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New Partnership Members in July

Published Aug 18, 2021 by Julia McGowen

The Greater Houston Partnership welcomed 14 new member companies in the month of July. The Partnership works to connect companies with resources, information and networking opportunities to help increase business while also providing a platform to influence the direction of the region. 

New members joining in the month of July include:

High Standards Technology High Standards Technology helps small to mid-size businesses increase profitability by providing comprehensive enterprise level managed IT services at affordable prices. Website

Onset Technologies Onset Technologies is made up of experienced IT professionals based in Houston, TX that have the similar passion of providing The Right IT Services to Customers. Website

EOSOL EOSOL is a group of engineering services companies with a presence in more than 40 countries in the Energy, Industry, Automotive, Building and Infrastructure, Telecommunications, Aerospace and Defense sectors. EOSOL was founded in Spain in 2008 and first opened their office in Houston in 2020. Website

Centre Technologies Centre Technologies is a full-service IT consulting and managed services provider headquartered in Texas, with a focus on mid-sized businesses. As a trusted IT partner for well over a decade, Centre is recognized for its local experience and enterprise-grade cloud and cybersecurity solutions. Centre is committed to helping organizations harness the power of technology to maximize their operational efficiency and exceed their business goals. Website

CP International, Inc. CP International, Inc. (CPI) is a Texas corporation established in 1999 as a major supplier specializing in petroleum and petrochemical materials, equipment and technology to the U.S. and Mexico energy market. Website

Lloyd Engineering, Inc. LEI is a premier engineering design, construction management, and environmental services consultant that specializes in port and harbor facilities, industrial, structural, and civil engineering projects. LEI provides personalized services to our clients. Each client receives their full and undivided attention. Website

Alchemy Tech Group Alchemy Technology Group is an industry-leading IT advisory, consulting and reseller firm focused on transformational excellence. Website

Turner Construction Established in 1968, the Turner Houston office is a full-service construction operation focusing on commercial, institutional, educational, and interiors projects. Website

Kailee Mills Foundation Kailee Mills Foundation’s mission is to reduce fatality and injury resulting from non-seat belt use through awareness, education, and community involvement. Website

Riverway Title Provides title insurance, underwriting and closing services for the commercial and residential real estate companies. Riverway Title is a privately owned Houston based company. Website

Quest Diagnostics Inc. Quest Diagnostics Inc. serves as the leading clinical lab offering routine tests such as cholesterol checks, Pap smears, HIV screenings, and alcohol tests. It also performs clinical trials and esoteric testing. Website

ROSEN USA Engineering/services to energy, mfg, process, mining & transportation headquartered in Switzerland. Website

Amazon Web Services Amazon Web Services is a subsidiary of Amazon providing on-demand cloud computing platforms and APIs to individuals, companies, and governments, on a metered pay-as-you-go basis. Website

EOG Resources, Inc. Among the largest independent (nonintegrated) oil and gas companies in the United States, engaged in exploration, marketing and production of natural gas and crude oil. Website

Click here to see the Partnership's Membership Directory.

To learn more about membership with the Greater Houston Partnership click here, or contact membership@houston.org.

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