Abdul Rahman Hilmi Description of Project The proposed parking lot will cater mainly for SEGI University College, Kota Damansara students and staffs due to the rising number of personal vehicle users over the years and it is expected to rise even more in the next coming years.
To open a for-profit parking lot, you need land, money for paving and some way to collect from your customers. You'll also have to decide whether you want the location staffed or automated. Finding a Site Before starting your parking lot business, you need a location.
Among the factors to consider: Is there enough traffic in the area to Parking lot proposal your business profitable?
Areas close to downtown shopping or convention centers are often good places to look. Is the site convenient for people to use? Does the zoning allow you to build a parking lot? How much more parking does the area need?
Talk to people in the area about parking, and see if your local government has studies of parking needs. What are the land prices?
Would you prefer a parking garage or a parking lot? A garage uses space more efficiently by offering several floors of parking spaces, but the cost is immensely higher.
Don't just look at empty lots. An abandoned building might offer the perfect site, though you'll have to add demolition expenses to your startup costs.
The Price of Paving To give your lot the smooth asphalt surface it requires, you'll have to hire skilled professionals. The larger your parking lot, the lower the cost per square foot: Your local government probably has standards for parking lot construction.
You'll have to comply to get a construction permit. As part of compliance, you'll need a drainage plan so rain doesn't flow off your lot and flood neighboring areas.
In and Out There are three ways to design your parking lot entrance: You trust customers to pay based on how long they park. A gate staffed by a cashier who collects the money. An electronic gate with an automated payment system. The first option is cheapest but runs the highest risk of people using a space and not paying.
A cashier costs more over time than a fully automated system, but a human cashier is more flexible than a machine at handling problems or complaints. You must also decide whether you want people to pay every time they use a space or set up a payment-in-advance service, where drivers pay by the month to get a guaranteed space.
In some cases you can do both:Parking Proposal 1. Proposal for Flagler College Parking Written by Nicole Zaunbrecher Advised by Dr.
Judith Burdan Addressed to David Arreola, President of the Student Government Association February Abstract: The students and faculty of Flagler College must fight each other, as well as tourists, every day over parking spots. Parking Lot Proposal By: Lucas Stock Goal of Proposal To maximize generated profit from parking lot while providing a positive experience for shoppers.
A development proposal for a parking lot next to the Takoma Park Silver Spring Co-op in Takoma Park, Md., has been hotly debated.
(Bonnie Jo Mount/The Washington Post) By Katherine Shaver. Lots & Garages. With 9 parking garages/lots available throughout the city you can feel confident knowing we have the parking space you need.
Locate the facility that is closest to your destination. City Employee Parking Proposal. Overview There are many types of parking privileges for government employees and officials in San Francisco, both formal and informal, amounting to at least 3, free on-street spaces.
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