ProSep invests in new headquarters

ProSep, which was recently acquired by PWA Inc., is investing over $2 million dollars in a new headquarters and laboratory in Houston, Texas.
The oil, gas and water process separation company has purchased two new sites in Northwest Place Industrial Park in Houston. Both locations total approximately 28, 000 square feet. Levey Group, which is the developer and landlord of Northwest place, has hired KMR Construction as the contractors for the new building. The laboratory construction was all designed by New Jersey’s Lab Design.

The company has developed a lifecycle range of technologies to help operators manage their process streams, enhance performance and meet strict regulatory requirements. It is also looking to expand its operations across North America, South America, the Middle East, Europe and Asia Pacific.

Neil Poxon, CEO of ProSep has commented, “The launch of our new headquarters and brand identity signals a bold new era for ProSep in which we intend to grow and cement our position as the global leader for oil, gas and water separation. We are off to a fantastic start this year with $13.5 million global contracts secured.”

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