Listen to the second installment of Flintco Forward’s focused look at the Texas Capitol Complex project. Host Tyler Kern spoke with three of Page architects working on the project, Lawrence W. Speck, Senior Principal, Paul Bielamowicz, Principal Senior Project Manager, and Ryan Losch, Senior Associate, Urban Designer. The goal of the new Texas Capitol Complex is multi-fold. It will celebrate the State capitol and house state employees in more state office space than ever before. It will also create well-defined civic spaces for various events and [...]
UT Home Games Schedule October 3 – Texas vs. TCU @ TBA October 24 – Texas vs. Baylor @ TBA November 7 – Texas vs. West Virginia @ TBA November 27 (Friday) – Texas vs. Iowa State @ TBA UT Game Day Public Parking Game day public parking will be open at select State parking garages A, B, E, G, Q and Lots 12 and 19. Public parking locations are pay upon entry and open Saturdays based on posted game times. Friday night parking and tailgating [...]
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 explore contracting opportunities: June 30 – JE Dunn Construction July 7 – White Construction July 14 – Vaughn Construction July 21 – Balfour Beatty Construction July 28 – Flintco [...]
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: https://www.thestoryoftexas.com/ Blanton Museum The Blanton Museum is still closed to the public. Visit and explore the museum via their website at: https://blantonmuseum.org/ Moody Center – on the UT Campus The construction of the Moody Center will affect the traffic patterns in the MLK Blvd. [...]
There is less traffic in the Capitol Complex since the pandemic “stay at home” orders were issued last month. Almost 90% of state employees are working from home. Field technicians, operations, security and support personnel, and other essential workers are the only ones working inside State buildings. Outside, the construction of the Texas Capitol Complex continues moving forward. As you may recall, the Texas Capitol Complex construction project consists of six concurrent construction projects carefully planned so all will be [...]
Last week Governor Abbott announced the “Open Texas” initiative and which specific types of businesses could reopen if they followed specific health guidelines and wanted to resume business now. The Texas Department of State Health Services has published recommended health safety protocols for businesses by industry, as well as for individuals, customers, and employees returning to work. These can be found online at: https://dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/opentexas.aspx Repopulating the Complex The Open Texas initiative allows for opening office buildings at only 25% occupancy on [...]
Bullock Museum The Bullock Museum remains closed as staff plan carefully for a future reopening. Meanwhile, make plans to join “TEXAS HISTORY TUESDAYS: TEXAS HISTORY AND THE CIVIL WAR” an online program. The next livestreams will be on May 12 at 10 a.m. or 1 p.m. A Museum Educator will lead the online programs. Read how to join the livestream programs here. Blanton Museum The Blanton Museum is still closed to the public. Visit the museum website for updates. Moody Center – on the [...]
Read ENR Texas & Louisiana’s feature article on the first phase of construction for the new northern gateway to the Texas State Capitol Complex here.
On Monday, February 24, the KXAN, Channel 21 news crews visited our jobsite. We had a great time showing them the project and if you didn’t happen to catch the broadcast, you can watch the video here.
Bullock Museum Make your mark on Texas History at the Bullock Museum. The Texas Story Project is a living archive of the stories of Texans. Tell your real-life story with photos, audio files or video. Your contributions will be added to the ever-growing Texas Story Project collection. Ready to share? Here’s how. https://www.thestoryoftexas.com/discover/texas-story-project/get-started Blanton Museum of Art A new exhibit at the Blanton Museum of Art, opened this week called The Avant-garde Networks of Amauta: Argentina, Mexico and Peru in the 1920s. The exhibit [...]