Administration

The Administration Team is responsible for:

  • Directing the administrative functions and operations of planning, design and construction for the University System which includes providing direction to OFPC staff assigned to those projects
  • Providing general administrative operations of staff regarding personnel issues
  • Assisting with the administration of the department’s budgets, operations and special projects as assigned
  • Reviewing and revising Owner Architect/Contractor agreements to correlate with new project contract delivery methods
  • Serving as liaison with the Office of General Counsel and includes an overview of contracts, contract changes, claims, contract non-compliance, Intent to Lien Letters, etc. 
  • Providing overview for contracts prior to processing and acquiring approval from upper management and General Counsel Assists in the preparation and coordination of contracts and related materials in accordance with state and university purchasing and funding regulations and the resolution of  problems of non–routine nature and significant complexity
  • Reviewing and analyzing contracts and invoices
  • Preparing change orders/amendments
  • Processing pay applications and invoices
  • Maintaining requisitions, project files, insurance certificates, pay and performance bonds
  • Coordinating the budgetary and business management functions in the SFPC Office
  • Maintaining all financial documentation of construction budget
  • Preparing construction project budgets and reports
  • Preparing budget analyses and varied periodic and special reports
  • Preparing accounting transactions
  • Maintaining budget records
  • Tracking costs of current projects for analysis
  • Assisting departments in the interpretation of project cost and in resolving errors
  • Submitting requisitions
  • Logging and tracking documents as they are circulated across various campus departments
  • Assisting in booking travel, preparing travel vouchers and submitting travel reimbursements
  • PCard purchases and reconciliation
  • Submitting and approving departmental timekeeping
  • Preparing solicitations, distributing, and scheduling evaluations

Leadership

DON LYNCH
Executive Director for System Facilities Administration

Don Lynch provides general administration operations of staff regarding personnel issues and manages the development and administration of the department’s budgets, operations, and special projects, as assigned. He also oversees the development of Owner Architect/Contractor agreements to correlate with new project contract delivery methods and is point-of-contact named in contractual agreement for notices, consents, approvals, demands, requests and other communications. 
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Office of Facilities Planning & Construction | 2204 W. Prairie Street | Denton, Texas 76201
Office: (940) 369-7000