Company with Livingston County ties building $55M facility in Detroit

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan; Andra Rush, CEO and president of Dakkota Integrated Systems, LLC; and other city officials and community leaders gather to announce a plan to build a $55 million manufacturing facility to supply parts to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Photo courtesy of Detroit Economic Growth Corporation.

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The Dakkota Integrated Systems Business Development Office in Brighton.

Dakkota Integrated Systems — a joint venture between majority partner Rush Group LLC,  and auto supplier Magna International Inc. — is building a 600,000-square-foot facility on the sites of the former Detroit Kettering High School and Rose Elementary School that will supply parts to Fiat Chrysler’s east-side Detroit assembly plants.

According to a story in Crain’s Detroit Business, the new facility will cost $55 million to build, and it will create 625 jobs. You can read Crain’s story by clicking here.

The business development office of Dakkota is located at 123 Brighton Lake Road in Brighton.

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