“The last two years have been incredible in Indianapolis,” said Melanie Chavez, Executive Vice President of Construction and Branding at Fast Park. “We’ve seen tremendous growth and are looking forward to being able to accommodate even more IND travelers with this expansion.”
Holladay Construction Group is Fast Park’s general contractor for the project which will be tentatively completed in November 2016.
Like many of Fast Park’s other facilities located in 14 markets across the country, the Indianapolis facility incorporates many green initiatives. The facility uses a water reclamation system for irrigation purposes, low VOC materials and Green Guard label furnishings. In addition, the facility uses a geo-thermal heating system, it currently has four EV charging stations and has the infrastructure to install a large-scale solar panel system which would make it Fast Park’s first net zero facility. The Indianapolis location is also Fast Park’s first LEED-certified facility.
About Fast Park
Fast Park is a leading offsite airport parking company headquartered in Cincinnati. With 16 facilities in 14 markets throughout the country, its brands include FastPark & Relax, FastPark2, Airport Fast Park, and Park Place. Fast Park offers the highest-quality customer service at its facilities 24 hours per day, seven days per week. Its convenient shuttle service transports travelers directly from their parking space to their terminal. Facilities are located in the following cities: Albuquerque, Austin, Baltimore-BWI, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston-IAH, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Orlando, Raleigh and Tucson. For more information, visit www.theFastPark.com or visit Fast Park’s Facebook page.