MOUNT PLEASANT — On Wednesday,
Foxconn Technology Group and its construction manager, Gilbane |
Exyte began the concrete foundations and footing pour for the
988,999-square-foot Generation 6 Fabrication manufacturing facility
at the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park in Wisconsin.
The cement pouring started a little less than a year after the
ceremonial groundbreaking for the park.
In the coming weeks and months, thousands of trucks will pour
approximately 65,000 cubic yards of concrete at Pad A of Area 1,
helping create the first and only thin-film-transistor
liquid-crystal display advanced manufacturing facility in North
America, according to the announcement.