Parking Facility Maintenance: Lowering Costs by Improving Performance
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Parking Facility Maintenance: Lowering Costs by Improving Performance

 Export to Your Calendar 6/13/2018
When: June 13
1:00 - 2:00 p.m. ET
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: Eamon Connor

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A well-maintained parking facility is an important objective of every parking professional. A safe, clean, and well-lit parking structure is necessary for customers, as well as clients.

Developing proper maintenance procedures, having a maintenance checklist, following through on the completion of the checklist items, and keeping accurate records of the work completed, is crucial to running a safe and profitable location. It can also reduce costs, minimize risk and provide a better work environment for customers and employees.

In this informative webinar, Jenni Sparks, CPP, University of Delaware, will share how to significantly lower operation costs by adopting a savvy approach to parking facility maintenance.

Audience Takeaways:

  • Understand the importance of a condition assessment for a parking facility.
  • Describe a maintenance program for the many components found in a parking facility.
  • Learn how to inspect and maintain floors, expansion and construction joints, stair and elevator towers and structural steel elements, and much more.
  • Describe the causes of concrete deterioration.

Jenni SparksJenni Sparks, CPP
Manager of Parking Services
University of Delaware
Jenni Sparks is a 30-year veteran parking operations expert. She started her career as a part-time enforcement officer at the University of Delaware and has also served time in the university’s department of public safety. She is a certified parking professional (CPP) with the National Parking Association.

The University of Delaware has 9,100+ spaces including 3 parking structures that service just over 22,000 students and approximately 4,200 employees.

Get Certified:

Participants in this webinar will qualify for 1 continuing education (CE) hour towards the CPP designation.

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