Dimmitt Independent School District used its $24.67 million bond proceeds to replace Richardson Elementary School and its early childhood facility. One goal that the district wanted to accomplish was to bring 5th graders back to the elementary campus. Also, students will benefit from 21st Century collaborative learning neighborhoods.

Phase I focused on site work demolition while Phase II included the new elementary school, new early childhood center and middle school renovations.

PSC’s architects and engineers also spent time working on and finishing out a new football field with artificial field turf and stormwater engineering for the high school.