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HUB Information

HUB Contact


Robin Low
Contract Administrator 
(806) 742-2116 
robin.low@ttu.edu

Box 42014
Lubbock, TX 79409

Facilities Planning & Construction is dedicated to promoting full and equal opportunity in its contracting through race, ethnic and gender neutral means. In this regard, the office actively seeks the participation of Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB), which are minority-owned and woman-owned companies, in its construction projects. The Vice Chancellor for Facilities Planning & Construction also acts as the Texas Tech University System HUB Coordinator and monitors HUB purchasing by all TTU System offices.

Partnering with FP&C

Professional services firms, construction general and sub-contractors, suppliers and others doing business with Facilities Planning & Construction must demonstrate a good faith effort to meet these goals through:

HUB Opportunities

To find upcoming projects you may be eligible to participate, please see: The Electronic State Business Daily

The marketplace has a complete listing of all pending contracts and purchases for Texas Tech University System and its four universities. The Texas Tech Agency Codes are as follows:

Texas Tech University System 768
Texas Tech University 733
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center 739
Angelo State University 737
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso 774

HUB Certification

If you are eligible, but not yet certified as a HUB, certified HUB subcontractors have reported a substantial increase in invitations to bid on projects since the HUB program started. State certification as a HUB will increase your business' visibility with general contractors and others trying to win State contracts and provide you with a broader range of opportunities. The process for becoming certified, while it does require gathering some information, is generally not complicated. For additional information on becoming certified as a HUB, please visit: Texas Procurement and Support Services

Texas HUB Goals

The TTU System is committed to supporting the good faith effort of meeting HUB goals for the state of Texas (listed below) by including HUB awareness and participation in all of its activities as a normal part of doing business.

Heavy Construction other than building contracts 11.2%
Building Construction including general contractors and operative builders contracts 21.1%
Special Trades construction contracts 32.9%
Professional Services contracts 23.7%
All other services contracts 26%
Commodities contracts 21.1%

For additional information on the Texas State HUB program, please see: Texas Procurement and Support Services

To Search for HUB firms on the CMBL, please see: Texas Centralized Master Builder List

HUB Reports

TTUS 2017 Estimated Value of Expected Costs

TTUS 2018 Estimated Value of Expected Costs

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