University of Michigan – Ford Motor Company Robotics Building

We are pleased to announce that Devon Industrial Group has been awarded a contract by University of Michigan to build a new four-story facility for its Ford Motor Company Robotics Lab. The delivery method is GC/Lump Sum with a contract amount that is approximately $50.4 Million.

This new four-story state-of-the-art facility is approximately 140,000 gross-square-feet and will house research and testing laboratories, associated support functions, offices and classroom space. It will also accommodate space for its corporate partner Ford Motor Company, who will co-locate collaborative research activities within the facility. The building will be constructed in an open plan design concept to allow for greater collaboration, increased flexibility, and better space utilization. Several of the key testing labs include a robot walking lab, a flight testing lab, a rehabilitation robotics lab, and labs for electronics and software development.

Project Information

Market: Higher Education
Client: University of Michigan
Location: Ann Arbor, MI
Project Size: 140,000 SF
Project Cost: $50,400,000
Project Date(s): Current – completion date 2020
Delivery System: General Contractor / Lump Sum

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