About the Project

Through a rigorous academic program rooted in the Catholic faith, Frassati Catholic High School produces graduates who will be committed to life-long learning, spiritual growth, and social justice. The school is constructed on a 62 acre campus in Spring, Texas, with a planned capacity of 1,200 students. The multi-phased campus includes classroom/administrative space, gymnasium, athletic fields and related infrastructure. The school’s mission is to educate graduates to be agents of change in all sectors of society, building a culture that embodies the truth about the human person who is destined to share in God’s own divine life.

The Numbers

  • 28,000

    Sq Ft
  • 9 months

    Duration
  • 2

    Floors

The Details

Type: New
Components: Gymnasium, Cafeteria, Surface Parking, Site Work, Classrooms, Administrative Offices
Method: Construction Manager at Risk
Sector(s): Faith-Based, K-12
Client: Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston

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Partners

  • Architect: Jackson & Ryan Architects
  • MEP Engineer: I A Naman Associates Inc.
  • Structural Engineer: Matrix Structural Engineers
  • Civil Engineer: Ward, Getz and Associates

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