Harley Davidson Plant Expansion

About

THIS PROJECT

The Harley-Davidson Plant Expansion encompassed three phases consisting of the North, East and South building expansions for the company’s York motorcycle factory. Harley-Davidson’s York operations includes the assembly of multiple motorcycle models, as well as parts like frames, fuel tanks and fenders.

PROJECT OVERVIEW

LOCATION:
York, Pennsylvania
Mid-Atlantic

CLIENT:
Harley-Davidson Motor Company

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70,000

SF MOTORCYCLE ASSEMBLY BUILDING

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30,000

SF SHIPPING/RECEIVING EXPANSION

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1,000,000

SQUARE FEET

Phase I of the project, the North Expansion, included the addition of a single-story, 70,000SFassembly area to the Softail plant. The new assembly area included an office facility for employees. The 75,000 SF East Expansion was a two-story, multi-use addition/renovation including:

  • Maintenance, repair and operations space
  • Shipping/receiving area
  • Meeting room
  • Learning center
  • Kitchenette and patio area
  • Cafeteria renovation
  • Office/administrative space

The final phase, the 21,000 SF South Expansion, involved renovation work and a single-story addition. The renovation completed the new employee store, security offices, and employees’ entrance to the facility, and the addition included:

  • Tour center and exhibit area
  • Office space
  • Theater
  • Retail store
  • Medical facility
  • Physical training room/fitness center

The project also included an extensive sitework package that consisted of new site utilities, employee parking lots, truck parking lots and retaining ponds. In addition, one existing stormwater pond was reworked to add a clay liner and weir wall.

Project

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Ed Schlotterback
410-337-2327
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