Car parks are the usual termination points for access roads and city streets. However, they are not the end of the journey–they act as an interchange where a person goes from being a motorist to being a pedestrian and vice-versa. Good design principles applied to car parks can, therefore, result in significant improvements in customer service and satisfaction.
How efficiently the car park receives, stores and discharges cars determines its usefulness to its owner/developer and the community it serves. Simplicity and ease of parking are the basis of good functional design practice. Applying international best practice and extensive car park design experience, our designers work as an integral part of your development team, alongside project architects and our traffic engineers.
Our objectives are to ensure that your car park’s space efficiency is maximised, whilst optimising traffic circulation, pedestrian safety and convenience. It is not uncommon for our Design Reviews to result in increased efficiency and reduction in capital costs whilst still providing users with an improved parking experience.
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