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FMC Technologies Begins Construction On New Houston, Texas, Campus Hub

Area Development Online News Desk (05/05/2014)
A global provider of technology solutions for the energy industry, FMC Technologies, Inc. began construction on a new 173-acre campus at Generation Park, located on the northeast corner of the Sam Houston Tollway in Houston, Texas.

According to company officials, within the next two years it will move approximately 1,800 of its 3,700 Houston employees to the new campus. During this first phase, FMC Technologies will consolidate its western region subsea services operations into a single 70-acre campus. With more than a million square feet of office and workshop space, this expansion will more than double the region's existing subsea services capacity. Officials added within the next 10 years its goal is to consolidate all of its 10 Houston facilities, including its corporate headquarters, to a single, state-of-the-art campus.

"We believe there is value in bringing all our Houston employees together on a single campus built for our specific business requirements. Creating a unified space that recognizes the changing needs of our expanding workforce and encourages communication and collaboration will make us a better company," said John Gremp, Chairman/President/CEO of FMC Technologies. "We are excited about what the future holds for us."

The company said it “purchased the land at Generation Park to gain the flexibility it needed to expand its facilities and accommodate continued growth. The company also wanted the space to plan an innovative campus with an inspiring and collaborative work environment, and one that promotes a healthy work-life balance through social and interactive spaces, health and fitness facilities, and other employee amenities.” The company's subsea services employees will begin moving to the new campus in early 2016. The timing of additional phases will be driven by the overall business environment and specific operating requirements.

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