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NORTH DAKOTA STATE CAPITOL PARKING STRUCTURE FEASIBILITY STUDY
Bismarck, ND

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  • North Dakota State Capitol Parking Structure Feasibility Study | Needs Assessment Study
  • North Dakota State Capitol Parking Structure Feasibility Study | Needs Assessment Study
  • North Dakota State Capitol Parking Structure Feasibility Study | Needs Assessment Study
  • North Dakota State Capitol Parking Structure Feasibility Study | Needs Assessment Study
  • North Dakota State Capitol Parking Structure Feasibility Study | Needs Assessment Study
  • North Dakota State Capitol Parking Structure Feasibility Study | Needs Assessment Study
  • North Dakota State Capitol Parking Structure Feasibility Study | Needs Assessment Study

As a part of an ongoing initiative to improve the grounds of the North Dakota State Capitol, Klein McCarthy Architects was hired to explore in detail the feasibility of building a parking structure on the west side of the Capitol building. The proposed parking structure includes space for more than 500 vehicles on two levels structure providing additional parking spaces for the legislature and building visitors. The project also proposes a legislative mall consistent with the Capitol Grounds Masterplan and a new West Entry providing direct access from the parking structure to the Capitol building.