In today’s design environment designing off-street parking to meet local design standards, client expectations, and sustainability initiatives can be a balancing act. In many cases the feasibility and preliminary design stages are performed as non-billable time in a competitive bid process where there is no guarantee that your design/organization will win the contract to recoup the engineering expenses to put the proposal together.
From discussions with engineers and land planners, it's estimated that a typical proposal may include anywhere from 1 to 6 alternate layouts for the client to review in order to make the decision to award the contract.
From talking with potential clients regarding plan reviews, we've learned that they tend to favor proposals that provide maximized solutions, more alternate design scenarios, and options that clearly indicate the benefits that each option provides.
In this online session ParkCAD will be utilized to quickly develop comparable design iterations that will afford maximized capacity while considering ADA accessibility requirements and traffic circulation.
- DATE: Thursday, June 9, 2016
- TIME: 10:00 am PDT | 11:00 am MDT | 12:00 pm CDT | 1:00 pm EDT
- HOST: Michael Frost (Transoft Solutions)
To register or learn more click here.