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TRC’s campus at the intersection of Camp Springs Drive and Mistletoe Lane is a pristine example of the area’s industrial heritage. Originally a chemical processing plant dating back to the 1920s, it was converted into a tank farm and storage facility in the 1940s. After several owners, it is currently owned and managed by Rohr Corporation, Inc., a company that manufactures energy efficiency products and a leader in sustainable technology development.

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Milt Dunlop, Sr. Vice President and Jeffrey Sprague, COO have been on the scene with TRC since EcoCAR2 last visited Seattle Washington, in March 2013. They’ve been following the progress of the EcoCAR competition through the whole process from attending the news conference and drivers meetings, to bidding the various engineering competitions and participating in the Grand Show event.

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Milt and Jeffrey Dunlop have also spent plenty of time meeting with teams preparing for the testing event and putting together their entries for judging.

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Milt Dunlop, Sr. VP and Jeffrey Sprague, COO have been on the scene with TRC since EcoCAR2 last visited Seattle Washington, in March 2013. They’ve been following the progress of the EcoCAR competition through the whole process from attending the news conference and drivers meetings, to bidding the various engineering competitions and participating in the Grand Show event.

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Milt Dunlop, Sr. VP and Jeffrey Sprague, COO have been on the scene with TRC since EcoCAR2 last visited Seattle Washington, in March 2013. They’ve been following the progress of the EcoCAR competition through the whole process from attending the news conference and drivers meetings, to bidding the various engineering competitions and participating in the Grand Show event.

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Milt Dunlop, Sr. VP and Jeffrey Sprague, COO have been on the scene with TRC since EcoCAR2 last visited Seattle Washington, in March 2013. They’ve been following the progress of the EcoCAR competition through the whole process from attending the news conference and drivers meetings, to bidding the various engineering competitions and participating in the Grand Show event.

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Milt Dunlop, Sr. VP and Jeffrey Sprague, COO have been on the scene with TRC since EcoCAR2 last visited Seattle Washington, in March 2013. They’ve been following the progress of the EcoCAR competition through the whole process from attending the news conference and drivers meetings, to bidding the various engineering competitions and participating in the Grand Show event.

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“This has been a learning experience for TRC,” said Milt Dunlop, Sr. VP and Jeffrey Sprague, COO. “To participate in such a large competition, and to be involved at every stage, was a unique opportunity for TRC and the RCR Teams. We look forward to furthering our partnership with EcoCAR 2, and with the EcoCAR Formula E Challenge.”

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The EcoCAR competition is a three-year, global event created and organized by General Motors, EcoMotors, and others to build the next generation of environmentally-friendly transportation. In the end, the EcoCAR Formula E Challenge will produce 15 street-legal electric vehicles to compete on the Formula E racetrack in September. For more information on EcoCAR 2 visit www.ecocar.com. For more information about EcoCAR 2 visit www.ecocar.com

wrc-sprinklers_updated

Milt Dunlop, Sr. Vice President and Jeffrey Sprague, COO have been on the scene with TRC since EcoCAR2 last visited Seattle Washington, in March 2013. They’ve been following the progress of the EcoCAR competition through the whole process from attending the news conference and drivers meetings, to bidding the various engineering competitions and participating in the Grand Show event.

wrc-sprinklers_updated

Milt and Jeffrey Dunlop have also spent plenty of time meeting with teams preparing for the testing event and putting together their entries for judging.

wrc-sprinklers_updated

Milt Dunlop, Sr. VP and Jeffrey Sprague, COO have been on the scene with TRC since EcoCAR2 last visited Seattle Washington, in March 2013. They’ve been following the progress of the EcoCAR competition through the whole process from attending the news conference and drivers meetings, to bidding the various engineering competitions and participating in the Grand Show event.

wrc-sprinklers_updated

Milt Dunlop, Sr. VP and Jeffrey Sprague, COO have been on the scene with TRC since EcoCAR2 last visited Seattle Washington, in March 2013. They’ve been following the progress of the EcoCAR competition through the whole process from attending the news conference and drivers meetings, to bidding the various engineering competitions and participating in the Grand Show event.

wrc-sprinklers_updated

Milt Dunlop, Sr. VP and Jeffrey Sprague, COO have been on the scene with TRC since EcoCAR2 last visited Seattle Washington, in March 2013. They’ve been following the progress of the EcoCAR competition through the whole process from attending the news conference and drivers meetings, to bidding the various engineering competitions and participating in the Grand Show event.

wrc-sprinklers_updated

Milt Dunlop, Sr. VP and Jeffrey Sprague, COO have been on the scene with TRC since EcoCAR2 last visited Seattle Washington, in March 2013. They’ve been following the progress of the EcoCAR competition through the whole process from attending the news conference and drivers meetings, to bidding the various engineering competitions and participating in the Grand Show event.

wrc-sprinklers_updated

“This has been a learning experience for TRC,” said Milt Dunlop, Sr. VP and Jeffrey Sprague, COO. “To participate in such a large competition, and to be involved at every stage, was a unique opportunity for TRC and the RCR Teams. We look forward to furthering our partnership with EcoCAR 2, and with the EcoCAR Formula E Challenge.”

wrc-sprinklers_updated

The EcoCAR competition is a three-year, global event created and organized by General Motors, EcoMotors, and others to build the next generation of environmentally-friendly transportation. In the end, the EcoCAR Formula E Challenge will produce 15 street-legal electric vehicles to compete on the Formula E racetrack in September. For more information on EcoCAR 2 visit www.ecocar.com. For more information about EcoCAR 2 visit www.ecocar.com

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