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Shell Expansion in Houston’s Energy Corridor

In Employers Houston Energy Corridor, Employers in West Houston, Houston Energy Corridor, Local Business, Oil and Gas companies in Houston, Relocating to West Houston, Uncategorized, West Houston on August 26, 2013 at 6:15 pm

Royal Dutch Shell is  expanding its corporate offices  just off I-10  in West Houston’s Energy Corridor located at 200 N. Dairy Ashford.

The energy-efficient LEED-NC Gold rated building includes to a 30,000-square-foot amenities center that includes a gym and conference center. These will include fitness, recreational and social areas, coffee bars, concentration spaces, technology-supported collaboration areas and a range of breakout spaces.

The Energy Source – The Energy Corridor’s Districts Newsletter reported that

“With traffic and roadway congestion being key issues for the Energy Corridor District, Shell has taken traffic into consideration as part of the development of the conceptual design of the facility. As such, Shell has prepared a traffic study on the existing and new site, presented the study to the Texas Department of Transportation and are incorporating TxDOT’s recommendations into the design.

Connie Vallone – connie@knowsrealestae.com  713 249 4177

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Improved Transportation in Houston’s Energy Corridor

In Eldridge Parkway, Houston Energy Corridor, Houston Real Estate Agent, Local Events, Oil and Gas companies in Houston, Transportation Houston, West Houston on June 11, 2013 at 6:11 pm

The Energy Corridor District is working on about $40MM worth of transportation mobility projects that are either in the works or pipeline. The $15MM Park Row road completion is currently underway, which will open up that area west of ConocoPhillips to development, which is already planned.

As reported by EnergyCorridor.org $25Million in transportation projects for Houston‘s Energy Corridor have been approved. 

“Improving transportation and mobility in The Energy Corridor is one of our prime missions,” explains John Nunez, Transportation Manager for The Energy Corridor District. “These five projects will bring significant upgrades to several busy Energy Corridor roadways and intersections. The end result will be safer, more efficient ways to travel for both drivers and pedestrians.”

Connie Vallone  your West Houston Real Estate Expert

First Market Realty  713 249 4177   www.HoustonEnergyCorridorHomes.com