Having worked on projects from the city to the federal level, our firm understands the challenges associated with government parking projects and the unique processes involved with their successful completion.
For municipal projects in the downtown core, it is important that the parking structure reflects the distinct urban character of the city and fits within the context of its environment. The structure ideally should have its own identity while respecting its neighbors. These goals can be achieved by creating facades that emulate windows and floor heights and mimicking scale, details and materials.
Although county, state and federal projects come in many shapes and sizes, the parking structures that support them often have similar issues such as special security considerations, multiple user groups and pedestrian connection sensitivities.