The existing Jaarbeursplein car park, adjacent to the busiest train station in the Netherlands, was to be replaced by a new car park offering modern parking facilities to 800 cars.
Amsterdam City Car Parks was looking to streamline operations and become more market-oriented.
An audit, conducted by Spark, helped determine the actual usability of planned parking spaces in a holiday home park in Como.
Spark conducted a design audit of a to-be-built parking facility in one of Amsterdam’s trendiest hotspots.
Bouwfonds REIM was considering the purchase of a public car park and was looking to ascertain the financial viability of doing so.
The upward trend in the number of air passengers meant that the capacity of the existing long-stay car park needed to be increased. Schiphol asked Spark to take care of the European tender.