PARKPLUS continues to have a partnership relationship with the City of Los Angeles, helping to guide and develop Automated and Mechanical parking guidelines for the City.
Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD)
Since drafting the original Los Angeles Fire Department guidelines for Mechanical and Automated parking in 2012, PARKPLUS California is now working with the LAFD to update and expand their requirements for mechanical and automated parking. These requirements will include a larger range of different product types, including access to Pit Systems, Semi-Automated solutions and Fully Automated parking systems. The new guidelines will be released shortly.
Los Angeles Research Reports (LARR)
PARKPLUS California provides an increasing range of UL-listed products and continues to be the leading provider of Automated and Mechanical parking systems in Southern California. The Los Angeles office has the highest number of Los Angeles Research Reports (LARR) issued for the various systems, and is the only provider with multiple general approvals for Double, Triple and Quadruple stacking systems, as well as other system types. Currently, Semi-Automated Lift-Sliding Puzzle Parking system LARR numbers are limited to project-specific applications, many of which PARKPLUS California is pushing through the approvals process.