Working through the summer…

In this newsletter, we will take a quick look back to the vision of the project and show you some stunning new drone photography of the work in progress. The first phase of the Capitol Complex Project is an enormous undertaking that will transform three city blocks from MLK Blvd. to the Texas State Capitol […]

Traffic Update June 29, 2020

1836 San Jacinto (corner of San Jacinto and MLK Blvd.) – Construction continues on schedule at the new Employee Retirement System (ERS) building at the northwest corner of MLK Blvd. and San Jacinto. (This is not a TFC managed project.) San Jacinto & MLK – Please drive slowly through this congested construction area. Street closures: […]

Pedestrian Update June 29, 2020

Walking Routes Look for red pedestrian signs along sidewalks in the Capitol Complex. The six foot A-frame signs have been refreshed with updated maps and a QR code for easier access to the campus map. Use your smart phone to scan the QR code and open a pdf of the Capitol Complex map you can […]

Construction Business Opportunities with TFC

The Texas Facilities Commission (TFC) has several construction, renovation and maintenance projects planned and in progress. To learn more about construction business opportunities with TFC, we invite you to meet (virtually) and network with some of our Prime Contractors in a new weekly webinar series. Reserve your seat for this special business webinar series to […]

Neighborhood News June 29, 2020

Bullock Museum The Bullock Museum remains closed. Museum staff are carefully planning for a future reopening that is safe, welcoming and provides an enjoyable experience. Meanwhile, make plans to join one of their online programs. Visit the Museum online at: Blanton Museum The Blanton Museum is still closed to the public. Visit and explore […]