Where the Phillips 66 HQ Soccer Field Has Been Hiding All This Time

Previously visible only to airplanes, drones, satellite-image sleuths, and Phillips 66 employees on sufficiently high floors of their adjacent offices: the soccer field with encircling track and enclosing fence pictured here atop the energy company’s parking garage, with Beltway 8 in the background. An additional artificial-turf practice area exists off camera to the left.

Phillips 66’s campus was completed last year at 2331 CityWest Blvd., along the Beltway at Westheimer, and includes 2 office towers as well as the parking center. The main office buildings sport their own recreational facilities: a yoga studio, spin workout hall, basketball court, and outdoor putting green.


Photos: Swamplot inbox (first), HOK (second and third)

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  • We’ve been able to see this field from the nearby SABIC offices on city west this year and are pretty jealous.

  • I bet that sounded like a much better idea when oil was $100+/barrel

  • I wonder how many employees actually use this field, and how often it is used.

  • ^ I hear they play games 3-4 times a week and P66 is a downstream company. They make money from crack spreads, not price per barrel of oil like an upstream company. You guys’ comments imply jealously and display that you both do not have knowledge of the subject.

  • @bocepus – P66 is a down stream operator. They’re actually helped by lower oil prices.