Round Rock Campus expansion design complete

Work is moving forward on the Applied Technology expansion at Austin Community College District (ACC) Round Rock Campus, near Building 5000. The design process began in September 2023, and the design development was completed in May 2024. 

PBK Architects, Inc. is the lead architecture firm for the Round Rock Campus expansion. They are now working to issue a 50% complete construction document set by the end of June to move forward with issuing a pricing set with the construction management team. A Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) proposal for the site and buildings is expected in July and August.

The expansion will be done in a two-phase project.

Phase I is on track to begin in November 2024. It includes two new buildings. Building 5500 is a 22,400-square-foot building that will provide space for Advanced Manufacturing, Heating and Air Conditioning Repair Technology, and a future new program for an electrician certificate.  Building 4000 is a 36,000-square-foot building, which will be a new building for the Automotive Technology program that includes dedicated space for their partnership with Toyota, called T-Ten, and, potentially, a new Battery Electric Vehicle space in the future. 

Phase II includes space in Building 5000, which will also be partially renovated. Space that will be vacated by Automotive Technology when they move into the new Building 4000 will be repurposed as expansion labs for Welding Technology. Minor renovations will also occur in the Building Construction Technology space to improve storage efficiency and provide a new tech office.

Additional improvements will be made to the outdoor workyard to expand capacity for Building Construction sites and outdoor work areas for other programs associated with the buildings. Learn more about ACC’s 2022 Bond projects at

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