Presentation Summary:As with any infrastructure component, your parking facilities requires maintenance. In this discussion you’ll learn about the maintenance requirements along with the routine repairs that should be expected over the life time of the facility. You’ll also learn why not completing the routine maintenance will lead to far more expensive repairs in the future. Equally important in maintaining your parking facilities is the development of an asset management plan. Asset management planning is an important component in your parking operation that, if overlooked, can have major financial impacts when unexpected repairs occur. Lastly, once your asset management plan has been developed, implementation of the plan is required. This discussion will identify software tools available that can help you efficiently manage the asset.Speaker Bio:Andrew is a Parking Consultant in Walker Parking Consultants Denver, Colorado office. He has areas of focus in the parking industry include consulting, planning, project management, technology, basis of design and identifying improvements for existing parking systems.Some of the client types he has conducted consulting, engineering and study engagements for include: developers, hospitals, banks, municipalities, churches, universities, airports, sports arenas, and event centers. Andrew’s client geography extends across the US, Canada and into the Middle East.His subject matter knowledge in parking has been published in notable trade magazines as well as been presented at industry conferences across North America.Andrew’s approach to projects is to provide practical, achievable and implementable solutions to the array of challenges, problems and opportunities for his clients.
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