GM Tech Center Becomes National Historic Landmark
General Motors‘ Technical Center in Warren, Michigan is now a National Historic Landmark.
As of today, a 5-foot-tall, 1,200-pound bethel white granite marker celebrates the distinction which was, in part, bestowed upon the Center because of it’s connection to famed architect Eero Saarinen to designed the facility.
“When the GM Tech Center was dedicated in 1956, it was the pinnacle of engineering, design and advance technology,” Reuss said. “We recently announced a $1 billion investment that will bring new construction, significant renovation and 2,600 new jobs to the campus,” he said. The expansion of the Tech Center will continue his original design style.