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  • Devon Energy Center

    Devon’s new world headquarters serves as a focal point for the company and for Oklahoma City.

  • ExxonMobil Energy Center

    The iconic jewel of the campus, the Energy Center is designed to embody the company's commitment to leading technology and engineering while showcasing its heritage, people and leadership.

  • Eaton House

    Located in the historic D4 district of Dublin, Eaton House has been designed to serve as the corporation’s new global headquarters. Built predominately during the early 19th century, the Georgian neighborhood has, over time, evolved into a rich tapestry of residential and commercial buildings. The site enjoys the historic context and charm of the neighborhood as well as close proximity to parks, retail shops, international businesses, and embassies. 

  • ExxonMobil Office Complex

    Master planned and designed by Pickard Chilton, ExxonMobil’s new office complex within the 385-acre wooded site brings together 10,000 employees from across a variety of locations in both greater Houston and nationally.

  • Eighth Avenue Place

    Eighth Avenue Place, Canada’s first and North America’s second LEED-CS Platinum high-rise, covers nearly an entire city block in downtown Calgary, a growing and increasingly cosmopolitan city.

  • CalPERS Headquarters Complex

    The new California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) Headquarters Complex is a mixed-use development integrating 550,000 square feet of commercial office space, 25,000 square feet of retail space, 180,000 square feet of housing and below-grade parking for 1,000 cars.

  • Eaton Center

    Nestled on the crest of a 53-acre site, Eaton's new corporate complex in the Cleveland suburb of Beachwood offers employees and visitors panoramic views of the surrounding woodland as well as downtown Cleveland and Lake Erie beyond.

  • Reagan National Airport

    The North Terminal of National Airport—now familiar to millions of visitors to, and natives of, the national capital area—evokes the grace of flight itself; its cascading roof vaults the color of the sky.