In the Works at Kimley-Horn

Kimley-Horn is hard at work serving clients and communities.
Here is a brief snapshot of a few of the projects recently completed:

Durham, NC

As part of a larger master plan conducted for the Downtown Durham area, Kimley-Horn developed and utilized a Park+ model to evaluate future demand conditions related to the expected growth in the community. The model was used to predict existing deficiencies, future infrastructure needs, and the impacts of charging for on-street parking. The results helped to define strategies and recommendations for the report, while vetting and confirming the need for enhanced parking management options.

KHA Durham, NC

Texas A&M University

As part of a parking facility feasibility study, Kimley-Horn developed a Park+ model to evaluate the location, size, and orientation of new parking facilities on campus. The predictive analysis used campus master plan recommendations and expected campus expansion plans to predict areas of high parking demand intensity. The results of the model allowed the University to reduce the total number of spaces considered for new parking and relocate proposed parking facilities to better fit the needs on campus.

KHA - Texas A&M University

About Kimley-HornKimley-Horn

Kimley-Horn is one of the nation's most comprehensive and best-respected engineering and land planning firms. With over 1,500 staff in more than 60 offices, the firm offers full services in a wide range of disciplines: aviation, the environment, intelligent transportation systems, forensic engineering, landscape architecture, land planning, transit, transportation, roads and bridges, urban redevelopment, water resources, and wireless communications.

Clients know Kimley-Horn for the creativity of our solutions and the sense of urgency we bring to each and every project. We take a clients'-eye view of our work, planning and designing to accomplish the client's goals in the most effective manner.


There are no comments yet for this item

Join the discussion

You can only add a comment when you are logged in. Click here to login