Technip USA Holdings Inc.

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    Franklin Street Properties Corp. has retained international real estate firm Hines to manage its three-building office portfolio in the West Houston Energy Corridor. The multi-tenant office portfolio is comprised of Energy Tower I—a 326,000-square-foot, 14-story building located at 11700 Katy Freeway; Phase I of The Offices at Park 10,

    Houston 18 February 2013 03:27
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    South 05 January 2013 02:32

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