Luciens Manor Photovoltic Parking Canopy
Berlin, NJ United States | 2011
The Ford Motor Company of Dearborn, Michigan in an effort to support a more sustainable environment, and in cooperation of DTE Energy decided to build a parking structure and a source for solar power of their facility. The structure also allows for employees to charge their new Electric Ford Automobiles. This 150 tons of structural steel designed by Nova Consultants and Carport Structures of Oxford, Michigan was encouraged to use Hot-Dip Galvanizing to maintain a Green Environmentally friendly structure. The structure as well as the galvanizing was approved by Ford as the only way to go to maintain their effort for the environment. William Ford, Jr. (Great Grandson of Henry Ford) personally leads Fords Sustainability effort for not only their vehicles, but in all aspects of their facilities and World Headquarters.
Electrical, Utility & Communication
Dearborn, MI United States
Aesthetics, Initial Cost, Life-Cycle Cost
DTE Energy / Ford Motor Company
V&S Detroit Galvanizing LLC
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