Convention Center Complex Saves Over 90,000 Square Feet of Land by Using Robotic Parking Systems

Recently, developers of a proposed convention center complex asked Robotic Parking Systems to design an automated parking structure for their project. These types of parking facilities are known to help architects and developers maximize their site development by parking twice as many cars in half the area.

We were able to offer two options for 1200 parking spaces that could save between 59,000 and over 90,000 square feet of land area.

Convention Center Option 1 saves the project 59,202 square feet of land area and gives the developer the option of adding an entire additional building. The developer gains approximately 25,833 square feet of GFA per floor of the additional building. Click Robotic Parking Option 1 to see full size image.

Robotic Parking saves space
Robotic Parking Systems Option 1 saves over 59,000 square feet.

Convention Center Option 2 saves even more space. The project gains 91,463 square feet of land area space for two additional buildings. This gives the developer approximately 41,132 square feet of GFA per floor of the additional buildings. Click Robotic Parking Option 2 to see full size image.

Robotic Parking Saves Space
Robotic Parking Systems Option 2 saves over 90,000 square feet.

As you can see from these numbers, Robotic Parking Systems creates space for design, develolpment and the community.

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