Fairfax Assembly & Stamping Plant (GM) - Kansas City, KS

Location: 3201 Fairfax Trafficway
Kansas City , Kansas. 66115 United States
Year Opened: 1987
Facility Size: Site Area: 572 Acres / Manufacturing Area under Roof: 95 Acres / Floor Space: Manufacturing: 4,900,000 sq. ft. / Admin/Mezzanine: 187,948 sq. ft.


The General Motors Fairfax Assembly & Stamping Plant has been producing World Class Quality vehicles in the Kansas City area since 1945. Fairfax Assembly was the first industrial facility to operate as a dual-purpose manufacturer producing both automobiles and jet fighters in the same building. The present facility, constructed in 1985, has received numerous awards, including North American Car of the Year for the Chevrolet Malibu, as well as earning a top safety rating by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and J.D. Power recognition in multiple categories. In addition to the industry awards, the plant has received several capital investments, helping to make it the largest employer in the Kansas City Metro area. The plant workforce is represented by UAW Local 31 and currently manufactures the Chevrolet Malibu. Since 1945, more than 12 million vehicles have been built at Fairfax.

Project Related Experience

Quality Control

Design/build direct hire and subcontract administration for turnkey facilities required to construct a port railroad and mines facilities to extract coal in Colombia South America. Responsible for all QA.

Project Management

CM and direct hire services provided for 4 Million sqft of manufacturing facilities.


Oversight of budgets and project controls systems.

Bid & Award

Successfully bid and awarded subcontracts.


Prepared strategies for procurement and phasing.