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So You Want All the Bells and Whistles On That Parking Structure?

Westin Peachtree Plaza

September 22, 2016 | 8:00 am

Designing a new parking structure can create a lot of expectations. But when construction costs start to develop, it’s time to ask the question: “Can you afford all the bells and whistles that have been dancing around in the minds of your stakeholders, committees and of course, you the person responsible to make this happen?”

Join John Purinton, David LoCoco and Michael Johnson at this year’s NPA Convention and Exposition at the Westin Peachtree Plaza in Atlanta on September 22 from 8:00-9:00 am to understand the construction costs of parking facility amenities. During the session you will learn:

  • How to manage expectations for various enhancements
  • What they cost
  • The range of solutions or performance for each potential bell or whistle.

We hope to see you there! 

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About the Authors

John Purinton, SE has been creating parking solutions for over 30 years. John is a licensed engineer in 8 states. He is responsible for the design of over 150 parking projects and leads parking structure design for the firm. A member of NPA's Parking Consultant’s Council, John was a contributor to the latest edition of The Dimensions of Parking and has both written and spoken on design build delivery and the cost of parking structures.

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Tapping over 40 years of experience and a deep passion for parking, David is responsible for the design of over 400 parking projects for the firm ranging from complex podium parking solutions with towers above to stand-alone office campus or mixed-use solutions. He has contributed to the new edition of The Dimensions of Parking and has both written and spoken on designing efficient parking, parking automation and parking technologies.

As Chair of the Parking Consultant's Council (PCC) Automated Committee, David is a recognized expert in automated parking solutions and leads Watry Design's automated parking projects. From mechanical parking solutions to semi and fully automatic systems, he investigates the latest and best innovations the industry has to offer and applies them to his clients' projects. David also serves as Secretary of the PCC and was named the National Parking Association's 2022 Innovator of the Year.  

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