PREPRINTED from www.mysoutex.com By Jonathan Adams Karnes Countywide Editor KENEDY – The Kenedy school district is getting started on some of its Proposition A construction projects from the $17 million school bond that passed last year. The district broke ground on its first project last Wednesday, as it prepares to build out the new tennis courts
AG|CM projects featured in the news. “Manor Independent School District students are setting foot in the new Manor Senior High School on Monday. The new high school is the third for the district and is built differently than the other two.” Click here to view article
Another AG|CM project featured. “The first day of class is still weeks away but one school had their open house early. Manor ISD couldn’t wait to show off their new Manor Senior High School and its plans to smooth the transition from high school to the workplace. (CBS Austin)” Click here to view article
Two AG|CM projects in Central Texas were featured in the Wilson County News. Both articles quoted Ryan Rosborough, AG|CM’s Central Texas VP. Read articles below: District 2 plans Cimarron emergency services station – click here to view article Poth ISD wrangles bond project ‘wish list’ – click here to view article
The small community of Pettus will have big plans for their school district. A new high school is currently under construction, and in December a new elementary school will be complete. See AG|CM’s Dan Haupt on the video.
During the widespread destruction of Hurricane Harvey, New Hope Housing was both prepared and fortunate. Our residents and properties remained healthy, safe and dry. This positioned us to put our capacity, honed over 24 years of experience, to work in a different way. At the request of the City of Houston, we began immediately after
New Hope Housing’s 175-unit complex seeks to fulfill the organizations mission to provide a solution to Houston’s homelessness problem. Joy Horak-Brown, founding president and CEO of New Hope Housing, stated: “Our core purpose has been to provide life-stabilizing, affordable, permanent housing with support services for people who live on very limited incomes.” “Our vision
Helping support our community while enjoying some great chili. Our very own Kenny Eldridge and his daughter, were selected to judge the JC/GP Metro Go Texan Barbecue cook-off held January 14, 2017 at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Held in benefit of Houston youth and education; silent and live auctions generated support for the