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opment sectors of the region’s real estate industry to promote investment opportu- nities and development strategies for revitalizing urban and suburbanmarkets. JimZullo, CAPP, LEEDAP,Vice Presi- dent of TimHaahs&Associates, creat- ed a panel and served asmoderator for a panel discussing “Developing and Revi- talizingAround Density – People, Park- ing andTransit.”The session attracted an engaged audience eager to learn more about parking and transit. A centuries-old lumber town, Still-


water, MN, has a thriving downtown, and is a regional tourist destination, especially during the summer. Land is at a premium in the city built into the hill- sides of the St. Croix River valley.When Stillwater needed to expand its parking capacity, it chose Amano McGann to provide the right parking solution to fit the city’s operational requirements, as well as its budget and design constraints. The company, working closely with key officials, the police, community devel- opment groups and the city’s IT depart- ment, was able to create a customized


automated parking solution to meet the city’s needs. With structural engineering and


parking consulting services fromWalter PMoore, the Southwest ParkingGarage at the University of Florida has been chosen for a merit award in the 2010 International Parking Institute Awards for Excellence competition. The six-level, 313,000-square-foot garage has spaces for 927 cars,with an attached two-story, 10,000-suare-foot transporta- tion and parking services office build- ing. The design/build project, lead by Cummings Construction and PGAL Architects, was completed with a fast- track construction program using Building Information Modeling tech- nology. LEED Platinum certification is being sought. The International Parking Insti-


tute (IPI) 2010 Parking Professionals of the Year are Dennis Burns, CAPP, of Kimley-Horn and Associates in Phoenix and David Hill, CAPP, of the Winnipeg (Canada) ParkingAuthori- ty. The recognition took place inMay at


the 2010 IPI Conference & Expo in Las Vegas. “We are honoring two of our most well-respected and dedicated park- ing professionals,” said Shawn Conrad, CAE, the IPI’s Executive Director. McMahon Associates, a full-ser-


vice transportation engineering and planning firm, has announced that CaseyA.Moore, P.E., was selected the recipient of this year’s Peter P. Quinn LeadershipAward from the GreaterVal- ley Forge Transportation Management Association (GVFTMA). He was hon- oredMay 5 at the group’s annual meet- ing in King of Prussia, PA. The firm’s Principal, Vice President and Mid- Atlantic RegionalManager,Moore has more than 20 years of experience in transportation engineering, design and planning – 19 of thematMcMahon. The American ShotcreteAssocia-


tion (ASA) is now accepting applica- tions for Graduate Scholarships for the 2010-2011 academic year. The purpose of theASAprogramis to identify, attract and assist outstanding graduate students pursuing careers in the field of concrete


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