Rycon provided CM services for this 66,000 sq. ft. three-floor fit-out for a high-tech autonomous company consisting of offices, tinker space, tech labs, prototyping area, a car workshop, and garage. As part of a massive adaptive reuse of RIDC Mill, a 178-acre named Hazelwood Green, the project was built within an existing steel superstructure, a building left to rust when the steel industry collapsed. The first floor holds a driver’s lounge, executive conference room with a massive LCD display wall, garage storage and maintenance, car wash, assembly room, and calibration garage with a built-in “car turntable”. The second floor holds a 700 sq. ft. training area with an operable partition, while the third floor features a high-end 1,400 sq. ft. cafeteria/lounge/gaming area. The RTU installation was a challenge due to its size, superstructure layout, and a concurrent solar panel installation (by others). With great coordination effort from all parties, Rycon was able to install the units on schedule, with minimal impact to the solar panel work.