Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Commitment
The mission of the Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Program at Texas Facilities Commission (TFC) is to provide training and educational assistance to HUBs and to help them improve their ability to effectively compete in doing business with the State of Texas. TFC is dedicated to fostering an environment that will advance the participation of HUBs in the agency’s competitive procurement of goods and services. To learn more about the opportunities available for this project, please use the link below to visit the Texas Facilities Commission HUB Program website.
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The Texas Facilities Commission is proud to support the men and women of the armed forces, law enforcement and first responders that bravely protect and serve our communities. Military Service runs in the bloodstream of many of our team members. One of our younger veterans is reservist Captain Prince John Chavis, Engineering Resource Flight Commander, with the 307th Civil Engineering Squadron. Chavis has been a project manager for the TFC Facilities Design and Construction team for over three years. His duties include project management, budget reviews, and quality control for key elements of the Capitol Complex construction project.
He enjoys his mission of supporting and building state government facilities. Using his engineering and command skills he strives to keep projects on schedule while pushing forward continuous process improvements. When asked about his success at TFC, he comments “There are few jobs in which ability alone is sufficient. Loyalty, sincerity, enthusiasm and team play are all essential for success.”
Chavis is originally from Opelousas, Louisiana, home of Zydeco music and Tony Chachere’s Creole Seasoning. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electric Engineering from Southern University in Baton Rouge, and an MBA in project management from Capella University. He has lived in Austin for almost seven years and enjoys spending time with his wife and two young children.
Thank you, Prince John Chavis, for your service.