French energy services firm Technip has leased a 17-story building, adding to the space it already occupies along the Energy Corridor, developer Mac Haik announced Wednesday.
“We are experiencing unprecedented growth in our Houston office and are optimizing our resources among all segments,” David Dickson, president of Technip North America, said in a statement.
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The lease is for 428,831 square feet in Energy Tower III at 11740 Katy Freeway. The building, which was started without a tenant lined up to occupy it, is near completion.
It is part of a larger site that includes two other office buildings and an Embassy Suites Hotel. The 1.5 million-square-foot complex was developed by Mac Haik Realty. The site has room for a fourth office building.
Technip has occupied Energy Tower I since 1998 and then moved its project teams to the Energy Tower II in 2011, Dickson said.