Powertrain Engineering Relocation
This project consolidated General Motor’s North American Powertrain Engineering facilities into a new facility in Pontiac, Michigan. The project relocated existing labs and upgraded equipment for operations from Torrance CA, Castleton, Warren MI, Wixom MI and Milford MI and included three new building additions for test operations, site work, new specialty fuel building, fuel tank farm expansion, CEP expansion and renovation of existing office spaces for hybrid testing and non-fueled test cells.
The project scope included programming, lab planning, adaptive reuse and rehabilitation, utility rework, industrial architecture, structural engineering, MEP engineering, lab equipment fit-up, and lab equipment relocation for the following spaces:
- Fit-up for more than 3,000 pieces of New and Relocated Equipment
- Labs: Radiosotope, e-motor build, gear lab, power electronics, R & D Electronics, coolant flow room, and components area.
- Support Functions: Test cell pallet prep, test support (mechanical room, substation room, toilet rooms/janitors closet, telecom closets stairs), barrel storage shed, emissions bench repair, and fuel pump building.
- Test Facilities: 14 Fueled Engine Cells, 6 Fueled Component Cells, and 13 Non Fueled Cells