San Angelo, Jul. 6, 2016 – Terrill Manufacturing Company participated in, and completed the University of Texas System Model Contract Development Program (MCDP) held in Dallas at the end of June, 2016. The purpose of the University of Texas Systems’ MCDP is to connect Texas HUB and M/WBE firms with opportunities on the $75 Million STEM Business Building at the University of Texas at Tyler. Terrill Manufacturing Company alongside other businesses who enrolled in the program, and were seriously interested in bidding on work on this project will have priority consideration for these opportunities.
JE Dunn Construction were selected by the University of Texas to be the construction manager at risk on this project and hosted this MCDP seminar series in conjunction with the University of Texas System. The Model Contract Development Program meetings were a great opportunity to receive valuable capacity building training, while being exposed to bid opportunities on this important university project.
Terrill Manufacturing (TMC) is an architectural woodwork company that provides architectural woodwork and casework supporting k-12 educational schools, healthcare firms, banks, churches, higher education institutions, restaurants, the lodging and resort industry, and the government. Terrill Manufacturing Company is a member of the Architectural Woodwork Institute and the Southwest Minority Supplier Development Council.