2024 Webinar: Planning, Design, and Construction Concerns for Modern Parking & Mobility

Wednesday, September 11, 2024
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EDT)
* Registration open until 9/11/24 at 1:00 PM (EST)
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* Registration open until 9/11/24 at 1:00 PM (EST)
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Sponsored with the generous support of Passport Labs, Inc.

The parking and mobility industry continues to undergo significant advancements, innovations, and evolution. The continued advent of new and improved technology, increasing and diversifying needs of system users, the need to consider accessibility in all new and retrofit design plans…the list goes on. How is the planning, design, and construction (PDC) community responding? What are the top considerations that PDC consultants need to keep at the forefront when working on behalf of their clients? What are the top factors impacting the design of new parking facilities, and the retrofit or renovation of existing facilities?

Members of the Planning, Design, & Construction Committee will explore these questions and more. This webinar will provide vital information for any parking owner or agency that will be looking to build or upgrade their assets in the upcoming years.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the biggest challenges to planning, designing, and constructing parking facilities and systems in today’s climate of technology and innovation.
  • Evaluate solutions to those challenges, and how PDC professionals are helping clients to position for current success and future growth.
  • Hear success stories of organizations that have recently built or upgraded their facilities and learn how to apply their success to your project.

Offers 1 CAPP Point towards application or recertification.



Kevin White, CAPP, AICP, Parking and Mobility Consultant, Walker Consultants

Kevin is a Parking and Mobility Planner and Consultant who specializes in parking and mobility planning, curbside management, and transportation demand management, with a focus on user behavior and integration of all modes of transportation. Kevin is passionate about solving access and parking challenges on cities and on campuses by integrating a blend of infrastructure, program, and policy strategies. Kevin strives to create planning processes that are meaningful and informative, with a focus on stakeholder transparency and the use of data and visualizations to tell a story, generate ideas, and gain consensus.

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Ben Henderson, PE, SE, Vice President, Kimley-Horn

Ben serves his clients from the parking practice of the Kimley-Horn Phoenix office. He has extensive knowledge of the functional design of parking structures and parking access and revenue control systems. His encompassing experience brings value to each project's concept development and design phase, which has built him a reputation for delivering well-planned parking facilities that meet and exceed his client’s needs and expectations. Beyond his parking practice, Ben is very passionate about growing and developing people. He facilitates mentorship programs and makes a point to invest in the personal and professional development of others. Ben often hosts open discussion forums for the firm’s young professional and mid-level professional groups where he shares lessons learned from his career journey. Additionally, he facilitates learning courses for emerging leaders, tenured staff, and other industry professionals focused on the value of strong relationships.

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John Hammerschlag, President, Hammerschlag & Co., Inc. 

Having worked nationwide in the parking industry for over four decades as an owner, developer, investor, asset manager, advisor, expert witness, and operator, John Hammerschlag has built a successful parking investment, asset management, and advisory business. His outlook is unique in that he is independent; has construction/development experience; understands the dynamics of local Chicago and national parking markets, the nature of parking competition, and the players involved; and, as an owner, appreciates financial risk.

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Jeff Pinyot, President. ECO Parking Technologies

Jeff is the President of ECO Parking Technologies (ECO), a global LED and Smart Lighting Technologies manufacturer. Prior to ECO, Jeff served Trane Air Conditioning for over two decades and earned his engineering degree from the University of Pittsburgh. His vast levels of experience in the field of energy, along with his creativity and capacity to visualize the extraordinary, have given him countless opportunities and outlets for realizing his passions. Jeff is a founding member of the Green Parking Council and has been honored with the National Sustainability Pioneer award as well as the distinguished Lowell Harwood Award. Jeff is also a member of the Temecula Think Tank.

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* Registration open until 9/11/24 at 1:00 PM (EST)
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* Registration open until 9/11/24 at 1:00 PM (EST)

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Kathleen Federici

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Director, Professional Development, International Parking & Mobility Institute

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