To all U.S.-based employees:
Following extensive research into best practices in workplace design and benchmarking the world’s top facilities, we are proceeding with construction of a new ExxonMobil office campus in north Houston for employees currently working in a variety of locations and functions across the Houston area.
Located on a company-owned 385-acre wooded site near the intersection of I-45 and the Hardy Toll Road, the campus will deliver an unparalleled working environment that promotes innovation and employee collaboration, while also demonstrating our commitment to health, wellness and environmental responsibility.
The decision to proceed with the campus resulted from a comprehensive U.S. Real Estate Strategy Study by a team of experts from GREF, EMIT, functional companies and support services, as well as external experts.
The campus will include multiple low-rise office buildings, laboratory, conference and training facilities, outdoor open spaces, several food venues and other employee amenities including child care, an on-site wellness center and various retail offerings.
Moves to the campus will be carried out in phases as the campus is constructed, beginning early 2014, with full occupancy by 2015. Houston-based employees working in Upstream, Chemicals and various staff support functions will move to the campus in that timeframe.
The company is continuing to study whether any other U.S. office locations will ultimately be located in the complex. During the study we considered the evolving needs of our organization and the changing nature of the workplace. We benchmarked more than 100 state-of-the-art facilities and campus environments to design a campus that can provide the platform for enhanced collaboration and business execution excellence.
We believe you’ll be excited by the work environment, the beauty of the natural surroundings, the technology capabilities and the campus amenities. You can begin learning about plans for the new ExxonMobil office campus on the intranet site listed below. The site has additional information about the campus including a video and FAQs and will be updated as the project progresses.
President, ExxonMobil Global Services Company