Devon Industrial Group (DIG) served as construction manager-at-risk on an office building expansion to the existing research and development facility.
The 130,000-square-foot, three-story expansion houses mixed-use facilities to support the relocation of TEMA’s purchasing and supplier engineering teams. The new construction will feature 100,000 square feet of office space and a 30,000 square foot supplier center.
The expanded office buildin accommodates 385 employees with supporting amenities for collaboration and conferencing. TEMA has set a sustainability expectation for the office building expansion to obtain LEED Platinum certification. To support the LEED goals, DIG constructed a storm water harvesting system onsite, installed photovoltaic panels to accommodate solar power and installed a field of geothermal wells to support climate control inside the new building, among other sustainability efforts.
Client: Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America
Location: York Township, MI
Project Size: 130,000 SF
Project Cost: $42,000,000
Project Date(s): September 2015 – February 2016
Delivery System: Construction Management
Special Remarks: LEED Platinum Version 4
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