Mitsubishi Motors North America

Manufacturing, Fueling, & Parking Facility

Mitsubishi Motors North America

Manufacturing, Fueling, & Parking Facility

Mitsubishi Motors North America

Manufacturing, Fueling, & Parking Facility
PROJECT OVERVIEW

Mitsubishi Motors North America

Manufacturing, Fueling, & Parking Facility

As the preferred Development and Construction Management Consultant to Mitsubishi Motors North America,      Pro-Ject International served on various projects at the 636 acre Diamond-Star manufacturing plant, which included a 60,000 SF, single story automobile manufacturing facility, a multi station automobile refueling facility, and forensic investigations and determination of the root cause of the pavement condition failure and the recommended solutions for corrective work to the 100-acre automobile inventory parking facility.

MITSUBISHI MOTORS NORTH AMERICA

Project Details

LocationBloomington, Illinois

ClientMitsubishi Motors

Project TypeManufacturing

Land Size636 Acres

Facility Square Footage60,000

MITSUBISHI MOTORS NORTH AMERICA

Project Activities

The following activities were completed on behalf of Pro-ject International in order to facilitate the completion of Mitsubishi Motors North America’s Manufacturing, Fueling, and Parking Facility:

Design Preparation
Construction Budget Preparation
Construction Schedules
Procurement of Design Professionals
Construction Procurement
Design Coordination
Permitting & Approvals
Budget Administration
Schedule Administration
Vendor Financial Administration
INDUSTRIAL, MANUFACTURING, & WAREHOUSE FACILITIES

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