Head up I-45 N just past the Hardy Toll road and look to your left. You will see the horizon is full of industrial cranes.
This is the new Exxon Woodlands campus that everyone is talking about. The new Exxon Mobil Woodlands campus is expected to house some 10,000 + employees by 2015.
At Upstream Marketing, we are always looking for ways to help our clients open new doors of opportunities. We did our research and found the following information on the new Exxon Woodlands campus.
Exxon Woodlands Campus -Estimate Construction Costs
Estimated cost of construction – more than $1.2 billion. (1)
$700 million for 3-5 million square feet of buildings including their interior finishes.
$150 million for parking garages.
$100 million for site development
$200 million for furniture, fixtures and equipment
$75 million for architecture, engineering and related fees.
You Tube Videos
Watch Mike, Brown, Exxons project executive on the U.S. Real Estate Strategy Study, addresses Exxon employees in the video. View You Tube Video
Aerial View of new Exxon Mobile Campus. View You Tube Video
Construction Companies Involved in the construction of the Exxon Woodlands Campus
Harvey Builders – Houston, TX
Gilbane Building Company – Providence, RI
Exxon Mobil Supplier Diversity Program
Again, the information above is to help clients of Upstream Marketing and the readers of this blog. The information presented is for informational purposes only.
(1) As reported by Houston Chronicle, June 10, 2012
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