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LHP Engineering Solutions Repurposes Pontiac, Michigan, Engineering Center

LHP Engineering Solutions, a company that provides engineering and technology solutions, plans to repurpose its existing engineering center in Pontiac, Michigan. The $3.8 million project is expected to create 100 high-wage jobs.

The facility, which will be repurposed into an electric vehicle, autonomous and advanced driver assistance system test lab, will focus on development of advanced engineering training, autonomous vehicle training, and EV controls engineering training.

The project will be supported with a $500,000 Jobs Ready Michigan performance-based grant. Michigan was chosen for the project over competing sites in California and Indiana.

“On behalf of Mayor Deirdre Waterman and the city of Pontiac, we are excited to extend congratulations to LHP Engineering Solutions, Inc. on their expansion and welcome them to Pontiac,” said Pontiac Economic and Community Development Director Linnette Phillips. “We are pleased that their expansion includes 100 new jobs and $3.8 million in capital investment. Also, we especially acknowledge the MEDC for more than $1 million in incentives to further support this initiative.”

LHP is the thought leader, innovator and solution provider for the next generation of automotive functional safety and security challenges. Since 2001 the company has provided engineering services and technology integration for embedded controls, telematics, data analytics, and model-based design.

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