New structures were needed to alleviate the shortage of on-site parking at Silicon Valley’s Mineta San Jose International Airport. Utilizing precast concrete saved the team four months of construction time, vastly improving the project’s budget and schedule. The new 341,000-foot parking structure holds 1,150 stalls with entry and exit lanes to improve traffic flow. The structure includes infrastructure for almost 100 EV charging stations as well as the ability to implement solar panels. This project was Phase II of the airport’s parking solution. Phase I was the previously completed ConRAC Parking Structure in 2009.