Building The University of Texas at Austin
Welcome to Project Management and Construction Services (PMCS) for The University of Texas at Austin. We are your resource for all programming, design, construction, and renovation projects at the university that are less than $4 million. As stewards of the university, we support and promote sustainability as we manage and carry out our projects. We strive to serve you with high-quality renovation projects that exceed your expectations, and we invite you to explore our Web site to learn more about what we can do for you.
Tower Bells Project Completed & In the News
PMCS was in the news regarding this project, managed by Ricardo Puemape:
2013 Outstanding Staff Award Recipient: Kenneth Rhinehart
Congratulations to Kenneth for receiving a 2013 President's Outstanding Staff Award on April 23rd.
Service Cost Recovery
PMCS has established a Major Renovation Project Service Center that will use a cost recovery model to fund the operational and maintenance expenses for management of projects between $4 million and $10 million and for interior design services (excluding flooring-only projects) provided in projects under $4 million. Visit the Service Cost Recovery web page for details.
Repair Project Will Improve Safety in Bell Tower
From Nov. 1 until Jan. 31, the carillon bells housed in the UT Tower will be out of commission for a $71,000 repair project. Director Bill Throop is interviewed by the Daily Texan.
PMCS Lights the Tower
Manager Neal Crump and Crew Leader Steve Giannascoli are interviewed by the Daily Texan.
Welch Convocation Hall Renovations
Project Manager Pablo Ruiz is interviewed by the Daily Texan.
2012 Outstanding Staff Awards
Congratulations to our 2012 Outstanding Staff Award recipient, Laura Burrows (PMCS Construction Services), She was honored in a ceremony on May 4th.
PMCS Employees Teach Children about Construction and Safety
Read about how PMCS Director Bill Throop and Carpenter Laura Burrows introduced the concept of construction to kindergartners: Making an Impact in the Community: A Visit to Summitt Elementary School
2011 Facilities Management Evaluation Program
As a part of ongoing efforts to improve service delivery, Campus Planning and Facilities Management (CPFM) is evaluating how our organization operates by participating in the 2011 Facilities Management Evaluation Program (FMEP). For details, see the CPFM Web site.