Jordan High School Project receives top marks

Jordan High School (HS#9), for Katy ISD, has recently received the award from the Associated Builders and Contractors of Greater Houston as the Top Educational Construction Project.  Jordan High School placed first in the “Publicly Funded” category which evaluated the project based on safety, quality, ingenuity and workmanship.

This was the third high school that LEAF has designed for Katy ISD and we are working on the design for High School #10 scheduled to begin construction early next year, 2022.  The general contractor for the project was Houston-based Satterfield and Pontikes and opened for students last Fall, 2020.

The high school is more than 600,000 square feet and and opened with 9th and 10th grade students.  The campus has 2-three story classroom wings, several learning stairs, movable classroom walls, auditorium, CATE areas, natatorium and athletic facilities that would rival any small college.

Katy ISD is located just west of Houston and has a current enrollment of 85,000 students and spans almost 200 square miles.  The district ranks as one of the state’s top performing districts each year and continues to be one of the fastest growing districts in the state.

Congratulations to everyone that has worked on this awesome project.

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