Toyota Plant PE Office Building

Devon Industrial Group (DIG) served as construction manager-at-risk for this new Prototype Warehouse building at the Toyota Motor Engineering and Manufacturing North America (TEMA) Technical Center. TEMA relocated and consolidated Prototype development from two campuses in Livonia and Plymouth to the new facility in York Township, Michigan. The project site is approximately 10 acres located on the northeastern portion of the TTC York site adjacent to an existing 1 story building (safety test facility, also construction by DIG). Site Development for the project included surface parking, access roads, pedestrian paths, landscape, utility extensions, storm water management, and site lighting. The new building  includes a 230,000 SF plant area and a 30,000 SF office space. The facility houses approximately 75 employees and a variable work force (VWF) of another 90 employees with supporting amenities for collaboration and conferencing.

Project Information

Market: Automotive
Client: Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America
Location: York Township, MI
Project Size: 651,000 SF
Project Cost: $65,000,000
Project Date(s): Pre-construction January 2015-December 2015; Construction July 2015-December 2016
Delivery System: Construction Management
Special Remarks: LEED Platinum Version 4

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