CityLift Parking designs, manufactures, installs, and services automated car parking systems that reduce the building’s parking footprint and can typically be done at a cost comparable to conventional parking structures. CityLift is headquartered in Oakland, CA, and Singapore, with offices in Los Angeles, Boston, Seattle, and New York.
The CityLift Team is unique in the automated parking industry, offering a fully vertical integrated supply chain and manufacturing model.
Our team-based approach means our business development, design, engineering, operations, and support teams are aligned within a single organization for maximum innovation and superior parking solutions for our customers.
As the CEO of CityLift, Kasey is responsible for the overall direction and day to day management of the company. Kasey joined CityLift originally as a part of the operations team, quickly progressing to take additional responsibilities he eventually took over as SVP of Operations leading the entire Operations, Special Projects and Service & Maintenance divisions within CityLift. Kasey’s construction career began with hands-on work as a carpenter, welder, and field engineer. He continued to pursue his love for the industry taking on roles in Project Management, Estimating, and Operations with several regional General Contractors. Additionally, he served as VP of Commercial Construction and President of Development for a large fully integrated Construction and Development Company based in Texas with work all over the Southwestern United States. Most recently, he was the VP & Global Head of Real Estate, Facilities & Construction for Solera Holdings, a Global $2B technology company where he managed a portfolio of more than 2MM sqft of office space in more than 30 countries around the world. Kasey and his family, including his incredible wife and their five children, are based in the Fort Worth, Texas area where they enjoy spending time together in their church and community.
As CityLift Technologies, President of Asia Pacific, Brandon oversees CityLift’s Technology and Manufacturing company in Singapore. Before his current role, Brandon served as the Chief Product Officer and CIO for CityLift while overseeing manufacturing and supply chain operations in the Asia Pacific region. Brandon came to CityLift in 2017 after serving multiple senior Technology leadership roles in ConocoPhillips and Chevron focused on complex, time-sensitive Technology transformation initiatives in production and manufacturing. Brandon brings over 25 years of Technology and leadership experience to CityLift’s executive team and holds an MBA from Norwich University.
Peter is responsible for overseeing CityLift’s financial strategy as well as its accounting, risk management, treasury and investor relations functions. Prior to joining CityLift, Peter was a Vice President at Dundon Capital Partners. Peter began his career as a financial analyst at Citigroup in Houston, TX before moving to New York City where he spent the last 6 years investing in private companies in the energy and industrial spaces. Peter holds a BA in Finance from The University of Texas at Austin.
Mike has a 25-year proven record in direct sales, channel sales, and executive management and joined CityLift full time in June as the Vice President of Sales. Previous to joining CityLift, Mike spent 16 months consulting for Digital Realty Trust (DLR) – a world leader in the data center space, and prior to that co-founded a data center infrastructure monitoring business focused on UPS and battery backup power systems where he helped build a profitable global business over 6 years and then successfully sold it to a private equity firm in June of 2012. Prior to Canara, Mike was responsible for growing several successful enterprise software/hardware startups such as Data Power Monitoring Corporation, Alternative Systems, Vastera (successful IPO in 2000), and Qiva by building direct and channel sales efforts.
Sean has spent the majority of his 20+ year career in direct sales and sales leadership working with construction technologies. Previous to joining CityLift, Sean spent 18 months as the National Sales Director of Construction Robotics – an industry leading robotics and automation solution provider, prior to that he served as Vice President at Kingston Block and Manufacturing – a revolutionary masonry material manufacturer. Before the opportunity arose to work with cutting edge or disruptive technologies, he was serving the construction industry through education and specification of materials working with the A/E community and project leadership.
Kevin has extensive Engineering and Construction experience that brings a unique perspective and knowledge to CityLift. Prior to working for CityLift, Kevin spent the previous 7+ years working for a Bay Area based steel fabricator and erector, managing projects across California. Before that, Kevin worked for a startup construction technology company with projects located around the United States and Canada where he had transitioned from a well-respected structural engineering firm. Additionally, Kevin earned the Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering at California Polytechnic State University, also passing the Professional Engineer Exam.
Christopher has been in the construction and development industries for over twenty years. The majority of his experience has been in medium to large scale projects and team management. He provides oversight and management of all construction operations, controls, policies and procedures, managing staffing requirements, and is responsible for ensuring communication and efficiency across our services. Chris works with our project teams to determine project costs then sets and maintains the overall budget and schedule. Chris levers his technical history and experience analyzing project drawings and plans, to ensure that all estimates are accurate, complete, and in full compliance with the scope of work. Chris ensures seamless construction management across all phases from conception to completion, while maintaining quality and integrity with CityLift management processes, resolving major construction related issues, providing overall assurance, and seeking ways to expedite field operations.
Jody Lamb has spent his career in the Construction, Service and Facilities management industries. His time in construction has been spent in both residential and commercial construction with emphasis in metal framing, drywall, and administrative work. His work in service spans the Telecommunications, IT and Technical Engineering industries. Before joining CityLift, Jody served as Head of Facilities – Americas for Solera Inc., a Global Software Company and Managed the Wells Fargo Admin Facilities Portfolio in Salt Lake City, Utah for JLL.
CityLift’s top priority is the safety of everyone involved in the manufacturing, construction, installation and service of the systems, as well as all management, tenants, and guests who use the system. We hope to demonstrate that semi-automated parking systems are as safe — if not safer — than traditional parking structures.
Our teams follow all of the best practices for safety for each and every client. Citylift’s automated parking systems are designed with several safety advantages for the users and property managers, when compared to conventional parking structures.
In recent years, numerous studies have shown that concrete is responsible for 4 to 8% of the world’s CO2, outranked only by coal, oil and gas in emissions. Concrete is also responsible for about 10% of the world’s industrial water use.
Fortunately, our innovative Puzzle Lift car stacker systems are built primarily out of steel. Most of the steel installed in our current projects is recycled, and modern steel is nearly 100% recyclable.
Urban planners expect that many of today’s concrete parking structures will be repurposed as our cities grow. As urbanization continues and we develop better, faster, and cleaner ways to get around our cities, many existing conventional parking structures will be torn down and redeveloped into housing, office, and retail space.
Concrete parking garages are more difficult and costly to repurpose than Puzzle Lifts, which we build on free-standing steel frames that are not attached to building columns. In addition, Puzzle Parking Systems can save anywhere from 40 to 80% of space.
CityLift Parking designs, manufactures, installs, and services automated parking systems. CityLift is headquartered in Oakland, CA, with offices in Dallas, Los Angeles, Boston, and Singapore.
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