Bryan Milton, President of ExxonMobil Global Services Company, officially announced to all U.S. employees that ExxonMobil is constructing a new campus in Spring Texas. Rumors of ExxonMobil building a new campus have been swirling for numerous months but ExxonMobil had remained silent that is until today.
According to the internal announcement the campus will be located on a 385 acre tract of land near the intersection of I45 and the Hardy Toll Road. The campus will include multiple low-rise office buildings, laboratory, conference and training facilities, outdoor open spaces, food venues, and child care. As the campus is constructed relocation of employees will begin. It is projected the first employees will be relocated in early 2014 and that full occupancy will occur by 2015.
What can we expect the new ExxonMobil campus to look like? Click over to Swamplot to view what the architects have in mind.
The relocation of ExxonMobil employees to its new campus will create an increase in housing demand which in turn will increase real estate prices in Spring Texas.
One of the Very Best in the Business.My wife and I met Jill as we prepared to place our first... read moreOne of the Very Best in the Business.My wife and I met Jill as we prepared to place our first house on the market and began to look for a new home in the Spring area. I've worked with agents in the past with whom I've been less than impressed, but Jill is top-notch. She is punctual, thorough, and patient. She has an almost encyclopedic knowledge of the market, the builders, the school districts, the MUDs, and the neighborhoods. For the sale of our home, Jill took us step by step through the preparations necessary to get our house ready to show: everything from rearrangement of furnishings to referrals for handymen. When we started viewing potential houses to buy, I was amazed that Jill not only knew everything about the house she was showing me, but seemed to know details regarding all the neighboring houses as well. For the closings, Jill was an extra set of eyes, ensuring that the paperwork was in order. She also made sure that the the closing was at a convenient location and took as little time as possible (less than an hour in both instances). All throughout the process, Jill remained a driving force, constantly ensuring that inspection reports were being rendered promptly or that the mortgage provider was keenly aware of the closing date; and I received a steady stream of email updates from her. I couldn't be more pleased with her, and in the event we're once again in the market for another home, she would be my first call. read less