New Parking Access and Control Systems Building (PARCS)

Indianapolis International Airport

The new Parking Access and Revenue Control System (PARCS) building is designed to house the processing and control systems, personnel and documentation for the parking facilities at the new Indianapolis International Airport. The facility consists of offices, break and locker rooms for employees and the information technology room that houses the processing equipment.

Mechanical systems in the facility include small DX split systems with gas heat. Electrical power for the building is fed from the airport distribution system and is backed up by the facility’s emergency generator to remain in operation when normal power is lost. The building’s electrical system also serves parking pay booths, canopy and gate equipment to enable the access and revenue control equipment.

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SERVICES

Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Plumbing & Piping System

TOTAL CONSTRUCTION COSTS

$1,000,000

PROJECT AREA

5,000 Square Feet

CLIENT

New Indianapolis International Airport

ARCHITECT

Ratio Architects

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