MIDLAND, Texas – Danos, a 72-year-old oilfield service company, and Phoenix Construction broke ground for Danos’ new Permian office on February 21. Set on an 11.56-acre lot south of Interstate 20 between Midland and Odessa, the 20,245-square-foot building will house office and meeting space, training facilities and computer-based training stations. Additionally, the building will have a 12,522-square-foot shop, featuring drive-thru and crane bays, with space for fabrication, automation, instrumentation and electrical, coatings and hydro-testing work.

“In the seven years we’ve been working in the Permian, our customer base has increased, and our employee number has grown to over 500. We are committed to expanding our presence in the area, and with Phoenix’s help, our new office will position us for continued growth and success,” said Danos owner Mark Danos.

“We are excited to get this project underway, and our team is set to build a quality facility for Danos here in Midland,” said Jeff Hudson, project manager for Phoenix Construction.

The new office will consolidate multiple, existing offices for Danos in the Midland/Odessa area. Construction is expected to be completed by summer 2019.

“Partnering with Phoenix Construction has been a great decision for Danos thus far,” Danos said. “We look forward to the new opportunities [the] building will bring to Danos, our employees and our customers.”