Halliburton Energy Services has purchased a 14,000-square-foot industrial building in Oxnard for $1.8 million.
The seller of the building, on three acres of land at 1025 S. Rose Ave., was Santa Clara Seed Co.
Halliburton, a Delaware corporation, provides contract oil field-related services worldwide.
The company will be consolidating two facilities into the larger Rose Avenue building, which will be used for offices, services staging, equipment, warehousing and yard storage.
Santa Clara Seed is moving to 2100 Eastman Ave. in Oxnard. It will use its new facility, which it leased from Westridge Management Co., for seed storage and distribution for area operations.
NAI Capital Commercial represented both parties in the Halliburton sale.