Clark / Roncelli Contractors
WARREN, MI - The structural steel being used to construct the new General Motors Vehicle Engineering Center (VEC) is recycled from scrapped automobiles, bringing a sound environmental practice full cycle for the global transportation leader. The recycled steel for the new 960,000-sq. ft. eight-story tower at the Warren Technical Center in Southeast Michigan includes steel for beams, columns, joists and girders, studs, and metal deck. The A572 reinforcing steel for the VEC is produced through an electric arc furnace process that uses virtually 100% recycled steel.