The Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District is the largest school district in the state of Texas - consisting of 117 campuses. In 2014, voters approved a $1.2 billion bond geared toward safety and security enhancements at all campuses. Some of the improvements included transportation, new facilities to accommodate student growth, technology upgrades to district infrastructure and classroom technology, and renovations to protect the district’s instructional and support facilities. Counsilman-Hunsaker was retained for the design of one new district-wide natatorium, two new high school training pools, and the renovation of three existing pool mechanical rooms. These projects included: Watkins Middle School, Cypress Falls High School, CY-Springs High School, Spillane Middle School.
Five years after passing a $1.2 billion bond program, Cy-Fair ISD voters approved the passage of a $1.762 billion bond referendum in May 2019. Major new construction projects that were funded by the bond include two new campuses, Elementary School No. 59 and Middle School No. 20, a district-wide performing arts center, and a new Instructional Support Center. The bond also includes improvements to technology, safety, transportation, and facilities. Counsilman-Hunsaker was retained as the aquatics designer for the renovation of two existing pool mechanical rooms at Bleyl Middle School and Campbell Middle School.