Pflugerville ISD

square Huckabee Texas

Timmerman Elementary School

Timmerman Elementary School will replace Pflugerville ISD’s oldest campus, providing a modern facility that will accommodate future growth and provide instructional space in line with the district’s current curriculum standards. The new campus sits nearby Old Town Pflugerville, inspiring designers to incorporate the historic character found on Main Street into the design. The exterior features stone, brick and steel with charming arches at the entries. Projected canopies, low-slope roofs and ideal solar orientation provide a high level of energy efficiency.

Timmerman Elementary will feature multiple flexible learning spaces, including large group rooms indoors and a unique outdoor learning courtyard located next to the library, science and music classrooms. Two grade-appropriate play areas, an art courtyard and a sport court provide additional space for recreation and creative play.


Provide additional space for a growing district that will support and integrate new and emerging technology


Natural daylighting, geothermal HVAC system, solar-ready infrastructure, rainwater collection, LED lighting, efficient exterior envelope, low-water landscaping, preservation of natural drainage feature (arroyo), reforestation along waterway, daylight harvesting

Square Footage 93,554
Cost $19,400,887
Students Served 500
Grade Levels Pre-K-5
School Mascot Panther
School Colors Blue / Yellow
Location Pflugerville, Texas

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