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Meanwhile, an indication that the party is not winding down anytime soon...

Houston energy hiring far exceeds past two years
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The Texas Medical Center is planning to open a business accelerator in the old Nabisco plant. The building was previously refurbished, so I'm not sure if any additional work will be done on it.

Texas Medical Center to open 'country's largest' life-sciences accelerator

Meanwhile, Dynegy, which is downtown, is expanding its business

Dynegy acquires Duke assets, others for $6.25 billion
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This week's HBJ has a quick summary of projects in Fort Bend County. Memorial Hermann's expansion is mentioned, as is Methodist's $131 million capital improvement program and Nalco Champion's new offices. Also mentioned is a new campus for Fluor (I believe the project was mentioned in this thread as long as a year ago, but there are only sketchy details). It's still early days, but a campus with as much as 1 million sf of space will be built on 50 acres at 59 and University Boulevard, so this is a biggie.
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