The University of Houston has established Energy Research Park as part of the overall UH campus to provide facilities for a variety of uses, with primary focus on academic and research programs in energy. The 74-acre park, the former Schlumberger Oilfield Technology Center, is a master-planned, mixed use office-industrial park equipped with 16 buildings totaling approximately 692,000 square feet of space.

UH ERP will be developed for a full range of academic programs focusing on energy research, scholastic/administrative offices and commercial enterprises developed from UH research technologies. The synergistic interaction between academic programs and commercial enterprises is at the heart of the UH Energy Research Park vision.

Amenities such as on-site property management, security, on-campus food service, dining facilities and a state of the art conference center will be provided at the park to serve tenants. UH Energy Research Park will be redeveloped over the period of 2010 – 2015 and beyond.

 

As a first step, we ask that you complete a Facility Space Inquiry Questionnaire online. The Facility Space Inquiry Questionnaire requests very general information about your proposed use of space and will aid us in answering the first question: Is the proposed use a “good fit” for the available space? If the answer to this question is “yes,” we will move on to the second step of the planning process – the completion of a full proposal.