Hogue Industrial Park will soon have a new tenant after contracts were signed last week for 100 acres
north of the tract purchased last year by Halliburton, according to a Lubbock realtor who worked on the deal.
Rob Campbell, a broker with Remax Commercial in Lubbock, told the Brownfield News that the land has sold inside the 900-acre industrial park north of the city. Houston-based U.S. Sand has purchased the tract and plans to begin construction soon on the facility to offload frack sands.
Campbell said the site will border Halliburton’s northern side and stretches from the railroad tracks on
the east side to the highway on the west side. The deal has been finalized, he said.
Company officials could not be reached for comment, but Brownfield Industrial Development director
David Partlow said it is a good addition to the park and Brownfield.
“This is what we have anticipated since this park was announced and Halliburton made their purchase,”
Partlow said. “That other businesses would follow suit and want to be near Halliburton kind of like a big department store is an anchor in a mall. I think its great news and I think others will follow.”
Plans for the 100 acres could include a rail loop that would allow trains to exit the main track and deposit their carloads in the yard.
Campbell said other possible purchases inside the industrial park have not been finalized, but there are
talks between interested parties. “A lot depends on the price of oil, but I still think we
will see more growth out there,” he said. “It’s a great location with rail and highway access.”