Parking for Projects
Each vehicle using parking facilities on campus must display a parking permit. Permits for projects requiring off-campus services, and their employees, must have a 5 day minimum effective duration and may be purchased upon authorization from the University Project Coordinator/Manager. Permits are transferrable between vehicles but may not be altered or copied; and are only valid in the area described per the permit type policy.
Architect/Engineers and Plant Operations Projects
Since the purchase of these permits requires authorization, it is best to have your University Project Coordinator/Manager contact Solomon Brumbaugh at email@example.com in order to create a parking permit account for the project. Permits must be requested by the University Project Coordinator/Manager. No permits will be issued without prior authorization. Project Parking Plans, found here, must be filled out by the A/E or Plant Operations Manager prior to bidding the project to ensure parking facilities are available to the contractor.
Parking for Contractors
Project Parking Plans are required for every project on campus. If you did not receive an approved Project Parking Plan in your bid documents, contact your University Project Coordinator/Manager as you will be unable to purchase permits until the plan is approved. Permits are sold only to the GENERAL CONTRACTOR and are distributed to the end user through them. Tickets and parking infractions are the responsibility of the general contractor. If additional permits are required, contact your Project Coordinator/Manager to negotiate a change to the bid documents. Permits are transferrable between vehicles but may not be altered or copied; and are only valid in the area described per the permit type policy.
All contractor permits must be coordinated and purchased by the general contractor. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Contractor permits are virtual; each license plate will represent the permit. The University project number is your account number; reference the parking plan for permit information, restrictions, and approved staging areas
Maintaining an account balance (to be used as needed) will expedite permit issuance; any unused balance will be refunded at your request. Each project must have one Point of Contact, include their telephone number so we may call to take prepayment. Permit requests must be received at least 24 hours prior to issuance. Once the permit request has been acknowledged, you will receive an email notification with the permit order status (approved or denied) and details.