New NYC Law Affect Parking Structure Owners and Owner’s Reps

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Find Out How This New Law Affects You

In case you missed it, New York City has changed the way parking structures are being managed with revisions to New York City Department of Building laws (Construction Codes §28-323 and Rules of City of New York (RCNY) §103-13).  

Parking structure owners and/or owner’s representatives (property managers, facility managers, occupiers) must now complete a structural inspection for any parking garage located within the five boroughs of New York City. Timing is key for compliance, as the City instituted a phased schedule outlining the cycles of each borough starting January 1, 2022.  

While the law will have a positive impact on the safety of the community, information available to New York City parking structure owners and owner’s representatives is limited.  

StructureCare is here to help.  

As the nation’s leading structural engineering firm focused solely on maintaining the integrity of parking structures and garages, we are certified by both the City and the State to provide the required inspections necessary under this law. We have completed the rigorous process to become a Qualified Parking Structure Inspector (QPSI), so we are confident we can show you the path to compliance.  

Not heard of StructureCare yet? We are parking structure management with no hassles or surprises, here to help you when you need it most.  

Download our NYC Parking Inspection Law FAQ document today to learn more or contact us today. 

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