Maximize Land Use and Parking Efficiency Strategies
Innovative Parking and Multimodal Planning
The changes in mode of transportation use such as autonomous vehicles, car share networks, and bicycles have affected parking demand and developments around the world. However, it is not proven that parking demand would necessarily lessen in the near future.
Depending on the location, parking demand can be calculated to accommodate shared-parking between neighboring sites. If the land size is small but require higher number of spaces, automated robotic parking systems can be considered.
Multimodal stops and transit-oriented-developments provide the opportunity to offer mobility hubs as a temporary source of transportation as a transition link.
Some of our sustainable studies include:
- Sustainable Parking, Pedestrian, Bike
- Fully Automated Parking Robotics
- First and Last Mile Planning
- Parking and Shuttle Analysis
- Feasibility and Site Analysis
- Best Use Studies
- Financial Real Estate Investment Analysis
- Development Permit
- Eminent Domain
- Review of Reports and Operational System
Fully and Semi Autonomous Parking Robotic Systems
Using Less Space
LVR has been analyzing, auditing, and implementing fully and semi autonomous parking robotic systems worldwide. With its first fully automated robotic system analysis in the late 1980’s, the LVR team had reviewed the details of the system related to timing, electronics, coding, mechanical movements, and troubleshooting issues. LVR continues to assist teams in design plans to assure that the implementation of these robotic systems are successful and provides regular system operational audits to make the necessary changes to improve overall timing, customer service, and long-term expenses.
Design Build and P3
Today, many clients rely on other types of resources to develop their projects, such as design bid build, design build, public-private-partnerships, design build operate and maintain, and other methods. LVR International can assist our clients in any of these approaches.
Public agencies are creating opportunities to expedite projects by encouraging designers, contractors, and investors to partner into delivery methods such as PPP, design-build, and design-build-operate-maintain.
LVR International’s team of experts has experience in developing and implementing public private partnership projects related to parking, mixed-used, and transportation related projects. We bring our international PPP and design-build experience to local projects to provide a creative and innovative approach on planning and design projects in the United States.