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Business & Technology Park


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The Tomball Business & Technology Park, a project of the Tomball Economic Development Corporation, encompasses 99.5 acres of land located at the northwest corner of Hufsmith-Kohrville Road and Holderrieth Road, within the City of Tomball. The Park is Master Planned and Deed Restricted with a Light Industrial zoning classification. The Park is fully served with all utilities and provides off-site detention. Its flexible lot sizes and competitive pricing combined with low property taxes and a skilled local labor force make the Park an attractive location for new and expanding businesses.  There are +/- 58.5 usable acres still available. 

Features:

·         Master Planned/Deed Restricted Business Park

·         Easy access to SH 249, FM 2920 & the Grand Parkway

·         Flexible lot sizes

·         Off-site detention via M118 Drainage Channel

·         Light Industrial Zoning

·         City of Tomball utilities

·         Competitive land pricing

·         Incentives available

 

Noteworthy Updates & Activity:

Bids for the Hufsmith-Kohrville/Holderrieth Road intersection improvements were opened by Harris County on May 1, 2017. Construction is expected to begin in June with a construction duration of 60 calendar days.  Planned improvements include the installation of a traffic signal and a left turn lanes. This is a Joint Participation project between Harris County and the Tomball Economic Development Corporation.

The City of Tomball awarded the contract for the Hufsmith-Kohrville/Spell Road Traffic Signal installation project on May 15, 2017. Construction is expected to begin in June with a construction duration of 90 calendar days.

In November 2016, the City of Tomball issued approximately $20 million in Certificates of Obligation to fund the design, land acquisition, and construction of Medical Complex Drive Segment 4B and South Persimmon Street from Agg Road to the Tomball Business & Technology Park. In October, the TEDC purchased 18.9 acres to the north of the Business & Technology Park to help facilitate this project. The TEDC also entered into an agreement with the City to fund $4 million towards the South Persimmon Street improvements because the extension will directly benefit the continued development of the Business and Technology Park.

The Tomball EDC sold 5.5 acres in the Tomball Business and Technology Park to GE Betz on August 30, 2016.  Plans for the site include the construction of a 42,700-square-foot laboratory and office facility expected to house 75 employees. The facility will conduct research & development activities in the oil & gas industry focusing on global upstream and downstream applications as well as the North American customer analytical services laboratory providing industrial water, oil, microbiological, deposit, and metallurgical failure testing. In addition, the site will be a technical training center for GE’s engineers and scientists.

Packers Plus Energy Services, an international oilfield services company, purchased a 17.38-acre tract in the Park in July 2015. Development plans include a three-building campus consisting of a 50,000 square-foot rapid tool development facility, a 237,000-square-foot manufacturing building, and a multi‐story 40,000-square-foot corporate office.  The company broke ground on the rapid tool development building on September 30, 2015 and opened the facility in November 2016.  

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