The Battery Active Materials (BAM-2) Manufacturing Campus

The Battery Active Materials (BAM-2) facility will begin with two large-scale manufacturing modules, each capable of delivering 2,000 tons per year of SCC55™. The production lines for the two initial modules are expected to come online and begin manufacturing SCC55™ for customers in 2024. Built to run on renewable energy in the form of Washington State’s abundant hydropower, the factory is expected to be part of a larger Group14 campus, comprising at least six modules, as the company looks to continue to expand its footprint in Moses Lake. The 1M-sf campus will be home to the world’s largest factory of advanced silicon battery materials for EV programs to meet global decarbonization targets. The project consists of a new industrial site development in Moses Lake, WA. The site will consist of parking, a guard shack, Central Utility Plant (CUP), nitrogen production and storage, medium voltage distribution (above and below grade), two modular manufacturing buildings, and provisions for four future Modular manufacturing buildings, and site work.

Project Info

Project Name

The Battery Active Materials (BAM-2) Manufacturing Campus

Category

Completion

2024

City

Moses Lake, WA

Owner

Clayco Construction

General Contractor

Group 14 Technologies

Delivery Method

Design-Assist

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