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SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions (SUEZ WT&S) has broken ground on a new laboratory in Tomball, Texas, USA. The facility, located north west of Houston, USA, will serve as a research and development (R&D) center of specialty chemicals for the industrial segment, as well as expand the company’s reach in the oil and gas industry, focusing on global upstream and downstream applications.

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The facility broke ground last fall in the Tomball Business and Technology Park. (Courtesy SUEZ)

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General Electric announced plans to relocate its water and power distribution branch from The Woodlands to the Tomball Business and Technology Park. Design plans for the facility were presented to Tomball City Council in May 2016.

Tomball ISD residents approved a multimillion-dollar bond referendum in November for district improvements. (Anna Dembowski/Community Impact Newspaper)

The Tomball Economic Development Corporation, in partnership with the Governor’s Office, the Texas Workforce Commission, Lone Star College Business Success Center, and the North Houston Association, will be co-hosting a Governor’s Small Business Service Provider Workshop on Monday, October 30th from 8:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the Beckendorf Conference Center at Lone Star College – Tomball, 30555 Tomball Parkway, Tomball, TX 77375. 

Baker Hughes, General Electric finalize corporate merger

Companies to offer fullstream oil services


As the area recovers from the oil and gas downturn of 2014, two of Houston’s largest energy companies have joined forces.



7 transportation projects underway in Tomball and Magnolia
Updates on FM 1774, FM 1488, the Tomball Tollway and local intersections

Nearly two years after the opening of Phase I, construction will begin this month on the next phase to bring Hwy. 249 into Montgomery County.

Officials with the Harris County Toll Road Authority, Montgomery County and the Texas Department of Transportation spoke Friday during a luncheon hosted by the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce at Lone Star College-Tomball. The project, which is broken up into four phases is a joint project between HCTRA, TxDOT and the Montgomery County Toll Road Authority.


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