Hong Kong’s pre-certified LEED Platinum building; 36,000-sf academic building at Middlesex County College; UC San Diego parking structure.

October 13, 2012

UC San Diego parking structure set to handle up to 1,200 vehicles

A new 500,000-sf parking structure complex serves visitors and staff of the Thornton Hospital Cardiovascular Center at the University of California, San Diego’s East Campus in La Jolla. Designed by International Parking Design, the $24-million facility includes 1,200 stalls in two adjoining garages, one of two levels, the other of five. The design-build project also features a synthetic-turf soccer pitch and archery range on top of the two-level garage. Bomel Construction, Wolf Architecture, Hope Engineering, and RBF Consulting were members of the Building Team.

         
 

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