History of Parking

Parking Economics & Design!

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Recently our founder and president Richard C. Rich received a package in the mail that was unlike one he’d received before. It was a package containing a book that was published in 1968 titled ‘Parking Economics and Design’. At one point the book was in a public library. The person who sent it to Mr. […]

History of Parking

Parking in The Holy Land!

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In 1995, the team of Parsons Brinckerhoff and Rich & Associates were awarded the design of the new Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv Israel. The project scope included the design of two (2) parking garages, a new roadway system, signage and security systems. We were also responsible for planning and designing state of the […]

History of Parking

The Y2K!

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As we continue our journey of reminiscing over memorable & influential projects from our first 55-years here at Rich & Associates, we’ve made our way into the 2000s! The 2000s are most remembered for encompassing worldwide projects from both Rich & Associates and MedPark, Inc. that paved the way in their modern design & thorough […]

History of Parking

And They’re Off!

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And They’re Off! As many of you know this Saturday, May 5th is the 144th annual Kentucky Derby! In honor of this historical event, we’ve decided to look at some facts about the race, the way horses were originally used as a mode of transportation, when transportation evolved from a horse to a vehicle and […]

History of Parking

We’ve made it to the ’70s!

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Continuing Our 55-year Anniversary Celebration! As we continue to celebrate our 55-year anniversary here at Rich & Associates, we’re looking back in to the 1970′ at some of our firm’s more noteworthy projects! The ’70s were a notable decade at R&A for many reasons. During this period, we expanded our services to include the private […]