Owners should already have mitigation strategies in place to protect their buildings and essential infrastructure. For those that don’t, there’s no time to lose.
Webinar Recap: Developing a Parking Facility’s Restoration Program
How do you increase the safety and longevity of your parking facility?
In this session of WGI’s Lunch & Learn Webinar Series, Andrew Kong and Juan D. Sanchez discussed the leading causes of deterioration and potential structural failures that can arise in various types of parking structures, and how to initiate a restoration program to protect parking structures.
Attendees tuned in to watch and listen to Andrew and Juan share their expertise, strategies, case studies, and past experiences in developing restoration programs for parking garages. Our attendees also submitted thoughtful questions for our panel to answer live at the conclusion of the presentation.
If you missed the live session, you can watch it in its entirety below:
Andrew Kong and Juan Sanchez are both restoration experts from our Charlotte, NC office. Andrew is a Restoration Manager who is experienced in structural evaluation and analysis of existing parking structures, life cycle analysis, design of various repair options, estimating repair costs, and construction administration. Juan Sanchez is a Project Engineer who specializes in structural restoration and preservation solutions, due diligence evaluations, structural strengthening, and design and detailing of commercial buildings and parking structures.
Want to learn more?
WGI’s restoration and parking experts specialize in identifying problems, developing cost-effective and durable solutions, and assisting in the implementation of the repair and maintenance work for your facility. To learn more about how we can help you, contact us today and let’s talk about your facility.
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