Berkshire Hathaway’s BHE GT&S, a standalone subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Energy, will have move its Richmond, Virginia headquarters to two Innsbrook office buildings that it recently bought from credit card company Capital One.
BHE GT&S paid a total of $20.75 million for 200,000 square feet of office space in buildings Knolls 4 and Knolls 5 located at 10700 and 10750 Capital One Way.
The deal closed Dec. 1.
The buildings are currently empty, and after renovation will replace the current BHE GT&S headquarters located in Reynolds Crossing. Innsbrook, a mixed-use corporate center in Central Virginia founded in 1979 and is just three minute from Richmond.
BHE GT&S operates around 5,400 miles of transmission lines in the eastern U.S and 756 bcf of total natural gas storage – with 420 bcf of working gas capacity – along with gathering, processing and field services businesses. BHE GT&S also provides a variety of LNG solutions through Pivotal LNG, its 25% operating stake in Cove Point LNG – the import, export and liquefaction facility in Lusby, Maryland – and other LNG processing and storage initiatives.
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