Texas Facilities Commission
Harvey Hilderbran is executive director of the Texas Facilities Commission (TFC), a post he assumed in January 2015. Mr. Hilderbran manages the daily activities of TFC, working with the appointed commissioners to effectively administer the agency’s statutory functions. TFC supports state government through strategic planning; the design, construction, maintenance, and leasing of state facilities; and the reallocation and/or disposal of state and federal surplus property. TFC’s real property portfolio encompasses nearly 18 million square feet of state-owned office, warehouse, and parking facilities plus approximately 10 million square feet of leased facilities. The agency is also charged with establishing the Center for Alternative Finance and Procurement which provides an array of services to assist local and state governmental entities in Texas with public private facilities and infrastructure partnerships.
Mr. Hilderbran is a real estate broker and former lawmaker who served in the Texas House of Representatives for District 53 (Kerrville) from 1988 to January 2015. During his thirteen terms in state office, Mr. Hilderbran served as Chairman of the House Committee on Ways and Means; the House Committee on Culture, Recreation, and Tourism; and the House Committee on Human Services. Mr. Hilderbran also served on the Legislative Audit Committee and the Legislative Budget Board and was co-chair of the legislative oversight committee for the Edwards Aquifer Underground Conservation Authority.Back to speakers