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Flintco and the Texas Facilities Commission: Building the Future of Texas Together

The transformation currently underway at the Capitol Complex in Austin – two State office buildings, a central utility plant, underground parking and a pedestrian mall that rivals Washington, D.C., – is a study in forward-thinking, collaboration and a willingness to dream big, something Texans are known for around the world. Go “inside the fence” with Flintco for a glimpse of this monumental project with this engaging video produced in conjunction with the Texas Facilities Commission.

 


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