Smart Parking Design as a Climate Tool

Parking infrastructure, developed in conjunction with commercial and residential buildings, is a frequently neglected facet of property design. However, parking creates numerous environmental impacts, including excess energy consumption, urban heat island effect, stormwater runoff, traffic congestion, and pollution. This presentation will illustrate how well-designed and efficient parking structures can dramatically improve a property's carbon footprint by minimizing natural resource use and incorporating green design. Best-in-class parking sustainability standards, including the USGBC's Parksmart Certification, benefit neighborhoods and communities, while maximizing the bottom line. Topics covered will include low-carbon strategies, electric mobility, stormwater management, and green infrastructure.

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Event Time: 

Friday, March 9, 2018 - 9:00am to 10:00am

Room / Location: 

Harbor 1

Level: 

1 (no prior experience/knowledge needed)

CEU Information: 

BOS18-205 - AIA 1.0 LU/HSW; GBCI pending

Session Documents

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PDF icon 205-smart_parking_design.pdf3.64 MB