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Partnering with FP&C

Facilities Planning & Construction manages construction and development projects valued over $2 million for the central administration and the four component institutions of the Texas Tech University System—Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University Health Sciences CenterAngelo State University and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso

The office works to accommodate the growth at each campus by providing adequate learning environments for teaching and research, unique facilities to promote campus life and experiences and necessary spaces to support operational functions.

Things to Remember

When proposing business with Facilities Planning & Construction, there are several items to keep in mind. Be mindful of the following helpful tips and reminders.

Services & Partnering Opportunities

Facilities Planning & Construction offers a variety of services and procurement opportunities for business collaborations. Listed below are some areas for potential partnerships.

Professional Services

Design Professionals 
Owner's Representatives 
Soils & Materials Testing 
Surveying 
Commissioning and TAB

Construction Services

Construction 
Construction Management

Other Services & Commodities

Public Art 
Furniture 
Design-Bid-Build (Traditional Method) 
Construction Manager at Risk 
Design-Build 
Construction Manager - Agent (Owner's Representative)

The following partners have met the criteria to be on the 2016-2019 TTU System Design Professional Firms Pre-Qualification List.

TTU System Guidelines and Standards 

When partnering with Facilities Planning & Construction to construct and renovate projects at the Texas Tech University System, vendors must comply with specific design and building standards, as well as be mindful of established architectural guidelines for each university. Listed below are important resources for partners to review.

Design and Building Standards

Cover Page & Mission 
Table of Contents
Division 1 - General Requirements
Division 2 - Site Work
Division 3 - Concrete
Division 4 - Masonry
Division 5 - Metals
Division 6 - Wood & Plastics
Division 7 - Thermal & Moisture Protection
Division 8 - Doors & Windows
Division 9 - Finishes
Division 10 - Specialties
Division 11 - Equipment
Division 12 - Furnishings
Division 13 - Special Construction
Division 14 - Conveyance
Division 15 - Mechanical
Division 16 - Electrical

Architectural Guidelines

Dating back to 1923, the universities of the Texas Tech University System were founded with vast vision and distinct architectural presence. Facilities Planning & Construction seeks to preserve the past, while building for the future through its Architectural Guidelines.

Architectural Guidelines - 1997

Architectural Guidelines - 2014

IT & Telecommunications Standards

As technology constantly evolves, Facilities Planning & Construction remains committed to providing the most efficient and effective products available. Each  institution of the Texas Tech University System has specific IT & Telecommunications Standards and Policies.

Texas Tech University 

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

Angelo State University

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso

State of Texas Compliance

As employees of a public entity, the Facilities Planning & Construction team is accountable to students, parents, alumni, donors and the citizens of Texas and serve as  stewards of the organization’s resources. Vendors working with the Texas Tech University System should be aware of the various state requirements for contracting and construction projects. 

Uniform General Conditions &
Supplementary General Conditions

The construction and renovation of government projects in the State of Texas must adhere to Uniform General Conditions and Supplementary General Conditions for Construction Contracts.
Learn more.

HUB Vendor Information

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. Learn more.

Contractual Commitments

In the 84th Texas Legislative Session, Senate Bill 20 was passed and became law in June 2015. The legislation amends the Texas Government Code and Education Code to make comprehensive changes to state agency contracting, purchasing and accounting procedures. Review FP&C's Contracting Reports.

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