Under the leadership of Vice Chancellor Billy Breedlove, Facilities Planning & Construction
manages new construction and renovation projects valued over $4 million for the Texas
Tech University System and its five universities—Texas Tech University, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Angelo State University, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso and Midwestern State University.
Operating on more than a dozen locations, each university has campuses with state-of-the-art
spaces where students, faculty, employees and visitors can learn, discover and experience
the first-class environment provided throughout the Texas Tech University System.
Additionally, the department oversees campus master planning, facility and land development, public art and vendor information
for all five component institutions.
Core Competencies & Responsibilities
The core competencies and responsibilities of Facilities Planning & Construction greatly
impact the continued success of the Texas Tech University System. Listed below are
some of the primary support functions of the department.
Master Planning & Strategic Planning
Land Utilization. Infrastructure Planning. Sustainable Solutions. Campus Environment
Development. Strategic Collaboration and Partnerships.
Tier I Auditing. Tier II Audit Management. Historically Underutilized Business Coordination.
State Policy Purchasing & Contracting. Operational Budgeting. Cost Analysis & Reporting.
Facility Design & Construction. Contracting. Renovation. Development. Interior Design.
Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment Sourcing. Landscape Enhancement. Public Art Commissioning.
Contract & Code Compliance. Life Safety Improvements. Texas Higher Education Coordinating
Board Coordination. Board of Regents Reporting. Process Control Management.