Parking Systems and Sustainability Challenging but Compatible
Recorded on May 23, 2012 (60 minutes)

Conventional wisdom says parking and sustainability can't easily co-exist.  But conventional wisdom is wrong. In fact, the parking industry has found innovative and relatively easy ways to go green and help its customers be more environmentally responsible as well. Participate in this timely webinar to learn how environmental sustainability and a well-designed and operated parking system can work together to meet customer needs, environmental responsibility, and financial goals. The Co-Chairs of IPI's Sustainability Committee will explore specific strategies, options, and resources to help you and your business become more sustainable.


Instructor biographies:


Rick Decker, CAPP, MBA

Rick has been the Parking Operations Manager for the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport since 2003. He has been active in creating and implementing new parking programs and in advancing the professionalism and customer service focus of this operation.  He serves the parking industry as a speaker, author, and member of the IPI Board of Directors.  Rick has worked professionally in commercial lending, government auditing, airport management, facility maintenance management, vehicle fleet management, and downtown parking and redevelopment.  He has taught evening college business courses locally and even taught a graduate economic course in Germany. 

 

Rachel Yoka, LEED AP BD+C, CPSM

Ms. Yoka, Vice President of Strategic Business Planning and Sustainability, Timothy Haahs & Associates, Inc., is responsible for corporate marketing and business development efforts in the education, healthcare, government, transit, economic development, and corporate sectors.  A LEED Accredited Professional, she spearheads the TimHaahs Sustainability Initiative and offers consulting services to clients for LEED and sustainable design strategies. Rachel is co-editing the soon to be released publication from IPI and NPA on sustainability and parking design, and chairs the Certification Committee of the Green Parking Council, which is developing the first sustainability rating system designed for structured parking facilities.


Select a Webinar Format:
On Demand Archive  $35.00 for IPI Members, $50.00 for Non-Members or IPI Allied State and Regional Association Members