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Updates from our donation campaign!

Last Saturday, the HUBER team came together to sort and pack your donations (even our little ones).
Thank you for your donations and kind letters.
The boxes will be loaded on to transport this week, together with more donations collected by Prosperity (Centre for Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine) and will be on their way to Ukraine.

Thank you once again for your generosity!

Your Donations – Straight to Ukraine | We want to help!

Usually, we transport materials from Poland to our UK building sites, now we will transport local donations from our sites to Ukraine, via Poland. 

Donate in person on one of our sites:  

Thursday 7th April between 5pm and 7pm and Saturday 9th April between 10.00am and 1.00pm. 

at 

Huber Car Park Systems Construction Site Office
Dorset County Hospital, C/O Darren Jagoda 
Willmott Dixon Compound, Williams Avenue 
DORSET, DT1 2JY
Onsite Contact on the Day: Darren Jagoda

Huber Car Park Systems Construction Site Office
Sky Studios, BAM Construction Site
Rowley Road, Borehamwood
WD6 1JH
Onsite Contact on the Day: Tane Hemmingson

Huber Car Park Systems Construction Site Office
Fulbourn Road
Cambridge
CB1 9NJ
Onsite Contact on the Day: Rob Hewett

Huber Car Park Systems Construction Site Office
Thomas Sawyer Lane,
Riverwell, Watford,
WD18 0GS 
Onsite Contact on the Day: Richard Von Mew

Huber Car Park Systems Construction Site Office
Adanac Drive
Nursling SO16 0AU
Onsite Contact on the Day: Eddie Oliver

Or 

Tuesday, 19 April 2022 to Friday 22 April 2022 from 9 am to 11 am and 5pm to 7pm 

at 

HUBER Car Park Systems UK Ltd
8 Watersite Drive
Langley Business Park, Langley, SL3 6EZ 

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Your HUBER-Team 

Luton & Dunstable Hospital’s travel hub opens, published in Parking Review | issue June 2021

Multi-storey provides both parking and secure cycle spaces

A multi-storey car park providing 278 spaces for patients and visitors has opened at the Luton & Dunstable (L&D) Hospital in Bedfordshire. The car park will also serve as a travel hub, providing secure cycle storage and showers to help encourage L&D staff to run and cycle to, from and during work.

The development is the first phase of a £150m redevelopment plan which will see hospital transformed over next five years.

David Carter, chief executive of the L&D hospital, said: “The improvements to our Emergency Department are already under-way, due for completion next year, and in the next year we will be starting building our new acute services block. This will transform our maternity, theatres, critical care and neonatal services. Our new facilities will be cutting edge – and an inspiring place for colleagues to deliver outstanding care to patients.”

The car park was opened by the leader of Luton Council, Hazel Simmons, and Simon Linnett and David Carter, the chair and chief executive of Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

The car park was opened by the leader of Luton Council, Hazel Simmons, and Simon Linnett and David Carter, the chair and chief executive of Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

The entire project cost a total of £5m, and was delivered by specialist firm HUBER Car Park Systems. The main car park superstructure uses a modular steel-frame construction, meaning the project took just six months to complete. A new road layout leading to the car park is expected improve access and reduce congestion on Lewsey Road.

Simon Linnett, the hospital’s chair, said: “We are delighted to provide such a convenient facility – right opposite the main entrance, which we know will make life easier for patients, carers and relatives. I am also particularly pleased about the facilities for staff.

“I am passionate about how we can improve our sustainability, so facilities which help col-leagues to walk, run or cycle to work are greatly welcome. It’s also great for their mental health and wellbeing to help build more activity into their lives, so that’s positive too.”

Luton_Dunstable Hospital’s travel hub opens_Parking Review_June2021

 

Fleet of foot, published in Parking News | May issue 407

During the past 12 months, construction firms have had to adapt, adjust ways of working, and deal with frequent new demands and challenges – from managing health and safety on site to supply-chain issues. Tomer Meirom, managing director of HUBER Car Park Systems UK, reflects on what has been achieved, green shoots of recovery, and the changing market (Weiterlesen…)

New headquarter in Langley

We are excited to announce that HUBER car park systems UK limited moved from Watford to our new headquarter in Langley. Our own property provides generous space for fixed and variable workstations and meeting rooms as well as storage room and parking facilities. We will expand the location in further steps.

Huber UK has two additional new directors

We are delighted to announce that as of 1 June 2020 Markus Lauble and Tomer Meirom were joined by Valentin Rüther and Arno Geis (from left to right) on the Huber car park systems UK Ltd. board of directors.

We wish them every success for the future.

Shift happens! The multi-storey car park is evolving into the mobility hub, published in Transportxtra | issue July 2020

edited by Tomer Meirom

The world around us is ever-changing. The more general shifts in our environment: climate change, urbanisation, the fusion of home and office environments (increasingly popular since the outbreak of COVID-19) have significant impact on mobility.

The use of fossil fuels is discouraged, whereas electrical mobility is encouraged. Car-sharing schemes are becoming readily available and simplified by digitalisation. The development of autonomous driving is rapidly advancing and expected to reach market soon. These developments may not stop the individual use of cars but will bring about change in the manner cars and car parks are used.

It is almost a decade since HUBER Car Park Systems first designed and built a multi-storey car park (MSCP) for the NHS. Multi-storey car parks in Wolverhampton, Stratford-upon-Avon, Leicester and Aberdeen followed. Throughout the years, these car parks have been designed to fulfil their traditional function, whilst adapting to incorporate up-to-date technological innovation, such as e-mobility, LED-lighting and advanced controllers.

In 2020, HUBER completed a second MSCP for New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton, and are mid-construction of MSCPs at Northwick Park hospital in Harrow and at Luton & Dunstable Hospital, as well as leading the design process for new MSCPs at Warwick Hospital and at Southampton Hospital.

Representing the evolution of innovations such as electric vehicles and cycling, these facilities will be more than “just” car parks, they will be “mobility hubs”. What does that actually mean?

The mobility hub is envisaged as being the mediator between off-campus transportation and on-campus mobility. The hub should enable the smooth management of traffic towards the campus and enable efficient management of users’ stream onto campus.

In a future scenario, users should leave their arrival vehicle, be it car, bike or scooter at the hub and continue by campus transportation system, maybe in the form of public autonomous transportation (POD capsules) that will distribute users arriving to the hub further on the campus.

A successful mobility hub should be located on the campus border, readily accessible by public and personal transportation. Space must be provided for all transportation methods to co-exist. Sufficient charging facilities should be provided – electric car users will expect to return to a fully charged vehicle. Future digitalisation shall allow users to communicate with the hub prior to arrival to ensure seamless parking and payment, as well as order the onward transport into the campus.

In anticipation of these changes, HUBER has introduced HUBER 360 Smart Parking. These ‘smart mobility hubs’ offer barrier-free entrance and exit, cash-free payment, dynamic pricing concepts, intelligent interactive guidance systems, intelligent parking systems (IPS), light control and e-mobility; and are designed with infrastructure which provides flexibility to incorporate further advances in digital innovation in the future.

Tomer Meirom is managing director UK of HUBER Car Park Systems
Shift happens!_ MSCP evolving into the mobility hub_published_Transportxtra_July2020

Europe’s first multi-storey steel coach and car park takes place of pride at Wembley Park, published in Construction & Civil Engineering (CCE) Magazine December issue 2019

On 21 November 2019, Quintain, the project developer, and Huber car park systems celebrated the opening of the £41 million ‘Pink Coach and Car Park’. The complex consists of two parking levels for coaches featuring 290 parking bays, as well as a five-storey car park with 734 parking bays. At full capacity, it can accommodate up to 16,500 visitors. As the suspended deck also allows for the positioning of broadcasting vehicles, Wembley Stadium intends to use the facility as a media park during Euro 2020

Safety and technology are top priorities

Pink Coach and Car Park is implemented with a 120-minute fire protection strategy: the steel construction of the coach parking area is enveloped by chambered concrete, which is highly effective in the construction of mobility hubs, and a dedicated sprinkler system.

An elaborate wayfinding system, including digital signage, assists the marshals and stewards when managing the crowds on event days. Furthermore, there is a public-address system and camera monitoring system throughout the complex. The innovative technology installed assigns coaches to free parking bays according to their length and size. ANPR automatically registers all vehicles at all entrance and exit points.

Art Façades: Pride of Wembley

Inspired by Olympic pictograms, large simple silhouettes of stars renowned for their Wembley performances, lit up by pink LED tube lights, decorate four of the ten stair core elevations. The intent of the design is to encourage the next generation of idols to become part of Wembley history.

Pride of Wembley_Article CCE Magazine_December issue