Mar 2024

Sugar Land, Texas, Lands $4 Million Expansion for New Frazer Headquarters

In an agreement facilitated by Sugar Land Economic Development and Tourism (SLOEDT), Frazer, the nation’s leading provider of emergency vehicles, will invest $4 million to relocate its headquarters from Houston to Sugar Land, Texas. The company will occupy a 150,000-square-foot space at 1410 Gillingham Lane and create 286 new jobs with an average annual salary of $71,000.  

“Being just minutes outside of Houston, Sugar Land has always been on our radar,” said Laura A. Griffin, CEO of Frazer. “It’s home to a growing business environment, a robust workforce, and reliable infrastructure. It’s an ideal destination for us to grow and serve our customers.” 

Frazer has provided vehicles suitable for licensing and use as mobile clinics, mobile stroke units and ambulances to fire and emergency medical services organizations nationwide for over 30 years. The company is leasing its new headquarters from CVH Capital Partners LLC, which was formerly occupied by Thermo Fisher Scientific. The two-story facility sits on a 10.65-acre fenced and landscaped site, minutes to several major roadways, including U.S. 59, and less than 30 minutes from Houston.  

SLOEDT facilitated the company’s expansion, working with Frazer’s leadership and the City of Sugar Land on various incentive and financing options. 

“We are committed to boosting our business community and empowering our workforce by fostering business relationships,” said Elizabeth Huff, executive director of economic development and tourism for SLOEDT. “Frazer’s expansion is proof of our success in this endeavor.” 

This news follows Accredo Packaging’s fourth expansion in Sugar Land, representing a $10 million investment, and SouthWest Water Company’s expansion, which created 100 new jobs. SLOEDT incentives and financing accelerated both deals.  

Located 20 minutes southwest of downtown Houston, Sugar Land is home to 12.4 million square feet of industrial/flex space, and 9.1 million square feet of office real estate.  

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