Mar 30th 2022 | Posted in State by Texas Government Insider

The Texas Facilities Commission (TFC) will host a mandatory pre-submittal conference at 10 a.m. March 29 for architectural, engineering, and construction services for Phase Two of the Capitol Complex Project in Austin.
Phase Two is comprised of two new state office buildings, parking structures, and extension of pedestrian mall (“Capitol Mall”) within the complex.
Selected contractors will provide enhanced building system commissioning services during the pre-design, design, construction, post-construction, and warranty phases for Phase Two of the Capitol Complex Project.
Work will involve:
  • A new 360,000-square-foot multi-level office building on 15th Street, between Lavaca and Colorado street with underground and structured parking.
  • A new 165,000-square-foot multi-level office building on 15th Street, between Colorado Street and Congress Avenue with underground and structured parking.
  • Completion of the Congress Avenue pedestrian mall by extending south from 16th to 15th Street.
  • Associated infrastructure to serve the buildings, structures, and improvements of Phase Two.
Estimated cost is $224.54 million.