FloWorks International, a Houston-based supplier of stainless steel pipes and couplings, broke ground in a September 2015 ceremony. The 41-acre development is part of a 121.6-acre reinvestment zone the City of Pearland created in 2012 to encourage industrial development along the Main Street corridor. The estimated $18 million development will be furnished with a pipe laydown yard and a 220,000 sq. ft. tilt wall warehouse and fabricating facility. Landev was responsible for designing water, sanitary, storm sewer collection, two storm water detention ponds connected by a drainage channel, laydown yards, and parking facilities. The project consists of 208,000 square feet of office and manufacturing space, an 8.5-acre detention basin with a pump station, and two access driveways. Once the building envelope is finalized, the contractor will tie the site pavement into the existing asphalt road, connecting with State Highway 35.