We all know ExxonMobil is coming to The Woodlands and Spring, Texas. Have you thought of the impact that is going to have on the housing market? The article below gives a lot of details about the new ExxonMobil Campus. There will be new neighborhoods moving in, too!
- Energy-efficient campus to be located on 385-acre wooded site in north Houston
- Complex will have multiple low-rise office buildings, laboratory, conference and training centers and employee amenities
- Construction and ongoing operations to provide significant economic benefits for local economy
HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ExxonMobil announced today the development of a new office campus in north Houston for employees currently working in a variety of locations in the Houston area.
The complex will be located on a 385-acre wooded site on company-owned land near the intersection of I-45 and the Hardy Toll Road. It will contain multiple low-rise office buildings, a laboratory, conference and training centers and facilities such as child care, a wellness center and other employee amenities.
“This new campus provides an opportunity to consolidate many of our Houston offices in one location, which will provide a high-quality working environment as our employees continue to support ExxonMobil’s mission of delivering energy to meet growing global needs,” said Bryan Milton, president of ExxonMobil Global Services Company.
“The complex will be constructed to high standards of energy efficiency and environmental stewardship, and will promote new opportunities for employee collaboration in their daily work.”
It is expected that most employees working in the corporation’s Houston Upstream head office activities, along with ExxonMobil Chemical Company and various staff support services, will be based at the campus.
Employees will move in phases as the buildings are constructed, beginning early 2014. Full occupancy for Houston-based employees is expected by 2015.
Construction and ongoing operations will create thousands of jobs, substantial state and local taxes and significant benefits to the Texas and Houston-area economy.
The decision to proceed with the campus resulted from a study of the corporation’s office requirements in the United States. Further study will determine whether any other U.S. office locations will be located at the campus in the future.
ExxonMobil, the largest publicly traded international oil and gas company, uses technology and innovation to help meet the world’s growing energy needs. ExxonMobil holds an industry-leading inventory of resources, is the largest refiner and marketer of petroleum products, and its chemical company is one of the largest in the world.