Del Valle ISD Newton Collins Elementary School




























































Newton Collins Elementary School, Del Valle ISD’s ninth elementary school, is located on land purchased by the school’s namesake, Newton Isaac Collins Sr., a freed slave, more than a century ago. The facility was designed to be representative of the surrounding land of McKinney Falls State Park. It includes limestone and wood, as well as rippling textures to represent water. O’Connell Robertson served as the prime architect, and MEP Engineering, Inc. provided M|E|P subconsultant design services. This school, attended by Pre-K through fifth grade, is divided into neighborhoods which offer common areas outside of the classrooms. These spaces are often used for science labs or computer stations. The facility also includes a library, cafetorium, and gymnasium.

Project Title:  Newton Collins Elementary School

Project Location:  Austin, Texas

Owner:  Del Valle Independent School District

Project Size:  99,000 SF

Total Project Cost:  $19,647,641

MEP Role:  Subconsultant

Architect:  O’Connell Robertson

Services Provided:  Mechanical, Electrical, & Plumbing