Moving Dirt in Michigan

September 6, 2016 - Author: Chris Arnold, Managing Director, ACS Michigan

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Last week was a special one for me and for ACS; we started moving dirt on our first turnkey greenfield site in Michigan – a 35,000 square foot research and development facility. When complete it will house an engine test cell, a 4WD chassis test cell, a multitude of component test areas, prototype facilities, and office and support areas for the staff of a manufacturer of OEM automotive parts.

It was special for me because it’s been a little more than three years since I started working at ACS. We’ve had lots of “wins” to date, including renovations and upgrades to test facilities and equipment solutions for engine, powertrain, and chassis applications. We opened an office in Troy, added local staff, and we continue to work on exciting projects every day. I’m humbled to have the opportunity to work with some of the most innovative companies in the world, each project different from the last.

Now, I can’t wait for the next one!

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