Huckabee

We believe learning environments play such a significant role in student success, that we are exclusively focused on this one thing. Huckabee delivers thoughtful facility solutions to meet the evolving needs of education. Although simple, our commitment requires a complex effort by a sophisticated network of people. Every facility we deliver is designed on the belief that a well-crafted learning environment produces more confident, engaged and accomplished students. That’s been our commitment from the beginning, and that is the true foundation on which we will never waver.

Alvarado ISD—Alvarado High School

Alvarado ISD—Alvarado High School

The school is a compact facility that was designed to transform the traditional learning model. It features learning neighborhoods; a 2-story media center, presentation room and workroom; thoughtfully placed fine arts and athletics; outdoor learning courtyards and a rooftop deck; and a footprint that allows the district to expand in the future. The school is the centerpiece of a multi-functional campus, sharing its site with a competition stadium and multi-use facility.

Duncanville ISD—Acton Elementary School

For the economically and culturally diverse student body that attends it, this new school provides a comfortable, safe space for creativity, inspiration and education. The design created a plethora of opportunities for students to spread out and learn, for families to participate more closely in the learning process and for the community to partner with the school. Agility in education and indoor / outdoor learning are prominent themes.

Fort Bend ISD—James Patterson Elementary School

Located in a fast growth district, the elementary school was designed to serve a new residential development, existing nearby neighborhoods and overcrowding at other elementary schools. The community desired a modern learning environment that would sustain student growth over time. The 21st century-ready school is designed for 850 students, with expansion capabilities for 1,000. It is divided into learning pods that feature teacher workrooms and collaborative spaces.

Gatesville ISD—Gatesville Elementary

Gatesville ISD—Gatesville Elementary

At the heart of the campus is a century old oak, a piece of history that was integrated into an instructional environment that represents a cross-section of past and future. From the oak, grew a learning courtyard that inspires exploration and connectivity. The newly constructed school surrounds the oak, framing a modern learning environment with classical architecture, a nod to historic roots while providing the opportunity to nourish a 21st century learning experience.

Georgetown ISD—Annie Purl Elementary School

A community invigorated the district’s learner profile with student attributes focused on skill building. Believing that excellence begins at the elementary level, they inspired a school that draws on local history and creates a fun, relationship-based campus. It replaces a facility built in 1953 and is designed to mimic nearby historic square. Within its walls, the foundation is being laid for long-term student success with assistance from a kinetic, purposeful and energizing design.

Georgetown ISD—George Wagner Middle School

Georgetown ISD—George Wagner Middle School

When you evolve the practice of instruction, you change the perception of what a school can be. A community with a clear vision, a passion for learning and a focus on trust led to a new middle school that is agile and exciting—a place that creates ripple effects of change for students, the profession of teaching and education. The 173,000 sf school maximizes function, with care toward form. It reinforces community and complements a purpose to make every day unique and experiential.

Granbury ISD—Granbury High School

Granbury ISD—Granbury High School

A 49-year-old high school + a vision for choice-driven education led to a $47 million renovation that delivers long-term value. The aging facility was transformed into a modern educational campus with a new 9th grade center, new CTE center, open concept learning commons and teacher commons that support dynamic scheduling. The reconstruction delivered a collaborative environment that supports choice-driven education and promotes a collegiate and professional experience for students and teachers.

Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD—Buinger Career & Technical Education Academy

Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD—Buinger Career & Technical Education Academy

Construction of a new Career and Technology Center replaced the district’s existing and aging facility. The new facility is located on the same site, adjacent to the former CTE building and on the site that housed the Transportation/Maintenance Department fronting the new highway expansion. Optimal technology, professional equipment and enhanced curriculum replicate real world environments providing students hands-on training for future professions.

Kaufman ISD—Kaufman High School

The high school renovations were built to address numerous needs: aging infrastructure, a disjointed campus, a growing student body and safety concerns. Now, the campus feels like a new, ground up facility—thanks to thoughtful planning, responsive design and meticulous attention to building details. In a tight knit community, this flagship campus provides a place for students and families to gather, celebrate and embrace a renewed sense of pride in their school, their children and their city.

Longview ISD—East Texas Montessori Prep Academy

The new school was constructed as a way to consolidate the district’s Montessori efforts and to provide equal education opportunities to all students. Going from multiple campuses offering Montessori education to a single Montessori Academy helped the district maintain quality and continuity within the program. This provided the ability to rethink the students’ learning experience and create a safe, interactive and adaptable school.

Weatherford ISD—Shirley Hall Middle School

A 50-year-old campus, not up to district standards, but full of history and memories. The new middle school paves the way for a bright future, helping the district address aging conditions, improve efficiency and modernize the learning environment. The school features flexible configurations to support peer-to-peer and active learning. Three grade-level neighborhoods offer access to classrooms, collaboration zones, outdoor learning space and a collective teacher planning area.

West ISD—West High School / Middle School

West ISD—West High School / Middle School

When one district lost three of its schools—following an explosion at a nearby fertilizer plant—they faced a decision to rebuild the same or embrace a new approach to instruction. The architectural team led them through a planning and design process that started with a temporary campus for their students and ended with a bold step into the future. The high school / middle school provides educational and economical value, supports an immersive learning culture and is a beacon for the community.