Designed and constructed in conjunction with the Student Life & Wellness Center, the five-level parking structure at Utah Valley University is composed of long-span, post tensioned beams and slabs to provide open, column-free spaces.
Salt Lake City International Airport’s Terminal Redevelopment Program is a massive undertaking. The capital improvement program is expected to span ten years and cost over $2.9 billion. Reaveley Engineers provided design services for the new rental car facilities including a Quick Turn Around (QTA) facility to wash, fuel, and store vehicles.
Designed to fit into the heavy grade of Park City’s popular Swede Alley, this 289-stall expansion connects to the original parking structure at each level, providing circulation between levels that did not exist before. The steeply sloping site required a 40-foot tall, soil-nailed wall with steel pipes and timber lagging.
A five-story parking garage is located to the north of Salt Lake County’s District Attorney Office Building and serves the parking needs for a busy downtown. It is constructed of cast-in-place, post-tensioned, reinforced concrete in a flat plate configuration. The garage floors are sloped and they double as ramps for access to all levels.
The Outpatient Services Building is the first major expansion to Primary Children’s Hospital in 22 years. This multi-phased project creates a state-of-the-art clinic facility and a four-level parking structure with 1,500 stalls.
With so many performing arts, academic, and administrative activities nearby, the surface parking lot between Sutton Geology and Naval Sciences Building had long been insufficient for lower-campus parking needs. This structure offers four floors of parking and is placed to fit in scale with surrounding buildings. Electric vehicle charging stations are available in the garage.
This parking structure at the University of Utah is the first parking garage built on the main campus. Four stories high, it was built on top of the current surface parking lot. The 810 parking spaces serve the needs of students, staff, and faculty during the day and provide much-needed space for evening events for nearby venues.
Reaveley Engineers teamed with MKA Engineers on the design of the City Creek Center. The project consists of retail, office, and residential space over four levels of below-grade parking that spans 20 acres (two city blocks) in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City.