Southwest HVAC News
Announces New Headquarters in Houston, TX.
Construction is underway on a new corporate headquarters for the
Willbanks family of companies to be located at 735 Buffalo Run in
the Lake View Business Park (a Trammel Crow development 1 block
south of the south Sam Houston Parkway at Fondren).
Willbanks is purchasing the largest of 3 buildings being developed
and constructed by Adkisson Development. They will consolidate
Houston operations currently located on Stillwell St. and Northdale
The new facility will support the companies’ recent growth by
doubling its square footage in Houston. Completion is scheduled for
mid-2018 and will be home to Willbanks and Associates Inc.,
Willbanks Contractor Support LLC, and Boiler Management Ltd. (The
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When the new
35,000-square foot tilt wall structure opens, it will provide
the workspace for all Houston based office, warehouse, shop
employees, and local field staff. The office is designed in
anticipation of continued growth and will easily accommodate a
50% expansion of staff. The facility will include approximately
15,000 feet of office, classroom and demonstration-lab space
with an additional 20,000 feet designated to a high bay
warehouse and fabrication shop. The company plans to use the new
classroom and lab space to host continuing education and
training for the plumbing and HVAC industry.
The new headquarters will support the companies’ satellite
operations in Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, Atlanta, and Denver.
Founded in 1977, Willbanks and Associates Inc. and Willbanks
Contractor Support LLC, provide equipment and support to
plumbing and HVAC industry contractors and engineering firms.
Willbanks and Associates was recognized in 2016 by Inc. 5000
(fastest growing companies in the United States) and Houston
Business Journal’s Fast 100 (fastest growing companies in
Boiler Management Ltd. is best known for its Teal System brand
which provides innovative “cloud based” hot water to the
apartment, condominium, and hotel industries.
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