Project Profile
City of Jacksonville Parking Garage
“Even under a very challenging project, their performance in key areas of design, construction management, quality control and communication during the construction process were outstanding.”
Kenneth Krismanth
President, Signet Development
Don Kartzmark
Division Leader, General Commercial

City of Jacksonville Parking Garage

Most cities share a common problem: not enough parking.
Jacksonville’s bustling city center needed additional safe parking, but Haskell sought to deliver a structure that provided more than parking. We offered a 456,000-square-foot, mixed-use solution that fit the aesthetics of a brand new courthouse, blended in 10,000 square feet of retail space and added additional parking. 
We solved the space shortage while adding consumer value.
The seven-story structure added 1,350 parking spaces in an appealing design with lighting and long visible sight lines that create a secure atmosphere throughout. Built of pre-stressed, pre-cast concrete on a drilled pier caisson foundation system, the internal double helix ramping system offers efficient access without crossovers. Garage visitors and downtown pedestrians can access ground floor businesses and retailers.
Design-build ensured quality and saved valuable resources.
The parking structure is a great success. In all, Haskell expertise provided value and single-source, design-build accountability that delivered a cost savings of $1.9 million. In addition, forward-thinking designers planned long-term maintenance and operational cost controls that will benefit city budgets for years to come. We were proud to provide the city with much-needed parking in a hard working structure that offers opportunity and value.
Jacksonville, Florida, USA
The 456,000-square-foot mixed-use parking structure has 10,000 square feet of retail space and parking for 1,350 vehicles.
Haskell used design-build delivery for an estimated cost savings of $1.9 million.
Long-term maintenance and operational cost control were designed into the structure.
First Coast Chapter of Excellence in Construction Award - Associated Builders and Contractors 2007


Start Date
January 2006

Completion Date
December 2006

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