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Facilities Planning

Facilities Planning is responsible  for preparation of the campus master plans, State inventory reports, the five year Educational Plant Survey, and the annual Capital Improvement Plan. Facilities Planning works with the State Department of Education to acquire capital project funding and is responsible for the equitable and efficient allocation of those funds to meet the educational mission of the College.


 Architectural Services


The College has established contracts for continuing architectural and engineering (A/E) services for projects with a construction value of $2,000,000 or less. A/E services are currently provided by DAG Architects for projects in Gadsden and Wakulla Counties and Architects | Lewis + Whitlock for projects in Leon County. The continuing service contracts are re-advertised periodically.

The College advertises for A/E services for individual  projects with a construction value of more than $2,000,000. Facilities Planning prepares a Request for Qualifications that is advertised through the College Purchasing Department. A selection committee is assembled to review the A/E responses and to recommend a selection to the College Board of Trustees. 


 Capital Improvement Plan


​Each year, the College updates its five-year Capital Improvement Plan and forwards it to the State Department of Education (DOE). The Plan describes the renovation, remodeling and new construction projects planned by the College for the next five years. The DOE uses this plan to develop a three year project list that is then sent to the Legislature, who determines each year the allocation of State funds for construction or maintenance of State educational facilities.”

TCC 2013-2017 CIP

TCC 2015-2019 CIP


 Five-Year Educational Plant Survey


The educational plant survey is a systematic study of the present educational and ancillary plants and the determination of future needs. The State requires that the survey be updated and submitted to DOE for approval every five years. The next survey is due from TCC in 2015.   

The recommendations in the educational plant survey provide the foundation for the Capital Improvement Plan, prepared annually, and the Project Priority List, prepared concurrently with the survey. As needs change or new requirements arise, the College may prepare a “Spot Survey” to address the revisions.

TCC Five-Year Educational Plant Survey


 Florida Public Safety Institute


 Property Leasing


TCC owns several properties that were acquired for future expansion that may be temporarily leased by local business or educational organizations. Contact the Director of Physical Plant, Facilities Planning and Construction for additional information.”

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 TCC Main Campus Master Plan


The campus master plan guides the development of the physical environment of Tallahassee Community College. The plan must be updated every five years, in conjunction with the development of the Educational Plant Survey. 

TCC Main Campus Master Plan.


 Wakulla Environmental Institute


​Tallahassee Community College’s Wakulla Environmental Institute has taken a huge step forward.  The College purchased 158 acres of land on Highway 319, just south of Crawfordville, as the future site for the new institute. 

The Institute will be modeled on TCC’s successful Florida Public Safety Institute in Gadsden County and will prepare the next generation of environmental professionals—with programs in environmental science technology, water quality, hospitality and tourism management, aquaculture management, parks and leisure technology, and agribusiness management.

“This is a huge step forward for the College,” said Dr. Jim Murdaugh, president of TCC, “and it’s truly unique, as well, because the land we are acquiring isn’t just a place to build classrooms—the natural space of Wakulla is the classroom. That is what will make the Institute so special: the combination of TCC’s strong academic tradition with the biodiversity and natural resources of Wakulla."

Contact Information

For more information contact the Facilities Department by phone (850) 201-8480 or e-mail

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