Track Education: Build
Addresses the planning, design, construction, maintenance and renovation of physical parking and transportation infrastructure. This track will address these concepts from the curb, to stand-alone garages and lots, to mixed-use facilities and adaptive reuse strategies. Below are sessions by date and time for the Build
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Monday, June 1
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
The Truth About Parking Structure Maintenance: How To Protect Your Investment (ROI)
Scott Weiland, BSCE, PE, Innovative Engineering, Inc.
Most people assume parking structures don't require much maintenance; unfortunately, that’s not true! Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of parking structural systems, including life cycle and maintenance costs, common deficiencies and repairs, and the importance and elements of a good maintenance program. Potential structural problems of each type will be shown and explained, including how to correct problems, the latest repair technology, and a video case study of a parking structure collapse.
- Understand different types of parking.
- Gain knowledge of different structure types, cost comparisons, and lifecycle costs.
- Learn about common deficiencies, routine maintenance, and timely restoration.
Tuesday, June 2
3:15 pm – 4:15 pm
Design, Build, Success! Maximizing the Value of a Design-Build Process
Brian Lozano, PMP, Walter P Moore & Associates; Brandy Stanley, MBA, CAPP, City of Las Vegas Parking Services; Michael Benford, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.
This panel discussion will cover how the fastest growing project delivery method is ideal for the construction of new parking structures and how current trends in the design and construction industry are affecting parking structure design. Learn how the design-build delivery format flexes to adapt to the changing landscape.
- Understand the history of the design-build delivery format.
- Identify benefits and challenges of design-build from all three lenses (owner, builder, designer).
- Compare and contrast design-build with other methods of project delivery.
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