Stack the odds in your favour

Stack the odds in your favour

High-rise residential and commercial car parking solutions.

Words by Justin Foote

The building industry is probably one of the fastest growing and evolving industries in the world right now. In New Zealand, space is at a premium for new developments and with the restriction in available land and new Unitary Plan regulations, the challenges faced by consultants and developers is how to change current thinking and find new technologies to deliver the same amenity and storage value that each specific project requires.

Not surprisingly, that search for new and improved technologies is filtering out to associated trades including car parking technology.

“As with most industries, growing environmental awareness has been the biggest factor in garnering widespread adoption of new and innovative technologies,” says Brent McCarty, Director of Cloud Parking Solutions.

“Like electric vehicles, high-rise parking technology has been around for decades but it has only been recently that people have tuned into the cost savings and environmental benefits of installing such systems in their projects.”

A Cloud Parking Bipark solution has allowed this high-end car dealership to double its storage capacity while freeing up forecourt space for customer parking.
A Cloud Parking Bipark solution has allowed this high-end car dealership to double its storage capacity while freeing up forecourt space for customer parking.

Changing the way the world parks

Cloud Parking Solutions has systems for parking two cars all the way up to thousands of cars across multiple systems and can customise a solution to suit any sized residential or commercial project.

“At its most simple, we can provide independent or dependent systems for parking two cars, which are popular with our residential customers as well as having commercial applications. We recently installed 15 bi-park stackers in a car dealership, doubling their showroom capacity and freeing up valuable forecourt space for customer parking,” says Brent.

“Similarly, we installed four double stackers in a private residence, allowing the owner to park his collectable cars safely and securely while maintaining access to the cars used on a daily basis.”

Systems such as car lifts, says Brent, are ideal solutions as they can either be retro-fitted or installed in new build projects where street level access is restricted. “For a two-level system you only require 4.2m height clearance, after that just an additional 1900mm per level, providing an unparalleled level of height efficiency, along with space maximising.”

Puzzle parks comprise a fully automated ‘lift and slide’ mechanism and can be up to six levels high . Tower parks can be 50 metres high 
and are capable of holding 50 vehicles within the footprint of three car parks at ground level.
Puzzle parks comprise a fully automated ‘lift and slide’ mechanism and can be up to six levels high . Tower parks can be 50 metres high and are capable of holding 50 vehicles within the footprint of three car parks at ground level.

Store park, puzzle park, tower park—which is the right solution for your needs?

“A store park solution is the most simple and affordable solution and is, usually, a two-layered system that elevates the first car making the space underneath available for a second car. The system can be as wide as the project demands. This system is manufactured completely in Italy by our brand OMER who are one of the most technologically advanced and largest suppliers in the world of car lifts and stackers.

“Puzzle park solutions are generally the systems most people envision when they think of stacked parking. Comprising a ‘lift and slide’ mechanism, puzzle parks can be used to park cars above ground. These are fully automated systems and can be up to six levels high, while the length of the system is only limited by the available space. Puzzle park systems are popular in park and ride situations.

“Tower parks are ideal for limited ground space applications as, when fixed to the side of a building, these systems can be as high as 50-metres tall. Again, these are fully automated ‘lift and slide’ systems that lift vehicles from ground level to an allocated parking stall within the tower structure.”

Both of the puzzle and tower systems are structurally manufactured in New Zealand from NZ compliant steel standards and feature European componentry.

A typical store park solution can increase parking capacity by a factor of two or three either above or below ground.
A typical store park solution can increase parking capacity by a factor of two or three either above or below ground.

Benefits of installing a stacked parking solution

“The biggest benefit is also the most visible—maximising space,” says Brent. “A typical puzzle park solution can increase parking capacity by a factor or three or four, while a tower park solution makes it possible to accommodate 50 vehicles within the footprint of three car parks.

“Construction costs are also significantly reduced as there is no need to accommodate ramps or access lanes. Similarly, ongoing operation and maintenance costs, while specific to each project, will be greatly reduced. Additional benefits include reduced time from installation to operational and options to relocate and reuse the system.

“Furthermore, a Cloud Parking Solutions system offers numerous environmental advantages over conventional parking solutions, particularly in reduced emissions, storm water runoff, energy efficiency and construction impact.

“Our team has extensive construction industry experience and can assist you with solution consultancy, specification, and design and build services of your bespoke car lift solution.”

Learn more about which stacked car parking solution could be right for your project.

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The global platform for smarter car parking solutions Cloud Parking Solutions utilises automated mechanical parking systems that park and retrieve vehicles in vertical...

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Stack the odds in your favour
Stack the odds in your favour

Stack the odds in your favour

High-rise residential and commercial car parking solutions.

Words by Justin Foote

The building industry is probably one of the fastest growing and evolving industries in the world right now. In New Zealand, space is at a premium for new developments and with the restriction in available land and new Unitary Plan regulations, the challenges faced by consultants and developers is how to change current thinking and find new technologies to deliver the same amenity and storage value that each specific project requires.

Not surprisingly, that search for new and improved technologies is filtering out to associated trades including car parking technology.

“As with most industries, growing environmental awareness has been the biggest factor in garnering widespread adoption of new and innovative technologies,” says Brent McCarty, Director of Cloud Parking Solutions.

“Like electric vehicles, high-rise parking technology has been around for decades but it has only been recently that people have tuned into the cost savings and environmental benefits of installing such systems in their projects.”

A Cloud Parking Bipark solution has allowed this high-end car dealership to double its storage capacity while freeing up forecourt space for customer parking.
A Cloud Parking Bipark solution has allowed this high-end car dealership to double its storage capacity while freeing up forecourt space for customer parking.

Changing the way the world parks

Cloud Parking Solutions has systems for parking two cars all the way up to thousands of cars across multiple systems and can customise a solution to suit any sized residential or commercial project.

“At its most simple, we can provide independent or dependent systems for parking two cars, which are popular with our residential customers as well as having commercial applications. We recently installed 15 bi-park stackers in a car dealership, doubling their showroom capacity and freeing up valuable forecourt space for customer parking,” says Brent.

“Similarly, we installed four double stackers in a private residence, allowing the owner to park his collectable cars safely and securely while maintaining access to the cars used on a daily basis.”

Systems such as car lifts, says Brent, are ideal solutions as they can either be retro-fitted or installed in new build projects where street level access is restricted. “For a two-level system you only require 4.2m height clearance, after that just an additional 1900mm per level, providing an unparalleled level of height efficiency, along with space maximising.”

Puzzle parks comprise a fully automated ‘lift and slide’ mechanism and can be up to six levels high . Tower parks can be 50 metres high 
and are capable of holding 50 vehicles within the footprint of three car parks at ground level.
Puzzle parks comprise a fully automated ‘lift and slide’ mechanism and can be up to six levels high . Tower parks can be 50 metres high and are capable of holding 50 vehicles within the footprint of three car parks at ground level.

Store park, puzzle park, tower park—which is the right solution for your needs?

“A store park solution is the most simple and affordable solution and is, usually, a two-layered system that elevates the first car making the space underneath available for a second car. The system can be as wide as the project demands. This system is manufactured completely in Italy by our brand OMER who are one of the most technologically advanced and largest suppliers in the world of car lifts and stackers.

“Puzzle park solutions are generally the systems most people envision when they think of stacked parking. Comprising a ‘lift and slide’ mechanism, puzzle parks can be used to park cars above ground. These are fully automated systems and can be up to six levels high, while the length of the system is only limited by the available space. Puzzle park systems are popular in park and ride situations.

“Tower parks are ideal for limited ground space applications as, when fixed to the side of a building, these systems can be as high as 50-metres tall. Again, these are fully automated ‘lift and slide’ systems that lift vehicles from ground level to an allocated parking stall within the tower structure.”

Both of the puzzle and tower systems are structurally manufactured in New Zealand from NZ compliant steel standards and feature European componentry.

A typical store park solution can increase parking capacity by a factor of two or three either above or below ground.
A typical store park solution can increase parking capacity by a factor of two or three either above or below ground.

Benefits of installing a stacked parking solution

“The biggest benefit is also the most visible—maximising space,” says Brent. “A typical puzzle park solution can increase parking capacity by a factor or three or four, while a tower park solution makes it possible to accommodate 50 vehicles within the footprint of three car parks.

“Construction costs are also significantly reduced as there is no need to accommodate ramps or access lanes. Similarly, ongoing operation and maintenance costs, while specific to each project, will be greatly reduced. Additional benefits include reduced time from installation to operational and options to relocate and reuse the system.

“Furthermore, a Cloud Parking Solutions system offers numerous environmental advantages over conventional parking solutions, particularly in reduced emissions, storm water runoff, energy efficiency and construction impact.

“Our team has extensive construction industry experience and can assist you with solution consultancy, specification, and design and build services of your bespoke car lift solution.”

Learn more about which stacked car parking solution could be right for your project.

Cloud Parking Solutions

The global platform for smarter car parking solutions Cloud Parking Solutions utilises automated mechanical parking systems that park and retrieve vehicles in vertical...

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Stack the odds in your favour

Stack the odds in your favour

High-rise residential and commercial car parking solutions.

Words by Justin Foote

The building industry is probably one of the fastest growing and evolving industries in the world right now. In New Zealand, space is at a premium for new developments and with the restriction in available land and new Unitary Plan regulations, the challenges faced by consultants and developers is how to change current thinking and find new technologies to deliver the same amenity and storage value that each specific project requires.

Not surprisingly, that search for new and improved technologies is filtering out to associated trades including car parking technology.

“As with most industries, growing environmental awareness has been the biggest factor in garnering widespread adoption of new and innovative technologies,” says Brent McCarty, Director of Cloud Parking Solutions.

“Like electric vehicles, high-rise parking technology has been around for decades but it has only been recently that people have tuned into the cost savings and environmental benefits of installing such systems in their projects.”

A Cloud Parking Bipark solution has allowed this high-end car dealership to double its storage capacity while freeing up forecourt space for customer parking.
A Cloud Parking Bipark solution has allowed this high-end car dealership to double its storage capacity while freeing up forecourt space for customer parking.

Changing the way the world parks

Cloud Parking Solutions has systems for parking two cars all the way up to thousands of cars across multiple systems and can customise a solution to suit any sized residential or commercial project.

“At its most simple, we can provide independent or dependent systems for parking two cars, which are popular with our residential customers as well as having commercial applications. We recently installed 15 bi-park stackers in a car dealership, doubling their showroom capacity and freeing up valuable forecourt space for customer parking,” says Brent.

“Similarly, we installed four double stackers in a private residence, allowing the owner to park his collectable cars safely and securely while maintaining access to the cars used on a daily basis.”

Systems such as car lifts, says Brent, are ideal solutions as they can either be retro-fitted or installed in new build projects where street level access is restricted. “For a two-level system you only require 4.2m height clearance, after that just an additional 1900mm per level, providing an unparalleled level of height efficiency, along with space maximising.”

Puzzle parks comprise a fully automated ‘lift and slide’ mechanism and can be up to six levels high . Tower parks can be 50 metres high 
and are capable of holding 50 vehicles within the footprint of three car parks at ground level.
Puzzle parks comprise a fully automated ‘lift and slide’ mechanism and can be up to six levels high . Tower parks can be 50 metres high and are capable of holding 50 vehicles within the footprint of three car parks at ground level.

Store park, puzzle park, tower park—which is the right solution for your needs?

“A store park solution is the most simple and affordable solution and is, usually, a two-layered system that elevates the first car making the space underneath available for a second car. The system can be as wide as the project demands. This system is manufactured completely in Italy by our brand OMER who are one of the most technologically advanced and largest suppliers in the world of car lifts and stackers.

“Puzzle park solutions are generally the systems most people envision when they think of stacked parking. Comprising a ‘lift and slide’ mechanism, puzzle parks can be used to park cars above ground. These are fully automated systems and can be up to six levels high, while the length of the system is only limited by the available space. Puzzle park systems are popular in park and ride situations.

“Tower parks are ideal for limited ground space applications as, when fixed to the side of a building, these systems can be as high as 50-metres tall. Again, these are fully automated ‘lift and slide’ systems that lift vehicles from ground level to an allocated parking stall within the tower structure.”

Both of the puzzle and tower systems are structurally manufactured in New Zealand from NZ compliant steel standards and feature European componentry.

A typical store park solution can increase parking capacity by a factor of two or three either above or below ground.
A typical store park solution can increase parking capacity by a factor of two or three either above or below ground.

Benefits of installing a stacked parking solution

“The biggest benefit is also the most visible—maximising space,” says Brent. “A typical puzzle park solution can increase parking capacity by a factor or three or four, while a tower park solution makes it possible to accommodate 50 vehicles within the footprint of three car parks.

“Construction costs are also significantly reduced as there is no need to accommodate ramps or access lanes. Similarly, ongoing operation and maintenance costs, while specific to each project, will be greatly reduced. Additional benefits include reduced time from installation to operational and options to relocate and reuse the system.

“Furthermore, a Cloud Parking Solutions system offers numerous environmental advantages over conventional parking solutions, particularly in reduced emissions, storm water runoff, energy efficiency and construction impact.

“Our team has extensive construction industry experience and can assist you with solution consultancy, specification, and design and build services of your bespoke car lift solution.”

Learn more about which stacked car parking solution could be right for your project.

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