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A Message from the Interim Vice Chancellor

First, I would like to thank Michael Molina for his many years of dedicated service to the Texas Tech University System and wish him all the best on his new journey. As vice chancellor, Michael established processes and standards that positioned the TTU System for long-term success. I am honored to assume the position of interim vice chancellor, and I look forward to continuing our momentum in capital improvements. FP&C’s excellence and integrity have been consistently displayed throughout our industry, and I am dedicated to upholding these standards in my tenure.

Across the TTU System, there is currently more than $300 million invested in active capital improvements, and we are focused on maintaining current progress while identifying areas for potential enhancement and growth. Facilities Planning & Construction’s network includes local, national and global partners who continue to support our mission of maintaining conservative fiscal stewardship while upholding the highest quality design solutions. Our industry partners – design professionals, contractors, manufactures, suppliers and auditors – have been dedicated to keeping our projects at the forefront of their efforts, and we look forward to collaboration on future initiatives.

During this transition, it is our goal to continue to strengthen relationships with our partner base and remain committed to the Facilities Planning & Construction mission statement:

Ultimate Service

Excellent Management

Superior Quality

It is a privilege to be a part of such a hardworking, dedicated team of professionals at the TTU System. I am appreciative of the leadership and guidance of Chancellor Duncan and the Board of Regents, and we will continue our forward momentum to serve and build the TTU System because From Here, It’s Possible.


Billy Breedlove


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