January 13, 2020
We have broken ground for the athletics portion of the project! We are currently demoing the concrete walkway as well as the parking lot.
January 10, 2020
From design to real life! We are so excited to have the Eastern Hills Addition and Renovation project underway. The library and science classrooms are demoed and the framing for the renovation has begun. This is only the beginning, y’all!
April 10, 2019
Conceptual renderings give an idea of what some of the renovations and addition may look like in the school, including: the new library, cafeteria, hallway collaboration spaces and art rooms.
April 2, 2019
Students are sure to embrace the proposed new media center with student collaboration spaces, book stacks, a new tech help desk and more.
March 29, 2019
Conceptual renderings highlight proposed front entrance to Eastern Hills HS and new building addition
March 6, 2019
VLK Architects showing preliminary designs of the renovation and addition to Eastern Hills High School.
February 20, 2019
A pre-proposal meeting was held for the bid opportunity, RFQ-CMAR 19-102 Eastern Hills HS Addition/Renovation, where vendors found out more information about aspects of the procurement process, proposal requirements, contract time, budget and scope. Vendors were taken on a tour of different parts of the school to be renovated. To stay up to date on upcoming bid opportunities, please visit fwisd2017bond.com/vendors.
February 13, 2019
A pre-proposal meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 10:00 am for the bid opportunity RFQ – CMAR 19-102 Eastern Hills High School Addition/Renovation. Find out more information by clicking here.
October 5, 2018
VLK Architects recently held a student design charrette at Eastern Hills High School to seek student input and ideas for the school’s new proposed building addition and campus renovations.
VLK displayed various thought starter image boards featuring exterior building images, instructional vs collaboration spaces, and discovery zones and asked students to tag what images they liked and to post notes on why they were drawn to these images.
Afterwards, students were separated into groups and asked to participate in a gaming activity where each group got to design their version of a new library space using cutouts of various activity zones, furniture, and architectural features. Each group then presented their ideas to the group which prompted a very collaborative discussion between all the students of what they hope their remodeled library space might look like.
Students were also asked to define what they feel their school culture is, what they take pride in, and what they might change if they could.
The architects will utilize the students’ notes and designs as references and inspiration during their own design process.
Students expressed their enjoyment in participating in the design charrette and are now looking forward to how Eastern Hills will be transformed.