Parking Dilemma 2011

UCLA Ziman Center Parking Dilemma


The UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate presented a critical panel discussion on the future of high-density parking storage. Experts from around the country will examine new technologies, development options and governmental standards relating to the design, construction and operation of automated parking. These systems use robotic devices to lift, transfer and store vehicles in high-density storage vaults providing efficient parking solutions and enabling developers to conform to a project's conditions of entitlement while reducing the cost to build new or retrofitting existing parking structures. All the while automated parking technologies provide significant "green" options to developers and a safe and secure environment for parking structure users.

Thursday, October 13, 2011
8:30AM-12:30PM
De Neve Plaza, UCLA Campus

For more information, please contact Chelsea Lucio.

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Welcome and Introductions
Jeffrey A. Seymour
Principal, AP Solutions
Founder, Seymour Consulting Group


Historical Background of Automated Parking Structures
Shannon S. McDonald
Architect

Author of "The Parking Garage: Design and Evolution of a Modern Urban Form"


Keynote Speaker
Richard Katz
Founder of Richard Katz Consulting (RKC), Inc.
Board Member, Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA)
Chair, Metrolink Board of Directors


Panel Discussion
Donald Shoup
(Moderator)
Professor of Urban Planning, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs


Ryan Astrup
Vice President, SpaceMaker Group
Director, Park Plus, Inc.
*PowerPoint Slide Presentation (PDF)*

Donald R. Monahan
Vice President, Walker Parking Consultants
*PowerPoint Slide Presentation*

Robert R. "Bud" Ovrom
General Manager of the Building and Safety Department
City of Los Angeles

*PowerPoint Slide Presentation*

Paula Reddish Zinnemann
Principal, AP Solutions



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