HPE to move from flood-prone campusHPE to move from flood-prone campushttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=193552018-03-06T06:00:00Z2018-03-06T22:55:00Z

A portion of houston's skylineHOUSTON – Hewlett Packard Enterprise plans to move out of its current Bayou City campus after unprecedented flooding two years in a row. 

The company announced in fall 2017 that it plans to build a new facility to keep most of its Houston operations in the area, but it will relocate its manufacturing operations.

HPE’s current campus—the former Compaq campus—is next to Cypress Creek near SH 249 and was impacted by the 2016 Tax Day floods and Hurricane Harvey earlier this year. 

All of its seven buildings at the campus were damaged.

The new site has not been identified, and until it is ready, most employees will remain in the existing campus which the company owns.

Most of the manufacturing operations will shift to a manufacturing site in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, while some will also move to HPE’s supply chain partner, Flex, in Austin.
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