Diamond Hill-Jarvis Addition & Renovation
Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School
Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School will receive an addition for science classrooms and laboratories.
Common spaces will be renovated to create collaboration spaces for learning and student interaction. Moderate renovations will be applied to various locations within the school to meet the twenty-first century learning model. Renovations will include reclaiming or repurposing space to support the Arts, Business/Marketing, Health Sciences and Career and Technical Education.
Fort Worth, TX 76106
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The JROTC Ramp has been poured and so has the front entry ramp walls. Up next will be the sidewalk […]
Phase 2 is moving along! We’ve completed the 2-Story upper subgrade and are working to complete the 2-Story lower half […]
The JROTC slab subgrade received its second lift of infill material.
The building pad is being excavated and graded in preparation for the foundation.
The project is progressing! ONCOR helped us by removing the power to the poles (photo 1), and we built the […]
We all love to see before, during, and after photos! Take a look at the new electric service channels!
Demolition has commenced for Phase 1 site improvements (JROTC and CTE Addition and Future Parking)
A few new classroom portable buildings are installed with new ramps and temporary fencing.
Temporary portables are being installed to be used as classrooms while parts of the school are being renovated.
Conceptual architectural renderings showcase some potential exterior and interior improvements at Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School.
A pre-proposal meeting was held where vendors could find out more information about aspects of the procurement process, proposal requirements, […]
A pre-proposal meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 27th, at 10:00am for the bid opportunity, CMAR 19-044 Diamond Hill-Jarvis […]
The architects, RPGA/JAL, held a design charrette with students of Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School. RPGA/JAL went over the scope of […]