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MIII Greens Road Permit Update

MIII Greens Road Permit Update

Permitting has been approved for the Greens Road Business Center located at US 59 & Aldine Bender Road. To get more information about to property, visit our property detail page....
Blue Ash

Blue Ash

Blue Ash Building 4 is undergoing new changes from previous design. Contractor BNC will be constructing this F-2 occupancy development at 14621 Blue Ash Drive, Houston, 77090. This 21,000 sqft. office/warehouse building sits on 1.52 acres out of a 6.18 acre tract. Building 4 is to be a crane ready, tilt wall building, featuring 28’ eave height and corner entry. The canopy at the entry is lowered in the tilt panel opening to allow natural light into the entry space. The building also has translucent wall panels at designated warehouse areas to allow for natural lighting as well. This project has been approved with the Harris County Fire Code and is awaiting Civil plans approval. Once both sections are approved, the permit will be released for construction. Only Building 4 will undergo construction at this time, but the remaining buildings on the site are pending....
Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Restoration

Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Restoration

$18 million has been approved to begin the five Texas-based projects established to reimburse the state after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, which caused loss of capitalization on available resources. These projects are part of a bigger set of plans spanning across the Gulf, estimating around $627 million. 63% of the budget is allocated for ecological losses, and the remaining 37% will address lost recreational services. In 2011 BP designated $1 billion for funding early restoration projects in the Gulf, specifically to address the restoration process before an injury assessment was rendered or completed. This is the first early restoration phase with Texas-based projects, which follow two previous phases that totaled $71 million. Work on Texas projects is expected to begin in 2015.The five projects are listed as such, below: “Galveston Island State Park Beach Redevelopment (Galveston County). The project will construct multi-use campsites, tent campsites, equestrian facilities, beach access via dune walk-over boardwalks and other recreational enhancements on the Gulf side of Galveston Island State Park. The purpose is to enhance recreational opportunities and to increase access to the Gulf. Early restoration funding for this project: $10.7 million. Sea Rim State Park Improvements (Jefferson County). The project will construct facilities to provide enhanced recreational experiences within Sea Rim State Park, including a fish cleaning station, vault toilet, and two wildlife viewing platforms. These improvements will provide amenities to enhance fishing experiences, wildlife and habitat observation, and overall recreational opportunities. Early restoration funding for this project: $210,000. Ship Reef/Corpus Reef (federal waters /Nueces County). The Ship Reef project will enhance fishing and diving opportunities by sinking a suitable ship...