Written by Phil Cerroni
Irving ISD and Lady Bird Johnson Middle School are proud to announce they are the recipient of the 2012 Caudill Award presented by the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB). The Caudill Award, or best of show, is presented in honor of William Caudill for his distinctive and innovative achievements in the architecture field. The architecture firm Corgan Associates were recognized at the Irving ISD Board of Trustees meeting on Oct. 1 at the administration building.
Lady Bird Johnson Middle School opened in August, 2011. It is approximately 150,000 square feet and houses approximately 950 students. Sustainable features include photovoltaic solar panels, wind turbines, geothermal heat pumps, energy star-rated kitchen equipment, and many other sustainable features.
Lady Bird Johnson Middle School was chosen as the best among 95 entries in this year’s competition. The award is a collaborative project of the Texas Association of School Administrators, the Texas Association of School Boards, and the Texas Society of Architects.
Source: Irving ISD