Educational & Community Facilities
We are a steadfast supporter of various local educational institutions. We are committed to maintaining and improving the quality of education in our community while expanding learning opportunities for the families who live here.
Artesia Public Library
Concho donated to create a state-of-the art collaborative learning space located in downtown Artesia, New Mexico. This modern library supports life-long learning and strengthens community by bringing people, information and ideas together.
Concho played a large part in the development of a local campus for children and adults with special needs to have a place to learn, play, and grow.
Concho has been instrumental in the renovation of downtown Midland's Centennial Park through donations and leadership on the Midland Downtown Park Conservancy. The park amenities include a performance stage, splash pad, dog park and play ground.
City of Midland (COM) Aquatics
Concho’s contribution helped make the new natatorium a phenomenal health and wellness center that supports all ages, fitness and skill levels in the community.
We funded the Fasken Park renovation in Midland to support neighborhood play and community gathering.
Concho is a cornerstone sponsor of Friendship Park in Carlsbad, New Mexico. This handicapped accessible play area is designed for families with special physical needs to allow all children to play together in a meaningful environment.
Concho supported a building remodel and expansion to support the students’ specialized learning needs in a nurturing environment.
Midland Independent School District
We are very invested in Midland’s public school system. We believe recruiting and retaining quality educators is key to MISD's success and therefore the success of the Permian Basin region. We also host an annual Concho Career Day so that students can learn about the many job and career opportunities available to them in the oil and gas industry.
Permian Basin Petroleum Museum
Concho contributed to the PBPM’s 40,000-square-foot renovation, which serves as an oil and gas educational resource for museum visitors while providing science and technology classes to area school children.