By on October 31, 2014

2011 GMC Acadia Denali

General Motors is gearing up to spend $63 million on expanding its Lansing Delta Township plant — home of the GMC Acadia, Buick Enclave and Chevrolet Traverse — as part of an overall $300 million improvement plan involving the automaker’s Michigan properties.

The expansion will add 263,000 square feet in total to the 3.4 million square-foot plant, which first opened in 2006. The footage will be split into three pieces, with over 181,000 square feet going to the body shop to accommodate new robots and lean flexible tooling; 54,000 square feet to the paint shop for usage of improved body sealers and coatings; and 28,000 square feet for general assembly.

The investment is the second put into the plant since opening; Lansing Delta received $37 million in 2010 for tooling and equipment “to enhance the plant’s manufacturing capabilities.”

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