Tomball School District Breaks Ground on Three Projects (Source: Houston Business Journal)

by Jun 3, 2019News0 comments

By Jonathan Adams

The Tomball school district broke ground on three of its largest projects from the 2017 bond package: a junior high school, an elementary school and a football stadium.

The projects are part of a $275 million bond referendum. The new schools are meant to accommodate rapid growth, as the district, which currently has 15,000 students, predicts having an additional 4,500 students by 2021.

The bond projects are managed by Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam Inc., which attended the groundbreaking and was represented by JP Grom, vice president of the company.

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