MIDLAND - Ground has been broken on Chevron’s new $100 million Midland campus. It will feature two four-story buildings totaling 330,000 sf. The two buildings will be connected by a walkway and will accommodate 800 employees, twice the capacity of the current offices.
Construction is expected to begin this summer on the campus west of the Scharbauer Sports Complex is expected to take 22 to 24 months. There will also be an adjacent parking garage with space for 700 cars and separate visitor parking. Amenities include a conference and training center.
The 25 acres Chevron purchased from the Scharbauer Brothers also has room for a third four-story building with capacity for 400 people.
The new campus is the largest such project to be built in Midland in at least 30 years, when the oil industry was last booming, according to Wes Perry, Midland’s mayor.
Read more at the Midland Reporter-Telegram.
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