Endress+Hauser Chooses Pearland, Texas, for Regional Center
The Lower Kirby District is a 1,200-acre mixed-use development in northwest Pearland, fronting South Beltway 8 and State Highway 288. The District is home to office, retail, commercial and industrial projects and continues to expand, particularly in the areas of life science, energy and manufacturing, Pearland Economic Development Corp. said.
“Our investment in Pearland’s Lower Kirby District shows first and foremost our strong commitment to customers. It means an investment in Endress+Hauser’s dynamically growing US business as well as into the strategic development of the whole Group,” said Greg Miscik, Vice President of Operations, Endress+Hauser. “With the new facilities we can improve our customer services, manage additional growth and expand our competencies in the field of advanced analyzers for the process industry.”
The 100,000 square-foot Gulf Coast Regional Center will include an area for calibration and repair and offer office and training space, including a brand new state-of-the-art PTU® (Process Training Unit). Located on a 17-acre site on the southeast corner of Beltway 8 and Kirby Drive, the facility will be home to approximately 110 employees, including management, engineering, sales, operations and administrative personnel.
“The City of Pearland is honored to add another esteemed international company such as Endress+Hauser to the list of growing employers that call our community home,” stated Pearland Mayor Tom Reid. “We are excited that they have selected Pearland’s Lower Kirby District as the location for their regional center and look forward to a long partnership between Endress+Hauser and our community.”
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