Marshall ISD – School Bond Program Management

Marshall, Texas

LAN is the program manager for the Marshall ISD $109.2 million bond program. The bond was the first passed in over 30 years for the District and represents a significant milestones for generations of students in the community. The bond program consists of the following five projects that will assist the district in their efforts to perform a grade-level realignment:

• Three new prototype elementary schools totaling approximately 80,000 SF constructed on existing school sites
• A new 100,000 SF, two-story prototype Junior High School constructed on a greenfield site
• A Junior High School repurposed to serve as Elementary School STEM facility

LAN was selected after the Bond had passed and the project was approaching design development approval stage, with a hard push by the architect to proceed with the work. LAN quickly engaged with the District and the architect to assess the previous cost, schedule, and quality (features) commitments and evaluated the status of each to the work in progress.LAN is providing design phase management, procurement and construction administration services. These services include, among many others, value engineering, schedule management, cost controls, contract consulting, construction observations, and closeout activities. To date, the LAN team has implemented approximately $9.47 million in savings and added value to the entire program.

At a glance

$109.2 million bond program

First bond passed in 30+ years

Three new Elementary Schools (80 K SF)

New Junior High School (100 K SF)

Repurposed Junior High School/Elementary STEM facility


$9.47 million total project savings & added value

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


Bond Program Management


Marshall Independent School District

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