Engineering Firm Moves HQ To W. Houston

By Houston Business Journal

Drill-through specialist West Engineering Services is moving its corporate headquarters to the West Houston area from its current home in Brookshire.

West Engineering, which provides both on-site inspections and training, expects to make the move within six to nine months.

It will renovate the 44,077-square-foot, single-story building, which sits on a 3.1-acre tract of land acquired by West from Houston-based Fuller Realty Partners LLC. The building is located at 16406 Par Row, just north of Interstate 10 between Highway 6 and Barker Cypress.

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