Noble Energy Center One & Two

Project Description

Location: Houston, TX

Client: Trammell Crow Company

Trammell Crow Company (TCC), in joint venture with Principal Real Estate Investors, completed Noble Energy Center (NEC) One in 2013, a 497,000-SF office building located at 1001 Noble Energy Way in Houston’s Northwest office submarket. Concurrent with the completion of NEC One, the development team began construction on NEC Two, a 20-story, 470,000-SF build-to-suit office building, completed in 2015. the project created a corporate campus spanning nearly 1 million square feet for the Houston-based independent energy firm. NEC Two features an integrated eight-story parking garage, a Town Hall to serve corporate meetings, and an elevated sky bridge connecting to NEC One. Both buildings are certified LEED® Gold.

The design team included developer Trammell Crow Co., Kirksey Architects, WGA, and landscape architects TBG Partners. Coordination was key to this project for a number of unique factors. The site of the expanding campus spans two separate municipal utility districts: Malcomson Road Utility District and Harris County MUD 286. WGA coordinated with both districts as well as TxDOT in order to extend the necessary utility lines to reach the new development. While addressing the detention needs of the site, WGA worked with the Harris County Flood Control District to deepen and widen one of its channels. In doing this, WGA created an inline detention basin that will also serve as a water feature for the campus.

 

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