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Field Shot of Everman ISD Field House

Weight Room of Everman ISD Field House

Construction Complete for New Everman ISD Dale Keeling Field House

Construction was completed in 2009 for the new $5,275,000 Dale Keeling Field House for Everman Independent School District as part of multiple projects designed for Everman ISD by Callahan & Freeman Architects. The design-build construction was performed by Speed Fab-Crete, a design-builder.

The 24,100-square-foot complex contains athletic facilities for the school district's 9th grade, junior varsity and varsity football teams.

The building is named in honor of Dale Keeling, the district's current Director of Athletics and head football coach, which he has held for 13 years.

The angular shaped facility maximizes available space on the project site, which is in an end zone of the football field. Multiple windows of spacious coaches' offices and player weight room face out onto a curved track bordering the field.

Everman ISD Multiple Projects
Master Planned and Designed by Callahan and Freeman

Everman ISD 9th Grade Center
Everman ISD 9th Grade Center, Fort Worth-Dallas Metroplex
A Design-Build Project


Everman Ninth Grade Center Vaulted Ceiling Commons Area for Group Activities
Everman ISD 9th Grade Center
Vaulted Ceiling Commons Area for Group Activities


Everman Ninth Grade Center Science Lab
Everman ISD 9th Grade Center
Science Lab


Everman Ninth Grade Center Hallway
Everman ISD 9th Grade Center
Spacious Hallway


New $6,400,000 9th Grade Center opened for Everman Independent School District in 2008 as part of multiple projects planned and designed by Callahan and Freeman Architects. The construction was performed by Speed Fab-Crete, a design-builder.

Largest of five planned building projects, the 45,000-square-foot 9th Grade Center contains 24 classrooms, including science, language and computer labs, and a spacious, indoor commons area for congregating and studying and ancillary offices.

The walls of the school are Speed Fab-Crete precast concrete panels and a partial veneer of two different colored bricks with a standing seam metal roof. The building accommodates about 500 students.





Lindsay ISD, Lindsay, Texas
Regulation-size gymnasium with telescoping bleachers.





Broaddus ISD, Broaddus, Texas
Jr-Sr High School





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