modernize the high school and build an elementary school STEM facility.

2023 Bond

The 2023 bond focuses on extensive Marshall High School campus renovations and expansions. The upgrades to the 40-year-old facility include its library and media center, cafeteria, music halls, common areas, classrooms, and offices. In addition, exterior improvements to the building’s façade will be completed. The program also includes the addition of a new state-of-the-art Career and Technical Education (CTE) building to provide an accredited space for students to pursue certifications and licenses for several CTE programs at Marshall ISD. A new auxiliary gymnasium will also be built, serving as a dedicated practice facility for extracurricular activities.

At a glance

$109.2 million bond program (2015)

$41.9 million bond program (2023)

Three new Elementary Schools

New Junior High School

Repurposed Junior High School/Elementary STEM facility

High School renovations and expansion


$9.47 million total project savings & added value (2015)

Management of design through construction

21st Century Learning and career technology education

Phased packaging

Cost and schedule savings from constructability reviews and revised bidding strategy


K-12 Bond Program Management


Marshall Independent School District

Related Work

K12 Education

Program Management