Charlotte North CarolinaGeneral Motors is set to open a new technical center near Charlotte, North Carolina. This location will give GM the opportunity to expand and enhance its support for Chevrolet NASCAR race teams and other GM racing teams.  Roll-Off Dumpster Direct in Charlotte, NC is supplying dumpsters to this construction site to help with the site.

This 75,000-square-foot facility is located in Concord, North Carolina, off of the interstate-85 and less than 10 miles from Charlotte Motor Speedway.

According to GM’s press release, “The facility will expand GM’s performance and racing capabilities, with a focus on transferring knowledge and resources from the racing programs to core vehicle engineering. The goal for the Charlotte Technical Center is to eventually house future technology and engineering development capabilities.”

“We’re thrilled to expand GM’s U.S. footprint by establishing a greater presence in Charlotte, a community that has become a racing and engineering mecca,” said Jim Campbell, Chevrolet U.S. vice president of Performance and Motorsports. 

 This new technical center will provide an opportunity to recruit potential GM employees from the growing pool of technical talent in the Charlotte area. 

We are excited to be able to supply the dumpsters for this exciting project. For more information, read the press release.

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