News From Scheidt & Bachmann
Tucson International AirportScheidt & Bachmann has been awarded the Parking Access and Revenue Control contract for Tucson International Airport. The Airport's parking spaces total 7,615 over 3 surface lots and a parking garage. The Airport has a total of 9 entry lanes, 9 exit lanes of which 5 have express exits, 4 pay on foot stations and a license plate inventory system. This will mark the 14th Airport installed with Scheidt & Bachmann in the United States .
Tucson Airport Services over 4,400,000 passengers on over 250,000 flights annually. The project is operated by Ace Parking.
Shops at SunsetSimon Property Group has awarded Scheidt & Bachmann the contract to install parking access and revenue control equipment at Shops at Sunset project in Miami, FL. This will mark the second installation with Simon Property Group, the first at The Westchester, in White Plains, NY. The project encompasses 1,761 spaces with 4 entry lanes, 7 exit lanes of which all will be able to provide for express exiting, and 5 pay on foot machines.
City of West Palm BeachThe City of West Palm Beach has awarded Scheidt & Bachmann the contract to install the PARCS for their newly constructed Clematis Parking Facility. The facility will be equipped with a ChipCoin System. This will mark the 75th parking facility in the United States to be equipped with the ChipCoin System and over 850 installations worldwide.
The project will be fully automated with 3 entry lanes, 3 exit lanes and 2 pay on foot stations.
Las Vegas International AirportThe Las Vegas International Airport has recently contracted with Scheidt & Bachmann to install a turn-key PARCS solution. The installation will include 21 Entry lanes, 7 Cashiered Exit Lanes, 14 Express Exit Lanes and 33 Automatic Pay Stations. Special features include a fully integrated License Plate Recognition System and "Contactless" credit card payment options.
The project is operated by McCarran staff and serves over 45 Million passengers annually.
Bryn Mawr HospitalThe Bryn Mawr Hospital located in a suburb of Philadelphia has awarded Scheidt & Bachmann the contract to install a ChipCoin System in their newly constructed Parking Structure. The parking structure will support 2 entry lanes and 3 exit anes and will be fully automated utilizing 3 pay on foot stations. The garage is expected to open early to middle of december 2008.
The parking operation is managed by LAZ Parking.
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