Looking Back, Planning Ahead: Leaving 2020 in the Dust and Building a Better 2021, Moderated by Casey Jones, CAPP
December 16, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm ET
Free to all industry professionals. Registration coming soon.
Join IPMI for our next online Shoptalk addressing the parking, transportation, and mobility industry’s response and recovery planning. Open to all, join us for discussions centered on best practices, next steps, and the challenges ahead.
How can we hit the ground running to make 2021 a year of recovery and rebounding for parking and mobility? We have provided a deep dive into data and takeaways from the IPMI Industry Response & Recovery Benchmarking Survey; now it’s time to shift our mindset.
Let us know how decisions are being made, what you and your team need now, and how the industry is responding in every sector. Share your plans and hear what other organizations are doing to plan for the year ahead.
This conversation will be solutions-based. Bring your progressive, innovative, and inspired ideas and concepts to share with the IPMI community to create a more vibrant and adaptable transportation and mobility ecosystem.
Submit your questions and thoughts for the discussion on the registration page.
Casey Jones, CAPP, DESMAN
Casey Jones, CAPP, is a recognized transportation and parking industry leader with more than 24 years of industry experience overseeing parking and transportation programs in the Pacific Northwest and at the University of Colorado and Boise State University. He’s spent the past 10 years providing consulting and project management services to universities, cities, and hospitals, focusing on improving customer satisfaction, operational effectiveness, and financial performance. His public and private sector operational experience complement his strong project management skills and experience. He joined DESMAN in August 2019. He is a past chairman of the Board for the International Parking & Mobility Institute (IPMI). He serves on the Accredited Parking Organization (APO) Board of Directors and is a Board Director for the California Public Parking Association and Pacific Intermountain Parking and Transportation Association.
Trends to Track: Exploring Tectonic Forces Affecting Parking and Transportation
Will we have cars in the future? Won’t people drive less thanks to AVs and TNCs? What effect is Amazon having on parking and transportation? It’s hard to plan for the mobility future when we don’t know what’s real and what may just be perception. This session will introduce key macro trends that are having the greatest influence in our industry now and in the future so we may plan with more confidence and certainty.
- Learn about macro trends affecting parking, access, and mobility.
- Identify how to connect these long-term trends to what we do today.
- Discuss implications for autonomous vehicles, TNCs, and micro-mobility based on identified macro trends.
Available as part of package of three webinars for $49.
Casey Jones, CAPP
Casey Jones, CAPP, is with DESMAN, where he works with clients to solve parking and mobility challenges. He is the corporate subject matter expert for universities, transportation demand management, and sustainability. He has more than 20 years of industry experience serving universities and municipalities in leadership roles and as a consultant. He is past chair of IPMI and currently serves on the APO Board and the boards of PIPTA and CPPA.
January 18, 2017 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EST
On-Demand Webinar Fee: $35.00 for IPMI Members, $50.00 for Non-Members
This archived webinar will demonstrate how the parking garage has evolved over the past century and it is still evolving. This webinar will address practical designs to accommodate future flexibility.
- Illustrate sustainable goals that have influenced change in parking design.
- Recognize how designing for maximum life requires a real understanding of future trends.
- Explore how autonomous cars will influence change in parking garage design.
- Learn phasing techniques in buildings to accommodate adaptive reuse.
Steve Rebora is the President of DESMAN. He is a licensed architect and has been an integral part of the parking design and planning industry for over 25 years. As such his works have been published by many of the Parking publications, The Urban Land Institute, and Architectural Record. His experience within the architectural field includes Master Planning, Green Building Design, Project Management and Field Coordination. During his tenure with DESMAN he has been involved with hundreds of parking projects throughout the United States and abroad.
We are proud to announce that Mark Santos, P.E. has joined DESMAN’s Fort Lauderdale office as a Practice Leader. Mark brings 20 years of parking industry experience and is highly skilled in the planning, functional and structural design, and rehabilitation of parking facilities. Mark specializes in both public and private-sector projects with an emphasis on complex parking projects in the municipal, higher education, mixed-use, and healthcare markets. Mark will help support and continue DESMAN’s growth in the Florida and southeast markets.
Mark plays an active role within the parking industry serving on the FPTA’s Board as Past President and participating in IPMI’s Award of Excellence and Professional Recognition Program committees. Mark graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering.
DESMAN is a top-tier national firm that specializes in parking consulting, design, planning and restoration. Learn more at www.desman.com