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March 19, 2021
University of Michigan launches ‘dazzling’ HED-designed robotics facility
“Search and rescue robots that can aid first responders in disasters. Drones that can assist inspectors in building safer bridges. Prosthetic limbs that can work with the brain to restore functions for stroke victims. Self-driving cars that can save tens of thousands of lives every year.” – Alec Gallimore, Dean of Engineering at the University of Michigan

Those are just a few of the endless possibilities that will be in the works for years to come inside Michigan’s new Ford Motor Company Robotics Building. The four-story building is a $75-million, 134,000 SF complex and is the new hub of the U-M Robotics Institute. HED is proud to have provided Full-Service Architecture, Structural, Mechanical/Plumbing, and Electrical Engineering.

Read more about the new facility in University Business’ feature story below.
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