In June, Volta Power Systems will move into a new 30,000-square-foot high-end manufacturing facility in Holland, Mich., that includes a 15,000-square-foot manufacturing space. According to a press release Lakewood Construction is breaking ground on construction this week.
Currently, Volta Power Systems operates a 10,000-square-foot facility in Holland. The company noted that the move was in response to the need for additional flexible manufacturing space to support growth.
“With the rapid growth of our business in the RV, work truck and marine industries, we identified last year the need for additional space,” said Jack Johnson, CEO of Volta Power Systems. “We are excited for the opportunities the new space will provide, and we’re thankful for the thoughtful and strategic approach Lakewood Construction has taken toward finding us the right solution.”
The new facility will feature two loading docks, high-efficiency LED lighting, natural lighting throughout and electrostatic discharge, reduced static flooring designed for safe electrical manufacturing work.
While Volta will initially fill half of the new space, there is an additional 15,000 square feet available for another tenant or to facilitate future growth. Lakewood Construction has also master planned the site with an additional 30,000 square feet when needed.
Volta will utilize 3,000 square feet of the space for offices with the remainder dedicated to manufacturing and fulfillment of its advanced energy storage systems.