The Baker Hughes’ original $64 million master planned regional headquarters residing on 108 acres outside of Massillon, Ohio, was designed and planned to be constructed in phases.  The initial phase of construction included a cement blending facility, a gunloading and RA calibration facility, and a combined Wireline Service and Completion Tools assembly building.  All masterplanned site improvements and utilities were installed as part of this initial phase.


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