"PACCAR is pleased to locate its engine facility in one of the most dynamic and progressive areas in the Southeast. The Columbus site provides superb proximity to our dealers, customers and strategic supplier partners."
Mark Pigott
Chairman and CEO

Project Overview

This approximately 623,000 square foot facility comprised of a Manufacturing Building, Office and Administration Building, and Cafeteria is designed for the manufacture of new diesel truck engines. This leading-edge facility will enhance PACCAR’s integration of technology in design, engineering, and manufacturing. It will be the most technologically advanced and environmentally friendly commercial vehicle diesel engine facility in North America.

This facility manufactures 12.9-liter and 9.2-liter diesel engines for Kenworth, Peterbilt, and DAF vehicles. The company also is putting a technology center on this 400-acre site near the Golden Triangle Regional Airport.


PACCAR Engine Company


CH2M Hill Engineers, Inc.

Project Duration

12 Months

Project Size

Diesel Engine Manufacturing Plant: 623,000 SF 400 Acres


  • Manufacturing Building
  • Office and Administrative Building
  • Cafeteria
  • Technology Center

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