An alternative to ride-sharing apps, Turo is a car rental platform that allows you to share cars with people in your community. As the organization expanded, Turo chose a historical building for their high-tech company, taking over three full floors at 111 Sutter. The age of the building presented a few challenges including poor floor conditions and asbestos tile that had to be removed on each floor. Even with a shortened schedule, the team was able to pull off the build, delivering dynamic office spaces that include conference rooms, open work areas, and sound-proof phone booths on each floor. Now the Turo team has a workplace that is as collaborative and innovative as their car-sharing community.