Century Park New Parkade

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The client, Procura, a developer which RJC has had a long-standing relationship with, wanted to create a two-phase commercial/parking facility to service a multi-building re-development of a derelict shopping mall site in South Edmonton.

Preliminary planning and renderings were required for the Owner to bring to City Council in order to obtain the development permit.

The project envisioned was a six-storey, long-span cast-in-place concrete parking structure, with no interior columns interfering with parking stalls, and a single-story commercial space constructed of conventional structural steel.

Foundations would be cast-in-place concrete belled piles, grade beams and floor slabs.

The intent was for phase to provide 449 to 538 stalls as part of Phase 1, with Phase 2 adding 90 stalls per level for a total count of 900 to 1100 stalls.The client needed a preliminary design package created with no information and in a very short amount of time to facilitate their discussions with City Council.

RJC was uniquely suited to this task thanks to our extensive experience in parking planning and talented graphics staff able to produce highly detailed, photo-quality, renderings.

Project Specifications

Location
Edmonton

Building Structure Type
Parking Facility - Above Grade

Owner/Developer
Procura

Service Areas

Prime Consulting

Prime Consulting

Parking Facility Design

Parking Facility Design

Structural Engineering

Structural Engineering

Practice Areas

Structural Engineering

Structural Engineering

Parking Facility Design

Parking Facility Design

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