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Monday, March 17, 2014
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GM Breaks Ground on Ghafari-Designed Reduced-Scale Wind Tunnel

General Motors broke ground on a $30 million reduced-scale wind tunnel, an expansion to the aerodynamic testing facility at its Technical Center campus in Warren, Michigan. The 32,000 square foot facility, designed by Ghafari, will increase GM’s reduced-scale testing capacity by 50% and full-scale testing capacity by 25%. With this project, GM aims to improve its test capabilities and support of aerodynamic development.

Ghafari took part in the groundbreaking ceremony, represented by Executive Vice President Mike Neville.

Project leadership, including Ghafari Executive VP Mike Neville (fourth from left), at the groundbreaking
Project leadership, including Ghafari Executive VP Mike Neville (fourth from left), at the groundbreaking