K-12 Projects

Working with K-12 school districts has been a major part of Jasmine Engineering. We have been consistently involved in providing services to school districts and working closely with administration, staff, and the surrounding communities as a whole to ensure that our K-12 clients get quality projects accomplished within established budgets and scheduling parameters.

Harlandale ISD, District-Wide Security Project, San Antonio, TX

Harlandale Independent School District

Construction Cost: $4.25 million
Size: 
Varies with each campus/facility
Services: Project Manager and Project Oversight

Jasmine Engineering as Project Manager and Commissioning Authority is providing services which include Facility Assessment, Programming, Cost Estimating, Value Engineering, and Construction Oversight Services. Services include review of drawings and specifications, Bid Negotiation with General Contractor, and Construction Observation.

 


Harlandale ISD, Carroll Bell and Vestal ES Facility Assessments, San Antonio, TX

Carroll Bell Elementary School

Construction Cost: N/A
Size: 
Carroll Bell: 66,900 GSF
Vestal: 72,750 GSF
Services: Needs Assessment

Jasmine Engineering was tasked by Harlandale ISD to conduct an existing conditions assessment for these two existing elementary school campuses.

The objective of the assessment studies was to provide updated, current information in three (3) stand-alone reports to evaluate and compare three (3) possible options for each campus. The options were retrofit, renovation, and campus replacement.

 


Southwest Key Programs, Social Enterprise Complex,
Austin, TX

Social Enterprise Complex

Construction Cost: $3 million
Size: 
14,000 GSF
Services: 
Project Management, Total Building Commissioning, LEED Enhanced Commissioning, and Owner’s Representative Services
Project Savings Realized: $500,000 

The new Social Enterprise Complex is a 3-story, semi-detached addition to the Southwest Key’s national headquarters facility in Austin, TX. The project acheived LEED Silver certification.


Harlandale ISD, 2006 and 2009 Bond Programs, San Antonio, TX

Tejeda Academy

Construction Cost:
Bond 2006: $50.6 million
Bond 2009: $15.8 million

Project Savings Realized:  $8.78 Million

Size: Bond 2006: 1,875,000 GSF
Bond 2009: 56,470 GSF plus Memorial Stadium Track and Turf and Tennis Courts at 2 High Schools

Bond 2006 Services: Programming, Program Management, MEP Systems Commissioning, Total Building Commissioning, and Owner Representative Services

Bond 2009 Services: Programming, Program Management, Project Management, Total Building Commissioning, and Owner Representative Services

2006 Bond Program projects included renovations and additions to existing facilities at various Harlandale ISD campuses. Projects also included major HVAC retrofits at two (2) high schools, four (4) middle schools, and one (1) academy. Pre-K classroom additions were also added at seven (7) elementary schools campuses and HVAC systems for existing gyms were replaced at six (6) secondary schools. All projects in the 2006 Bond Programs were completed successfully on time and under established construction budgets.

The 2009 Bond program was originally $12 million and was later increased by adding $4 million from the project savings realized. The fees Harlandale ISD has paid Jasmine Engineering for the services they have provided have been significantly lower than industry standard fees for the same services.

Harlandale High School Band Hall

The Bond 2009 projects included a new artificial turf and renovated running track at Memorial Stadium, new tennis court complexes at two (2) high schools, new concessions/restroom facilities at Memorial Stadium, and new Band Halls and Field Houses at Harlandale HS and McCollum HS. All projects in the 2009 Bond Program were completed successfully on time and under established construction budgets. Project savings realized on the Band Halls & Field Houses alone were $1,087,520.

 


Harlandale ISD, Priority Projects, San Antonio, TX

McCollum Softball Field Ribbon Cutting

Construction Cost: $2.7 million
Size: Varied with each project
Services: Facility Assessment, Programming, Program Management, Project Management, and Commissioning Services

This assignment with Harlandale ISD included three (3) projects at Harlandale HS and four (4) projects at McCollum HS. Existing spaces were renovated at each high school campus to provide Spirit Rooms and Training Rooms. Each high school also received new marching band practice areas/parking lots and McCollum HS received a new practice softball field. Realized monetary savings  for Bond 2006 and Bond 2009 funded these seven (7) additional projects. 

 


Harlandale ISD, Early College HS, McCollum HS & Harlandale HS Health Science Technology, and McCollum HS Auto Technology Projects, San Antonio, TX

Early College Rendering

Construction Cost: $17.058 million
Size: 
Varies with each project
Services: Project Manager and Total Building Commissioning Authority

Jasmine Engineering is tasked to provide Project Management and Total Building Commissioning Authority services for the new construction of Harlandale ISD’s first STEM early college high school, two (2) health science technology buildings at two (2) high schools, and additions to a high school automotive technology building. Services include Program Management, Programming, Cost Estimating, Facility Assessment, and Value Engineering.

 


Austin ISD, 1983 to 2008 Bond Program Projects, Austin, TX

Reagan High School

Construction Cost:  Bond Programs 1980s to 2004 — $1.1 billion; 2008 Bond Program –  $396 million
Size: Varies with each project
Services: Owner’s Representative Services; Design and Constructability Reviews
Project Savings Realized:  $12.7 million Combined Total

Between 1983 and 2008, Austin ISD successfully passed and implemented five (5) successive capital improvement school bond programs.  Jasmine Engineering provided Owner’s Representative Services for the majority of the Bond Programs listed.  Services included Design and Constructability Review of design and construction plans and specifications prepared for the project by the A/E Design team, and Project Management Augmentation for the Austin ISD Construction Management Department.

 


Edgewood ISD, 1992 Bond Program, San Antonio, TX

Edgewood Academy

Construction Cost:  Bond 1992– $27 million
Size: 1.1 million  GSF
Services:  Program Management; Programming
Project Savings Realized: 1992 Bond Program Savings retained by the Owner – $6.4 million (22% under budget)

Jasmine Engineering provided services for the Edgewood ISD in various capacities related to the District’s 1992 and 2001 Bond Programs and other on-going District projects.

Assignments included:

  • Completion of 1992 Bond Program Management
  • Project Management for Design/Build Projects (15 Lease/Purchase Elementary School Gymnasium Projects) as part of the 1992 Bond Program
  • Facility Assessment and Programming for District Football & Baseball Sports Facilities in support of the 1992 Bond Program

In addition to the 1992 Bond Program:

  • Project Management for HVAC Renovation at Coronado-Escobar Elementary School (Design/Build)
  • District-Wide Facility Assessment (22 Campuses) in preparation for the 2001 Bond Program
  • Programming for the 2001 Bond, a $44 million bond program

 


Kingsville ISD, New H.M. King High School, Kingsville, TX


H.M. King High School Aerial View

Construction Cost: $25.2 million
Size: 164,000 GSF
Services: Project Management
Project Savings Realized: Approximately $900,000 to date through Jasmine Engineering Value Engineering items

Jasmine Engineering provided Project Management services for the construction of a new state-of-the-art 2-story high school facility to replace the existing high school.  The Construction Manager at Risk delivery method was used for this project.  The new high school facilities included Administrative Offices, Classrooms, Science Labs, Media Center, Commons Area, Library and Cafeteria, along with associated Parking Areas, Support Functions, and Site Improvements. The existing high school was immediately adjacent to the construction site and remained in full operation during construction.