Trimble Tech High School’s 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, Health Sciences and Career and Technical Education.
KEY INFORMATION
Trustee
Ashley Paz
Budget
$44,571,761
Opening Date
August 2022
Design Process
Address
1003 W Cannon
Fort Worth, TX 76104
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New Square Footage
273,013
Renovated Square Footage
Construction Process
PROJECT TEAM
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Harold Leeman
Harold Leeman
Owner Representative
BYRNE Construction Services | Potere Construction
Contractor
Fender Andrade
Architect

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Pre-Proposal Meeting Recap

07/23/2019

A pre-proposal meeting was held for the bid opportunity, RFQ-CMAR 20-002 Trimble Tech High School 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.

Bid Opportunity and Pre-Proposal Meeting

07/18/2019

Pre-proposal meeting to be held on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at 10:00 AM for the bid opportunity RFQ – CMAR 20-002 Trimble Tech High School Renovation. Find out more information by clicking here.

A Proposed New Vestibule

04/08/2019

New lighting and renovations will create a new experience for students, faculty and visitors entering the school with this proposed new vestibule.

Reviewing Early Renderings

03/21/2019

Architects Fender Andrade presenting early renderings of renovations throughout the school.

Student Sharing Ideas

11/13/2018

Architect, Fender Andrade, recently held a student design charrette at Trimble Technical High School to seek out student input and ideas for the school’s proposed campus renovations.

Students were asked to highlight what they thought were the most important qualities to be applied to the renovation to the campus.

Students were then separated into groups and asked to design their vision of various new spaces within the school. Each group presented their vision which prompted a collaborative discussion between all the students as an exchange of ideas and common themes surfaced related to the overall renovation.

The architects will utilize the students’ valuable input as reference and inspiration during their own design process.