Transforming the Research & Engineering Center in Dearborn into a high-tech, efficient, forward-thinking campus for thousands of Ford designers, engineers and product development workers takes vision.
Construction continues on our Dearborn campus as we make way for our new central campus building planned near Oakwood Blvd. and Village Rd. On Monday, July 6 we will begin preliminary construction which includes drilling at the site of central campus building. As a result, you may experience noise and vibration.
Please note, that all work will occur between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday in accordance with City of Dearborn regulations for exterior construction. As always, we appreciate your support and understanding.?Questions or concerns:
Our plan calls for significant infrastructure modifications, literally rebuilding our product campus from the underground up – all while maintaining operations.
In accordance with city of Dearborn regulations, exterior construction will take place between 7a.m. and 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
All construction will be in accordance with city regulations for noise control.
As with most construction projects, there will be dust; however, we are using industry-best practices for dust mitigation.
Parking deck 400 will now be located behind Edison Park. We will limit light levels, dimming lights during evening hours with the exception of required emergency lighting.
The parking deck will be an open-air five-story structure, approximately 65 feet high with glass stair towers.
A traffic consultant has completed a study. The main arterial roads have adequate capacity to support the increased population of the Ford campuses. Interior roads will be reconfigured to address internal congestion. In addition, we expect many employees to travel less from office buildings during the day because of new technology and collaborative work environments.
Decisions on road openings and closures are determined by the city of Dearborn and Wayne County Road Commission.
Edison Park will not be affected by construction activities.