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Facilities Planning, Design and Construction (FPDC) resides within the Physical Plant Administration Building at 151-2 Sessom Drive, room #104.  

FPDC is responsible for managing the planning, budgeting, scheduling, programming, design, and construction of all new and renovation projects related to Texas State University facilities.

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Capital Projects

Capital Projects Group is responsible for construction (new and renovation) projects which generally exceed $1,000,000 in scope and budget, employ the services of a design consultant (Architect or Engineer), require the approval of the Board of Regents, and depending on scope, approval of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

Special Projects

Special Projects Group is responsible for mostly renovation, remodeling, and special projects which generally are under $1,000,000 in scope and budget. This team employs the assistance of Architects and Engineers on a limited basis. Various construction delivery methods are utilized, including Job Order Contracting (JOC).
Mission Statement

GIS/CAD Office

The Texas State University CAD Office and Plan Room reside within the Physical Plant Administration Building at 151-2 Sessom Drive, room #134. Here are some of the tasks of the CAD Office:

  • Provide CAD managing services for departments within the facilities operations and construction on campus.
  • Provide complete mapping and GIS for maintenance and construction tasks on university properties.
  • Provide rendering and artists’ concepts to assist in university planning, design, and construction projects.
  • Provide complete CAD files for architects and engineers for the purposes of construction and renovation to buildings and utilities on university properties.
  • Manage a complete library of architectural flat files and O&M information books for the entire university properties.
  • Maintain and archive survey information for university properties.