Mr. Mekbib has a solid understanding of all aspects of managing large parking facilities. He has been Managing Director of Pacific Park since 1995 during which time he has been instrumental in increasing both the profitability and customer service of the company’s operations. Early on in his career from 1986 through to 1989, Mr. Mekbib worked at Pro Park Corporation—first as a valet attendant, then working his way up to a supervisor and eventually a location manager. In 1986 he was hired by Park Express, Inc. as an Area Manager where he remained until 1995. During his time there he was in charge of all aspects of marketing and managing ten separate facilities. In this capacity he also established and managed a shuttle bus service throughout the financial district of San Francisco. Today, Behailu’s strong interpersonal skills help to hone the company’s culture so as to stay focused on our customers. He oversees the day to day operations of the company where he is truly a force behind ensuring that a “Superior Customer Service” attitude always exists. Given his exceptional interpersonal skills and outstanding rapport with local service providers and Unions alike– Mr. Mekbib stays focused on delivering a high standard of service throughout the company’s operations.

A notable and recent achievement of his is at the Oakland International Airport where he played an important role in the evaluation of off-airport parking and its effects on the on-airport parking operations. Here he provided an analysis to the administration of the Airport that showed the large volume of off-airport parking and the large disparity in rates compared that of the on-airport parking operations. In so doing his analysis demonstrated what would need to be done to achieve improved revenues through further downward rate adjustments. This demonstrated that further adjustments to the on-airport rates would merely result in further erosion of revenues.

In January 2011 PPM took control of the San Francisco International Airport’s “Curb side Management Program.” Here, Behailu project managed the transition of over 90 unionized staff members while at the same time successfully negotiating a new labor agreement with the existing Union local 665.