Land Surveyor Needed for FBMS Outdoor Classroom

Panther Nation: Are You a Professional Land Surveyor, or do you know one?

Frank Black Middle School, the Murata/Bunge Family and the University of Houston are moving forward with plans for the FBMS Outdoor Classroom project and are in need of professional services donations from residents or companies located in the near northwest area and members of the Garden Oaks/Oak Forest community. 

The City of Houston Permits Department requires a Sealed Boundary Survey to be submitted with the construction documentation for the outdoor classroom project. We are sending out the call for a professional land surveyor or contacts in the community or neighborhood who could provide a sealed boundary survey for this FBMS campus project at low or no cost. We also appreciate any construction or trade contacts for those that could donate materials and/or professional expertise to the project. Please contact Dianne Murata at if you are able to help, or if you need more information!

The project is expected to begin construction early this summer and will impact EVERY CHILD on campus. In addition to the tremendous benefits that this project will provide Frank Black Panther students and faculty, there are additional benefits for donors, including coverage on the FBMS newsletter, website and social media sites! We appreciate our Panther partners more than can be expressed!