This is what the new Phillips 66 office campus could look like, according to the company, which shared details about the project with its employees this week.
The campus is still the “conceptual design phase,” the company said. It will include about 1.1 million square-feet of space in multiple buildings, along with a cafeteria, fitness center, coffee shop and conference center. The complex will be designed to achieve at least a LEED Silver rating from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Phillips 66, the new refining giant created when ConocoPhillips split last year, will build the campus on about 14 acres just west of the Sam Houston Tollway between Westheimer and Briar Forest Drive in the Westchase District. The company announced the project last year, but few details were provided.
The new facility will provide office space for the 1,800 employees that work for the company in Houston. Construction is expected to start by the end of the year.
“We are excited about our new state-of-the art Phillips 66 headquarters facility, which when built, will provide a location for all of our Houston employees to work together at one location, and it will provide our global employees with a place to meet, train and grow,” Janet Grothe of Phillips 66 said in an email.
Grothe said the name of the architect will not be disclosed until plans are finalized.