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Part 1: Precast Concrete Systems in Mixed-Use Parking Applications
Parking facilities are evolving as owners rethink how parking structures fit into their future needs. The role parking plays as the entry place to our cities, towns, campuses, and buildings presents opportunities to integrate even more seamlessly into the fabric of the overall built environment. Equally important, a parking structure can contribute positively to a building and business’s customer experience, sometimes setting the tone for an establishment’s point of entry. The integration of parking into the evolving mixed-use urban setting, and transportation systems, requires the parking facility to address new expectations incorporating quality, safety, new code requirements, sustainability, and schedule efficiencies.

Learning Objectives:
  • Understanding of design and construction considerations using precast concrete framing through case studies such as housing, commercial, and industrial buildings.
  • Review precast concrete specifications, design resources, and the PCI plant certification requirements to assure proper quality control and quality assurance of a project.
  • Understand how to work with a precast concrete producer to maximize the benefit of considering precast concrete through a design assist process.
  • Discuss how to properly specify sustainable and resilience attributes of precast concrete buildings.

Auggy Chung, Vice President Sales - Great Lakes: Auggy began his career over 25 years ago as an engineering manager and pulls from his experience outside the industry as a real estate preconstruction manager, bringing unique insight to any challenge he encounters. Utilizing his in-depth understanding of the technical, development, and construction side of the business, he provides inventive building solutions for his clients and their communities. Wells is one of the nation’s largest building solutions providers, specializing in prefabricated construction solutions and Auggy leads the sales team for the Great Lake region encompassing Wisconsin and Illinois.

Dan Parker, LEED AP, Vice President Sales - Mountain States: Dan has been in the precast industry for over 30 years, dedicating his career to growing Wells (formerly Rocky Mountain Prestress). He’s played many roles in addition to establishing new plants and expanding business. He is dedicated to improving the industry with being a past president of PCI Mountain States Region, former member of the board for PCI National, and holding PCI Quality Control Personnel Certifications for levels I, II, and III. With most of his career spent in Preconstruction Services and Sales, Dan leads Wells Mountain States sales team, advocating for Wells various building solutions within the region.

Eric Rowits, Sales Representative, High Concrete Group, Denver, PA. Eric has 12 years of experience in structural design, engineering, and sales. He has been with High Concrete Group in Denver, PA for 11 years, and previously served as a Design Team Leader and Lead Design Engineer. Eric received both his Master of Engineering Management and Bachelors in Structural Design and Civil Engineering Technology at Penn State University. Outside of work, Eric enjoys spending time with his family, running, and outdoor activities.
Availability: On-Demand
Cost: FREE
Credit Offered:
1.5 PDH Credits
1.5 HSW/LU Credits
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