Construction Update: W 18th Street will be closed from Congress to Brazos on 7/20/2018 and reopen 5/2022.
Parking Update: Lot 7 was closed permanently on 7/16/2018 to begin excavation for the GHW Bush building at 1801 Congress.
Texas Capitol Complex Master Plan Receives 2017 American Society of Landscape Architects Honor Award
At the December meeting of the Texas Facilities Commission Commissioners, Page Senior Associate Ryan Losch presented the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) 2017 Honor Award for the Texas Capitol Complex Master Plan. The award recognizes the best of landscape architecture in the general design, analysis and planning, communications, research, and residential design categories from the United States and around the world.
Texas Facilities Commission Breaks Ground on Capitol Complex Phase One Development
On Thursday, September 28, 2017, the Texas Facilities Commission held the official groundbreaking for the State of Texas Capitol Complex Phase 1 Development. The event was held at 1801 North Congress Avenue, the future site of the future George H.W. Bush State Office Building.
Texas Facilities Commission Announces Plans to Break Ground on the New Capitol Complex Phase One Development and Naming of George H. W. Bush State Office Building
The Texas Facilities Commission announced plans for the official groundbreaking ceremony for the New Capitol Complex Phase One Development and ceremony honoring the naming of the George H. W. Bush State Office Building in honor of the 41st President of the United States, George Herbert Walker Bush. The Texas Legislature adopted HCR 141, naming the building, in May 2017.
Zachry Construction Corporation Approved as Construction Manager-at-Risk for Package 1 and 2
As construction manager-at-risk, Zachry Construction Corporation is providing excavation, shoring, and other construction related activities for below grade structures and parking for Package 1 Excavations, the five-level underground parking garage located under the three blocks of Congress Avenue and the new 1601 and 1801 Congress Avenue buildings, and Package 2 Utility Relocations, which includes utility relocations for the entire State of Texas Capitol Complex Phase 1 Development.
Texas Capitol Complex Master Plan Receives 2017 Design Award from The American Institute of Architects – Austin Chapter
Page was recognized as a recipient of the 2017 AIA Austin Design Award for the Texas Capitol Complex Master Plan. The award recognizes excellence in design produced by AIA Austin members.