Every year the Austin AGC hosts the Outstanding Construction Awards competition. Projects are judged on the difficulty in construction resulting from design, location, materials, etc.; unusual construction techniques involved; final appearance and quality of the finished product; and timeliness of completion.

We are proud to accept the award for Outstanding Construction from the Associated General Contractors (AGC) Austin Chapter. The category was in Education, second place for the new San Marcos ISD’s Rodriguez Elementary School, and third place for the HAYS CISD’s new Moe & Gene Johnson High School.

Rodriguez Elementary School

San Marcos ISD

HAYS CISD’s newest elementary school is a 94,000 square foot facility designed to support 2,600 students, broken down into 4 distinct cores. The building configuration takes advantage of natural light and easy access to outdoor learning spaces.

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Moe & Gene Johnson High School


CISD’s newest high school is a 415,000 square foot, 3 story single structure designed to support 2.250 students from grade 9-12. Core grade levels are consolidated, especially 9th grade, to build class cohesion and reduce travel time during passing periods. The building is organized around centralized atrium that acts as both an organizing feature and bring additional daylight for instructional spaces.