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PAR KING TODAY NEWS SMC Software (SMC), a subsidiary of Smart Marketing

Concepts, held its first Client User Conference Jan. 18-19 in Tam- pa. Designed specifically for off-airport parking operators, the free educational event attracted clients from across the U.S. to learn how to best leverage SMC’s technology to dominate their respective marketplace. SP Plus Gameday, an operating division of Standard Park-

ing Corp., one of the nation’s leading providers of parking man- agement, ground transportation, maintenance and other ancillary services, has been selected to provide its travel demand manage- ment services for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, England and for the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa. It did the same for the 2012 Tim Hortons NHL All Star Game Jan. 29 in Ottawa, Canada. Genetec, a leading provider of world-class unified IP securi-

ty solutions, noted that its integration with the full line of Bosch devices goes beyond basic functionality to offer customers deeply compatible solutions. The longtime technology partners in the physical security industry have developed a business relation- ship that ensures all camera integrations are tested and certified; product roadmaps are strategically aligned; and interoperability between firmware and software is set. TwistHDM, the parking industry’s leader in wireless light-

ing controls, has announced an exclusive alliance of its LimeLight control technology with Philips outdoor LED luminaires. “Park- ing garage owners and operators will now benefit from the latest enhancements of LED luminaires in combination with wireless controls, which catapults both technologies to an extreme level of performance,” said company President Lee Eilers. The 2012 Florida Parking Association Board of Directors

was announced at its 32nd annual conference in December in Fort Myers, FL.: President – Bill Foster, CAPP, Executive Director of Parking & Transportation at Florida International University (FIU); Vice President – Luis Choter Jr., CAPP, Special Operations for the Miami Parking Authority; Secretary – Stephanie Ste- fanelli, Parking Manager for the city of Clearwater; Treasurer – Chester Escobar, Regional Manager, Florida, for Standard Park- ing; Director – Jim Corbett, CAPP, Parking Division Manager for the city of Tampa; Director – Lissette Hernandez, CAPP, Associ- ate Director of parking operations at FIU; Director – Kris Singh, CAPP, Director of Parking & Transportation at the University of Central Florida; Director – Mark Santos, Vice President of Tim- othy Haahs & Associates; Alternate – John Fagan, Business Development Manager at T2 Systems; and Immediate Past Pres- ident – Pamela Corbin, Parking Administrative Manager for the city of Orlando. Three industry veterans have joined Walker Parking Con-

sultants: Larry Kamen, as a National Parking Consultant operat- ing out of its Chicago office. Kamen, who began working as a teen in his family-owned business, Landmark Loop Parking, brings nearly 30 years of parking operations experience to the firm, including stints with Ampco System, Impark and Standard. Dan Provost, as a consultant in its Los Angeles office. Provost, who entered the parking industry in 1985 at the local PARCS vendor level, brings a mix of business development experience in mar- keting on- and off-street PARCS solutions. And Dan Kupferman, CAPP, as a Director of Car Park Management Systems, working out of the Boston office. He brings more than 20 years of parking operations, access and revenue control, and sales experience to Walker, including with Parkeon and Network Parking. Charles Anthony has been promoted to Director of Sales at


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Secura Key, a leading supplier of RFID and Access Control prod- ucts. He will be responsible for all company sales functions. He previously was National Sales Manager for Access Control Sales. North Texas University in Denton recently took delivery of

50 waste and 50 recycling containers from Witt Industries. The durable, large-capacity, custom metal containers are designed to complement the décor of the university’s new 31,000-seat Apogee Stadium and feature its “North Texas,” “Mean Green” and eagle logos. Clean Seal Inc. has received new ISO 9001:2008 certification

for quality management of its products and processes. Vice Presi- dent and General Manger Bill Dawson said, “We are very proud of our ability to provide our new quality system into our prod- ucts and for our customers.” Eberle Design Inc. (EDI) has relocated its corporate head-

quarters and manufacturing facility to a new 30,000-square-foot facility at in Phoenix. “Eberle Design had outgrown its two facili- ties and long anticipated operating from a single consolidated building,” said Bill Russell, President and CEO. “We look for- ward to the opportunities this new facility brings to us. It pro- vides a great environment for our employees and brings about needed efficiencies as we continue to grow our business.” Propark America has named Richard DiPietro as its new

president. He will report directly to CEO John Schmid, who said, “Richard brings a wealth of national experience and will help cre- ate an integrated, nationwide team, aligned with the company’s strategic business objectives.” DiPietro’s career in the parking industry began more than 22 years ago. He previously served as an executive for PortfolioFirst Parking Solutions and Standard Parking Corp. Nelson\Nygaard (N\N) recently made several announce-

ments. It now has a new presence in Washington, DC, which will be led by Karina Ricks. Most recently DC’s Chief Planner, Ricks comes to the firm as a Principal with extensive public sector expe- rience in transportation planning and coordination with land use, policy and economic development strategies. Also, Kara Vuicich joined N\N’s San Francisco office as a Senior Associate in Octo- ber. She has 10 years of experience as a transportation planner and re-joined the firm after seven years in Berkeley, CA, in the city’s Transportation Division.


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