Thread regarding Halliburton Co. layoffs

HAL Campus in Bellaire - Houston

Drove by there yesterday and noticed its being destructed. Would anyone tell me what happened to this campus, has it been sold?

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I worked there back in late 90's. It always remined me of high security buildings I saw while in the Navy.

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halcatraz was a hole...particularly the basement. they had a decent salad bar however.

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100+ more years!
Trust me, Halliburton will last longer than it will take you to speak better English and form correct sentences.

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Nov 18, 2020, A nearly 50-acre corporate campus near Houston’s Chinatown area that was once owned by a division of Halliburton Co. is set to be demolished to make way for a new mixed-use development.

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Old news!A local private investment group has purchased Halliburton's former Oak Park campus. The 48-acre campus is just west of Bellaire Boulevard and the Sam Houston Tollway in Westchase. A local private investment group has purchased Halliburton's former Oak Park campus in the Westchase District.Jun 20, 2018

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