|Capacity:||815 stalls, 4 elevated levels|
|Status:||Completion Date: 2007|
Often the desired aesthetics of a community and the budget constraints of an owner are mutually exclusive and known to derail projects. As the campus of Mercy Hospital grew, there came a pressing need for additional parking to serve this growth. Having previously benefited from the value of FINFROCK’s Design-Manufacture-Construct project delivery system, one hospital’s executive enthusiastically supported the decision to proceed with FINFROCK.
The local municipality wanted architectural treatments that were going to add substantial costs and potentially delay the project. However, FINFROCK’s solution incorporated planter boxes as well as an architectural green screen, which not only satisfied the community’s architectural requirements, but also allowed the project to proceed on time and on budget.