One week after voters in Midland, Texas, passed a $163 million bond for public school construction, Midland ISD trustees voted on two methods of project delivery.
Trustees agreed to hire a construction manager-at-risk for overseeing construction of the three new schools, and classroom additions at 13 campuses. They will use a competitive bid process for minor construction, maintenance and technology projects.
The request for qualifications and request for proposals for the CMAR position should be released by the end of the month. MISD staff will review proposals and and bring a short list of qualified manager-at-risk candidates before the board in January.