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2017 Annual California Public Parking Association Conference & Trade Show

Monterey, CA

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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 on that parking structure?" 

Michelle Wendler tackled this topic at the 2017 Annual California Public Parking Association Conference and Trade Show. We look forward to seeing you in 2018! 

About the Authors

Michelle Wendler, AIA has been creating parking solutions for the firm’s clients for almost 30 years. Michelle is a licensed architect in 12 states. She is responsible for the design of over 150 parking projects and leads parking studies and parking structure design for the firm. A member of the Sustainability Committee for the International Parking Institute, Michelle has penned and spoken on a number of industry topics, such as Healthcare Parking as the First Line of Customer Service, Incorporating Photovoltaics into Parking Structures & Parking Structure Aesthetics.

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As a Watry Design, Inc. Project Manager, Hyong-gi is responsible for achieving the goals of the client. Having worked exclusively on parking structures since 2004, he has worked on over 50 parking projects. Hyong-gi has project experience throughout the Parking Lifecycle from early parking studies on projects such as the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Parking Study and the City of Brentwood Parking Structure Feasibility Study to full Parking Structure Design on projects such as the Century Centre Parking Structure and the BART Richmond Transit Village Parking Structure to ADA upgrades of existing parking structures, such as 1600 Owens. Hyong-gi's experience includes all phases of design; from Preliminary Design through Construction Documents. 

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Matt Davis has been creating parking solutions for over 15 years. He has worked on over 50 parking projects and is a certified Parksmart Advisor. In addition to delivering projects to satisfied clients, Matt’s projects, such as the Tustin Metrolink Station Parking Structure and the Alta Bates Summit Medical Center Parking Structure, have received recognition from the International Parking Institute and other associations. An active participant in the International Parking Institute and the Pacific Intermountain Parking & Transportation Association, Matt has penned and spoken on a number of industry topics, such as Healthcare Parking as the First Line of Customer Service, Green Parking, Transit Parking Best Practices, the Future of Parking, Retrofitting Parking and Right Sizing Parking.

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