GM Delta Township
Breaking Barriers with Design-Build and Technology-Based Planning.
General Motors has been a leading transportation company in the U.S. for more than 100 years and produces nearly eight million cars, SUVs, and trucks every year. The company’s Lansing Delta Township is a 2.4 million s.f. project on a large campus.
- LocationLansing, MI
- Square Footage2,400,000 s.f.
- Operational18 months
This project included five major buildings interconnected by an elevated conveyor trestle. Gray’s role was that of a design-build integration manager tasked with organizing, coordinating, and facilitating the total design-build team’s interaction and alignment to lean construction methodology and the design-build approach.
This was the first design-build project for GM Global and the first project in which the company integrated Triforma 3D and BIM. In addition to leading the design process, Gray also was essential in helping GM pursue and achieve LEED Gold certification for this project.
Process & Packaging Systems Engineering
Automation & Controls
Custom equipment Ovens & cookers Process skids Batching equipment Clean-in-place systems Bioreactors Extruders Distributed products Mixers & blenders