AIRPORTS MAKE TOP 10
George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) and William P. Hobby (HOU) airports again ranked in the Top 10 airports for their size groups according to the J.D. Power 2019 North America Airport Satisfaction Study. IAH ranked No. 9 among mega-airports with a score of 764 out of 1,000, and Hobby ranked No. 10 among large airports with a score of 785. The study measures overall traveler satisfaction by examining six factors: terminal facilities; airport accessibility; security check; baggage claim; check-in/baggage check; food and beverage and retail. Now in its 13th year, the study is based on responses from 40,183 North America travelers who passed through at least one domestic airport and covers both departure and arrival experiences (including connecting airports) during the past three months.
CAT 5 DAIQUIRI
The owner of Cat 5 Hurricane Daiquiri is none other than Steve, one of the owners of a favorite Mexican restaurant in Porter, La Casita. Cat 5 Hurricane Daiquiri is a drive-through daiquiri shack servicing Porter and offers a variety of alcoholic drinks made from the finest spirits. They offer daiquiris and jello shots on the go. Cat 5 opened Oct. 23.
TECH CENTER OPENS
Community members recently attended the San Jacinto College State of the College and Center for Petrochemical, Energy and Technology grand opening at the San Jacinto College Central Campus. The grand opening ceremony revealed LyondellBasell as the facility’s naming rights partner, honoring the company’s generous $5 million donation. The cutting-edge training facility is located at the college’s Central Campus, placing it square in the heart of the largest petrochemical manufacturing complex in the U.S., where 90 companies operate 132 plants within a 13-mile radius of the college’s new facility.
AIR 59 LOGISTICS CENTER READY FOR TENANTS
The developers behind a massive 685,400-square-foot logistics center, which is part of a new industrial park in Humble, have announced the building has been completed and is ready for tenant improvements. The new building, dubbed the Air 59 Logistics Center, is designed to serve as a distribution center and is located at the intersection of Will Clayton Pkwy. and U.S. Highway 59. Its features include cross-dock configuration, 40-foot clear height, 65-foot staging bays, four drive-in ramps, 180-foot truck courts and 242 trailer parking spaces.