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The automotive industry moves quickly. From conception to launch requires the shortest delivery time possible to keep up with market demand. That’s why nearly all the major automotive companies have turned to Luckett & Farley’s deep bench of experienced architects and engineers to deliver on a fast track schedule. Our Building Information Modeling expertise also makes Luckett & Farley the choice of the top auto manufacturers in the world.
Luckett & Farley is Q-1 Certified by the Ford Motor Company and our experience extends to manufacturing plants and their suppliers across the country. In addition to design services, we also provide construction management and/or on-site project representatives for projects such as site design, expansions, stamping plants, assembly lines, upgrades and modifications, office renovations, training facilities and other projects in plants for the following companies: Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Saturn, Toyota, Honda, KIA and such Tier 1 suppliers as Aisin Automotive, Martinrea, Jaytec, TKS Industrial, HK Systems and Visteon Automotive.
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American car companies and A/E firms have one thing in common. People. Sure, there are probably a few other things they have in common. They both build and design objects that shape our lives, but I would argue that it’s the value they place on their employees that brings them together. I recently visited the [more...]
Sometimes in a project meeting an architect finds himself on the receiving end of criticism, whether he/she legitimately deserves it or not. It’s just part of the job. Now, how he/she chooses to respond to it reveals the character and integrity of the architect – which ultimately may determine how long he’s in business. So [more...]
Have you ever considered making drastic improvements to your facility? I’m talking about the kind of improvements that update facility infrastructure, improve efficiency, and provide greater flexibility in order to grow and adapt to the ever-changing economy of your market. Recently Ford Motor Company’s Louisville Assembly Plant started full production on the new Ford Escape. [more...]
Hitch in the Giddy Up What do you mean there are no catch basins in the entire parking lot?! This predicament at the Ford Louisville Assembly Plant (LAP) was more than troubling to a Luckett & Farley engineer. It was puzzling. So then how does —? You mean all the rain just —? And so [more...]
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