CORPUS CHRISTI - Falling oil prices are not stopping a major Corpus Christi refinery from investing $28 million in a new office building.
Flint Hills Resources submitted plans to the city’s Development Services Department this month for a new 140,000-sf office building with the capacity to house 500 employees and contractors.
The four-story building will consolidate several other office buildings on the property.
Eight more project plans were also submitted to the city during the second week in February totaling nearly $600,000 in costs.
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