Detroit EV Tech Company Vehya Partners with Center Line Electric, Siwek Construction

Vehya, a Detroit-based electric vehicle industry digital platform, has partnered with Center Line Electric and Siwek Construction in Flint to create a streamlined EV installation solution for large infrastructure projects.
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A partnership between Vehya, Center Line Electric, and Siwek Construction is designed to create a streamlined large-scale EV installation solution. // Courtesy of Vehya
A partnership between Vehya, Center Line Electric, and Siwek Construction is designed to create a streamlined large-scale EV installation solution. // Courtesy of Vehya

Vehya, a Detroit-based electric vehicle industry digital platform, has partnered with Center Line Electric and Siwek Construction in Flint to create a streamlined EV installation solution for large infrastructure projects.

Vehya alone works with cities, automotive companies, and other businesses to supply, install, and service the infrastructure needed for the full adoption of electric vehicles. The partnership will work together to deliver a full spectrum of services including full-scale electrical infrastructure services and installation, asset maintenance and monitoring, and local workforce and community engagement.

“This partnership with industry leaders in construction and electrical infrastructure will further enable Vehya to offer a turn-key EV solution to large-scale infrastructure projects,” says Will McCoy, founder and CEO of Vehya. “We look forward to working together to build the future of EV technology in Michigan and across the country.”

Siwek Construction will be responsible for construction and project management.

“We are not only excited to join forces with two great companies in Vehya and Center Line Electric, but to be a part of the leadership and innovation in this space, especially with the center of the EV industry taking shape in the state of Michigan,” says Bryce Moe, president of Siwek Construction.

Center Line Electric, with more than six decades of experience in delivering electrical services and projects, will provide electrical expertise and leadership needed for electrical projects.

“With this strategic partnership, we will deliver a turn-key solution to the market, driving economic return and high-performing EV infrastructure for our clients along with the markets and communities they serve,” says Kelvin Squires, owner and CEO of Center Line Electric.

The three companies anticipate multiple large-scale projects to commence in the fourth quarter of this year with strong demand for the foreseeable future.

To learn more about Vehya and this partnership, visit vehya.com.

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