Michigan State University, one of the premier universities in the country, contracted with Wieland to construct the Energy and Automotive Research facility. The Mid-Michigan region has two state-of-the-art General Motors assembly operations and to support the strong automotive presence in Michigan, Michigan State took the study of automotive engineering to the next level.
The 26,000 square foot Energy and Automotive Research facility has a variety of testing labs, isolation bases, raised flooring and dynamometer rooms. The $6 million project was completed in 2006, on time and within budget.
Wieland combined its expertise of automotive and industrial facility construction with its experience with research and development to provide the university with a quality facility with a sustained lifecycle.