As the uptake of electric vehicles continues at pace, car park owners need to act now to avoid endangering pedestrians or causing a catastrophic collapse. Our new specialist report explores the issues ahead and the solutions which will futureproof these structures to support a greener infrastructure.
With many existing Multi-Storey Car Parks built in the 1960s and 1970s and predominantly built from reinforced concrete, these structures face early degradation, structural defects and other shortcomings, so car park owners need to act now to ensure their property continues to be fit for purpose.
So how do car park owners address these challenges? Find out more in the new specialist report, which includes a foreword from Russell Simmons, chair of the structures and asset management specialist interest group at the British Parking Association.