When designing and creating a new building on paper, the architects, planners, and consultants shape the building according to what the developer envisions and the market desires. The effectiveness of the design ultimately outlines the real-world experience of the finished project.
For example: It is always tempting to plan with the narrowest platform width as this reduces the footprint of the system and regains valuable net saleable area, however you must consider that to park on a system with 2300mm clear platform width is difficult and will dissuade users from parking in the system all together.
It’s good to ask the following questions of your design: Who will use the parking area? Which kind of customer/ buyer will want to park their car there? Does this align with the type of development? Which group of potential clients should we attract? Are we maximising the potential of vehicles that can be catered for on this site?
With the largest range in the world, our car parking systems are designed to accommodate the many different design obstacles that some projects face, while maintaining the comfort of the end user.
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