This particular plant was the Burroughs Adding Machine Plant and it is on Haggerty Road in Plymouth, Michigan. It was designed by Albert Kahn in 1938, which is a name that figures fairly prominently on this site. There used to be a large smokestack that had "Burroughs" down the side but that was taken down at some point in the recent past.
Burroughs started in 1886 as the American Arithometer Company in St. Louis, Missouri to produce and sell an adding machine that was developed by William S. Burroughs. The name was changed to Burroughs Adding Maching Company in 1904, when the company moved to Detroit.
Soon Burroughs was developing better and more adding machines. Their most revolutionary was one that could do various business functions called the Sensimatic.
In 1953, the company changed its name to Burroughs Corporation and started to sell computers.
Unfortunately, Burroughs could never quite catch up to IBM and in 1986, it merged with Sperry and was renamed to Unisys.
Burroughs did have a number of inovations in computing and supposedly the Pentium is based on the architecture of some of their machines from the 70's. I believe this was the same Burroughs 7800 that I used to play Star Trek on.