City Council Approves New Facility For Kasper Machine Company

Posted by – Steve Cohen, Director of Community Development

On May 21st, the Auburn Hills City Council authorized the construction of a new 33,520 square foot facility for Kasper Machine Company.  The company specializes in the fabrication and refurbishment of large custom machine tools.

Rendering of the building viewed from I-75

The $5 million project will be built on a 4.63 acre site located between I-75 and Atlantic, west of Giddings Road.  Kasper selected this property for their new location because of its prominence along the I-75 corridor and Auburn Hills’ reputation for fostering business growth.

Site location

Illustrated site plan

Construction on the project is expected to begin in July with completion anticipated by Spring 2019.

Kasper Machine Company Proposes New $5 Million Facility

Posted by – Steve Cohen, Director of Community Development

We’re pleased to report that a development application has been submitted to the City of Auburn Hills by Cunningham-Limp to construct a new 33,520 square foot facility for Kasper Machine Company.  The $5 million project is proposed on a 4.63 acre site located between I-75 and Atlantic Boulevard, west of Giddings Road.

Rendering of the building viewed from I-75

Kasper is a subsidiary of IMS Deltamatic and the Coeclerici Group.  They fabricate and refurbish custom machine tools utilized by automotive and similar industries.  Their highly technical process will require both skilled engineers and technicians to be employed at the building.

Illustrated site plan

Those interested in learning more about this proposal are encouraged to attend the Planning Commission meeting scheduled for Wednesday, May 9th at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber at City Hall.  A final decision on the application is anticipated by the City Council on Monday, May 21st.

If approved by the City Council, construction would begin in July 2018 with completion anticipated by Spring 2019.