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Our Legacy:  Build.  Support.  Maintain.

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The Texas Facilities Commission (TFC) builds, supports, maintains, and manages over 28 million square feet of state-owned and leased facilities that house over 62,000 state employees in over 100 state agencies, all working in the service of the citizens of Texas.

TFC oversees a varied property portfolio of office space, storage, warehouses, parking garages, and grounds of buildings across 283 cities and towns in Texas.  Our team provides and contracts for the design and construction, property management, landscaping and custodial services, recycling and waste management services, building climate and energy automation, and the fire and security services required to keep State agencies working for our constituents. 

Our goal is to serve with excellence by providing high-quality work environments that are functional, energy-efficient, and cost-effective to operate.

By State statute TFC’s primary functions are:

  • Strategic and long-term planning for state facility needs;
  • Space planning and the assignment of office space to agencies housed in State-owned buildings;
  • Provide office space for state agencies through leasing services;
  • Design and construction of facilities for state agencies;
  • Maintain state-owned facilities in a secure and cost-efficient manner; and
  • Provide various support services to state agencies, such as the reallocation and disposal of state surplus property, operation of the federal surplus property program, and coordination of recycling and waste management programs.

 

capitol building & staff Mission

To effectively carry out its responsibilities, TFC has developed objectives for its programs and operations. The primary goals of the agency are to:

  • efficiently use state-owned facilities to reduce long term dependence on leased space;
  • determine the best allocation of state resources for housing state agencies that provides a secure work environment for state employees, visitors, and contractors;
  • reduce energy consumption and achieve increased energy efficiency;
  • provide a high-quality work environment for a state government that is functional, energy-efficient, and cost-effective through the implementation of best practices in building operations and risk management; and
  • implement cost-effective maintenance programs to safeguard public investment in state facilities.

 

Organization

TFC will maximize its human resources without compromising service delivery or sacrificing financial controls. 

The management structure and reporting hierarchy for TFC operations is available here.

As legislative mandates and appropriations change, the organization structure of the agency is reviewed and updated to ensure efficient and effective service to our constituents.