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Entries Close Monday, December 31, 2012
Fredericksburg, VA, November 1, 2012 -- Entries are now being accepted for the International Parking Institute's 31st Annual Awards of Excellence Competition recognizing outstanding achievement in parking facility design and architecture.
Past winners have included notable parking garages in cities, retail complexes, corporate headquarters, airports, commercial buildings, public institutions, universities, and sports complexes, among others. The awards are open to public agencies, jurisdictions, institutions, organizations or corporations that own parking facilities completed or renovated since January 1, 2010.
The top award honors architectural achievement. Other categories honor sustainable parking and transportation design excellence and noteworthy design and implementation of a surface parking lot. The competition offers seven categories:
I. Parking facility with fewer than 800 spaces
II. Parking facility with 800 or more spaces
III. Surface parking lot
IV.Innovation/sustainability in an existing parking operation or program
V. Parking facility rehabilitation or restoration
VI. New parking facility incorporating sustainability
VII. Award of architectural achievement
Entries must be submitted no later than Monday, December 31, 2012. Entry fees, rules, regulations and judging criteria are outlined in the official entry brochure at www.parking.org/aoe.
For more information, contact Lauri Chudoba, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 540.371.7535 x124.
The International Parking Institute is the world's largest association representing parking professionals and the parking industry. Members are involved in parking planning, design, management, operations, and enforcement for municipalities, universities, airports, commercial buildings, retail/mixed-use facilities, hospitals, and sports/entertainment complexes, as well as inter-related industries such as transportation, construction, urban planning, and architecture. Learn more at www.parking.org.