Use 50% of the Land Area for the Same Amount of Parking
Robotic Parking Systems works with architects and developers around the world to design automated parking garages for a wide range of project ideas, from retail to hospitals to convention centers to mixed-use developments.
In many cases space is at a premium, and the project can’t go forward unless the architect can somehow “create space” to get the parking density needed. Also, parking, while a necessity, is not the highest and best use for land on any project. The solution – compact, Robotic Parking Systems.
It comes down to the available land area. And, it’s the job of the Robotic Parking Systems’ design team to come up with creative parking solutions that fit within the available space.
Minimizing the impact of parking creates more space for design and development that can be used for additional revenue, green space, common areas for the community or other uses that benefit the project as a whole. Not only can Robotic Parking Systems park the same number of cars in half the space as compared to conventional garages, but these car parks offer more security, less emissions and greater convenience for users.
Maximize Site Development
The Robotic Parking Systems’ design team can help architects and developers maximize their site development.
As an example, look at a preliminary automated parking design for a hotel property planned for a very limited site. In a land area “footprint” of only 100 feet by 230 feet we were able to offer 1,500 parking spaces. The required throughput of 440 cars per hour is achieved with eleven entry / exit bays. To stay within a height limit of 100 feet, the garage is designed with 12 levels above grade and four levels below grade.
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Creative Solutions to Meet Your Parking Needs
Robotic Parking Systems’ design team can propose creative parking solutions that fit within the available space in any project. We can help you make better use of the land by creating more space for design, development and the community.