Tomball ISD – Bond Program Management

Tomball Texas

Since 2017, LAN has been providing program management services at Tomball ISD. LAN was the program manager for the 2017 $275 million Bond Program and is currently the program manager for the 2021 $494 million Bond Program.

2017 Bond Program
The $275 million Bond Program was designed to meet the District’s needs and provide the environment and infrastructure needed for students to succeed in the 21st century.

The growth-based bond was designed to address a projected 30% increase in students entering the District by 2021. Projects included both new construction and major renovation to address the growing student population at multiple campuses.

LAN provided complete program management services to the District, from assistance with bond planning and site selection through design and construction oversight, for all major projects. Major projects included the development of a 212-acre complex on a new site for a new junior high school, a new elementary school, and a 10,000-seat multi-purpose athletic stadium for the district. Other projects included a new natatorium, an agricultural barn, and major renovations to three existing schools. As a green field site, the 212-acre master planned campus required its own water treatment plant and wastewater treatment plant. LAN took the lead in the early planning stages by programming to establish the needed capacities and initiated permitting to expedite the process prior to the design consultants coming on board.

2021 Bond Program
Tomball ISD called on LAN to assist with the 2021 Bond planning, which voters ultimately passed to meet the continued fast growth needs. The $494 million Bond Program includes five new schools and major renovations to two existing campuses to meet the district’s instructional needs. Additional work includes improvements to address transportation updates, repair of aging facilities, and replacement of outdated technology.

The projects include: Juergen Road master planned campus which will be home to a new Juergen Road water treatment plant; Juergen Road Elementary, Intermediate, and High School; an agricultural science facility; Tomball Innovation Center master planning; renovations for the CTE Programs; a new elementary school; district facility improvements; and security upgrades for multiple campuses.

At a glance

$494 million Bond Program (2021)

 $275 million Bond Program (2017)

 Three new elementary schools, one new intermediate school, one new junior high school, and one new high school

 New athletic stadium (seating 10,000 spectators)

 New natatorium

 Two new agricultural science facilities

 Technology & security upgrades

 New bus transportation facility

 Career Technology Education (CTE) renovations

 Tomball Innovation Center renovations


Complete program management services

Procurement management

Consultant selection

Development of master schedule

Land purchasing

Site master planning

Design review

Schedule/budget monitoring


K-12 Bond Program Management


Tomball Independent School District

Related Work

K12 Education

Program Management