Houston, TX – Gilbane/Harvey – Houston team announced today it was selected by ExxonMobil to construct its new multiple building office campus in North Houston.
Thomas F. Gilbane, Jr., chairman and CEO of the 138 year old Gilbane Building Company, said, “Our team is very proud to be involved with this project. My father began this relationship many years ago and we are looking forward to making this campus a reality. ExxonMobil is working with some of the best designers in the world to create high efficiency buildings that will be an asset to the local community and the environment.”
David E. Harvey, Jr., chairman of Harvey Builders said, “Our team has safely worked together for decades to create productive environments throughout Houston. We look forward to constructing this beautiful and creative design with the state-of-the-art team ExxonMobil has assembled.”
Construction and ongoing operations will create thousands of jobs and significant benefits for the Texas and Houston-area economy.
Gilbane Inc. www.gilbaneco.com is a full-service construction and real estate development company comprising Gilbane Building Company, its subsidiary ITSI, and Gilbane Development Company. Gilbane Building Company, one of the largest builders in the nation, provides a full slate of facilities-related services for clients in the life sciences, transportation, healthcare, convention/cultural, government, educational, mission-critical, corporate, sports/recreational and criminal justice markets serving clients worldwide. Gilbane, celebrating 30 years in Houston, is the 5th largest provider of general contracting services in the U.S., according to Engineering News Record Magazine.
Harvey is a leading, full-service general contractor with offices in Houston, Austin, San Antonio and Washington, D.C. Harvey provides general contracting, pre-construction, design-build and construction management services for a variety of commercial projects. Harvey has been ranked by the Houston Business Journal as the #1 General Contractor in Houston for the past five years.