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The FPDC Capital Projects team manages the planning, budgeting, scheduling, programming, design and construction of all major capital (new or renovation) projects on Texas State University campuses.

The FPDC Special Projects team provides planning, design, estimating, and construction contract services for alterations, renovations, remodeling, and major repairs to Texas State University structures and properties.

Current FPDC Projects

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  • Architect: Treanor Architects

    Contractor: SpawGlass Construction

    Construction Start: August 2016

    Construction Completion: Summer 2018 (Projected)

    Occupancy: Fall 2018 (Projected)

    The Bruce and Gloria Ingram Hall TPC of $120M is funded through a combination of Tuition Revenue Bonds, Higher Education Funds, gifts, TRIP Match, and Revenue Financing System Bonds. The project includes 166,851 GSF.  The firms of Treanor Architects and Alamo Architects were selected to provide AE services, and SpawGlass was selected as the CMR. Occupancy is targeted for July 2018 to accommodate the students by August 2018.

    Project Rendering

    Project Timelapse (August 2016 - May 2018)

  • Architect: Sink Combs Dethlefs

    Contractor: Turner Construction

    Construction Start: September 2016

    Construction Completion: September 2018 (Projected)

    Occupancy: October 2018 (Projected)

    The University Events Center (UEC) was designed by the firm of Sink, Combs, and Dethlefs Architects. Turner Construction was selected as the CMR.   The 81,300 GSF expansion includes space for commencement ceremonies, athletic programs being relocated from Jowers Center, as well as support space.  An additional 1,748 seats will be added to the arena seating capacity. The project also includes a new chilled water plant, a new loading dock with access to the lower court level, a multi-purpose suite, locker rooms, and offices. This project will allow Jowers Center to be turned over for 100 percent academic use as all the current Department of Athletics offices and functions will move into the UEC. 

    Project Rendering

    Project Timelapse (September 18, 2018)

  • Architect: Atkins Architects

    Contractor CM@R: Vaughn Construction

    Construction Start: May 2018 (Projected)

    Construction Completion: May 2020 (Projected)

    Occupancy: August 2020 (Projected)

    The existing LBJ Student Center will expand by approximately 30,000 to 40,000 gross square feet and will include the renovation of some additional square feet.  The new mechanical, electrical and plumbing building infrastructure systems will integrate with the recently upgraded building infrastructure that was part of the recent LBJ Student Center Renovations. The expansion will include a refurbished main entry lobby, a second ballroom, conference rooms, meeting spaces, shared spaces for informal student gatherings and study space, a new multicultural area and improved circulation within the expansion and renovated areas. It will also expand and renovate the Welcome Center suite and create an Alumni Center for Alumni Relations. Atkins and Moody Nolan were the selected architects and Vaughn Construction was selected as the Construction Manager at Risk.