Construction Questions

All construction related questions and answers.

L.B. Johnson Building: How will access to the fire exits on the west side of the L.B. Johnson building change during construction?

Effective immediately, the fire exit doors on the first floor of the west side of the L.B. Johnson building are now an EMERGENCY EXIT only. An alarm will sound when these exit doors are opened. No re-entry through this emergency exit door is allowed. In case of a fire emergency, you may exit these doors and proceed to the designated assembly area in Garage Q. Look for new signs explaining this and other changes to the entrances and exits [...]


How can my company do business with the Texas Facilities Commission (TFC) or the Texas Capitol Complex Project?

The Texas Facilities Commission encourages all vendors, suppliers, and contractors (trades) to learn more about our procurement process and contract opportunities. Visit the State of Texas Electronic State Business Daily website and search for agency “Texas Facilities Commission – 303” to find active bidding opportunities. Or visit our TFC Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Program or our Small Contractor Participation Assistance Program web pages for more information on how to bid for work with the TFC. (Updated: 12/18/18)


What groups are involved with the construction process?

The Texas Facilities Commission (“TFC”) is the State agency responsible for the construction of Phase One, as described in the 2016 Texas Capitol Complex Master Plan. Currently, TFC has contracted with Page as the Master Architect, Balfour Beatty Construction as the Construction Manager Agent, and CobbFendley as the Site Services Engineer. As the project progresses, The Texas Facilities Commission may procure and contract with other architects and engineers and construction managers to complete the work. (Updated: 12/18/18)