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Since 1963, Rich & Associates has been one of the nation's leading parking consultants, providing expert parking planning and design services to government agencies, medical and educational institutions, developers, architects, and contractors.
Our veteran staff makes it their responsibility to anticipate challenges, overcome obstacles and competently direct our client's projects from start to completion. We have a broad range of experience in the study and design of parking involving many diverse land uses.
"What sets Rich & Associates apart is our ability to listen and respond to the needs of our clients. We listen to all the requirements and plan accordingly so that no detail is overlooked. Because of our vast experience in the development and management of parking, we are able to fully understand our clients’ needs."
Richard C. Rich, PE - President and Founder
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"Working along with Rich & Associates and their remarkable team of engineers and architects is always a comfort in knowing that their dedication, responsiveness and the quality of their documents is something that you can take to the bank."
Kathy Buck Sr. Project Manager | Neumann/Smith Architects
"Wealth of experience provides them the ability to make decisions on the fly. I really don’t think there is something that they haven't seen."
Joesph Murphy | City of Royal Oak - Michigan
"We look at the Rich & Associates Parking Report all the time, it's easy to get to the information. It always stays on my desk."
Kim Fleming | Town of Davidson - North Carolina
"One of the top reasons to work with Rich & Associates is their after-project service. Once our project was completed Rich & Associates was always available to provide additional help, whether it was a quick question or even in-depth analysis on alternative scenarios."
Martin Shanks | City of Monroe - Wisconsin