His cell phone area code is still 906, reflecting his Upper Peninsula roots, but Rob Waara’s role as chief engine engineer with the SRT Viper racing team has taken him far afield, including to the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Proving that transporting people can be both economical and environmentally friendly, Los Angeles-based SuperShuttle celebrated the unveiling of its 75th propane gas shuttle last week, with technology from Livonia-based Roush CleanTech
Roush CleanTech will unveil the next generation of propane autogas fueled Ford F250 and F350 pickup trucks next Thursday, Oct. 27.
Southern California’s City of Cypress recently added two Roush CleanTech Ford F-250 pickups fueled by propane autogas for use in administering community street work such as asphalt repairs and refuse pick up.
For the first time in the history of Roush Performance, the company will have its own dedicated headquarters as the company moves into a new building in Plymouth Township. This 65,000 square-foot structure will be […]
Who says a rolling hardware store dedicated to all things male can’t be environmentally sensitive? “Man Caves” is the longest-running and top rated build show on DIY Network. Now, as they enter their seventh season […]
San Francisco-based Ecotality Inc. (Nasdaq: ECTY) said Wednesday that Livonia’s Roush Manufacturing will begin manufacturing Ecotality’s line of Blink home and commercial electric vehicle chargers.