US based Boomerang Systems has announced that it will use its advanced RoboticValet Parking system to supply 226 parking spaces at the Grand Hotel located in Hollywood Beach, California.
The development of the Grand Hotel will be taken up by Canada based real estate developer, Liberty Sites.
The building for the Hotel has been designed by the lead architect and designer of the real estate company, Paula Villabona. The design will include both hotel room and condominiums with sophisticated interior designs. The proposal for the project was submitted to the City of Hollywood during December 2011. Breaking ground and construction is expected to commence by this summer.
According to Moses Bensusan, the CEO of Liberty Sites, the project for Grand Hotel is a combination of contemporary and modern designs and only the best interior design systems are being used for the project. Boomerang Systems was chosen after careful consideration and comparison of its robotic parking systems with other systems in the market. The RoboticValet parking system has many advantages over other systems as customers are likely to make full use of such an advanced system. Implementation of the robotic parking system is likely to commence during the later part of this year.
Boomerang Systems specialises in the sale, design, engineering, manufacture, installation and support for its range of automated parking systems and self storage systems.