The assignment was to build a parking facility on a tight construction site in downtown Evanston, Illinois. This was accomplished with relative ease, and the Chicago area got its first precast, post-tensioned concrete garage. The structure is made of precast concrete columns and tee beams. The tees and cast in place concrete deck slabs were post-tensioned. The foundation used poured in place caissons to hardpan. Precast concrete columns and tee beams were shipped by rail from Nebraska to a storage yard 3 miles from the construction site. Final delivery was by truck. Finally, the cast in place post-tensioned decks were poured between beams. Forming was a combination of vertical and horizontal shoring, with some of the form load carried by bolts hung from the tee flangs. Because of the restricted site, the concrete was pumped into place. There was no room around the site for a crane and the volume of work was too small for conveyors. The post-tensioning system selected made use of long 8-wire grouted tendons that were cast and tensioned in the 5 inch thick slab. Temperature tendons were placed at 4 foot intervals in the opposite direction to minimize shrinking. As a result, the decks are virtually crack free.