Located on an urban site in the Strip District “Robotics Row”, this adaptive reuse consisted of converting a 54,000 sq. ft. warehouse into a new LEED Certified Class A creative and technical office, research/development, and workshop space. Previously the home of a wagon factory, foundry, and distillery, the space now holds tenants within the robotics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and autonomous manufacturing technology sectors. Delivered under a GMP, the scope included a new façade, sidewalk, parking lot, and masonry restoration. Interiors consisted of complete demolition and build-out, loading docks and ramps, a 10,000 sq. ft. warehouse option, new mechanical equipment, plumbing fixtures, lighting, and telecommunication. The work included an interior blast-proof vault room to house a utility company’s transformer.