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Planning & Real Estate Management

Space Management - travis building Capitol Complex Project Website The Real Estate Management Division is responsible for the management of state-owned facilities in the Commission's inventory. The division's portfolio of owned facilities totals over 28 million square feet, supporting the needs of over 100 state agencies housing 62,600 employees throughout 283 Texas cities and towns. Major activities include: 1) administering the Public Private Partnership Program; 2) space allocation and management; 2)lease procurement and contract management services; 3) property management, custodial services, pest control and grounds maintenance for state-owned facilities; 4) recycling and waste management services; and 5) commercial parking and events management.

The principal services and functions of the Planning and Real Estate Management Division:
Public Private Partnership (P3) Program
Long-Range and Strategic Analyses and Planning
Space Allocation and Management
Pre-Design, Space Program Development and Plan Review
State Leasing Services
Property Management Services

- Property Management
- Property Services
- Custodial Services
- Building Maintenance
- Recycling and Waste Management
- Grounds Maintenance
- Commercial Parking and Special Events
- Pest Control Services

Create a Work Order
Public-Private Partnership Guidelines
2018 Texas Capitol Complex Master Plan Update
2018 Master Facilities Plan Report
Standard State Lease Contract
State Leasing Services Regions and Lease Officer Contact Information
State of Texas Leasing Opportunities (ESBD)
State Leasing Rules

Tenant Manual
Facilities Service Center
Football Tailgating on State Property
Request for Use for a Fee, Free or Reduced Parking Rate
Maps for State-owned parking lots and garages in the Austin Area
TFC's Conference Room Reservation System
Map of TFC Building Inventory