We solve parking challenges


About CityLift

Parking systems you can count on

CityLift Parking designs, installs, and services automated parking systems that reduce the footprint needed for parking and can typically be done at a lower cost per space than conventional parking. CityLift is headquartered in Oakland, CA and has offices in Los Angeles, Boston, and Portland.

Our Team

A dedicated experienced team

With over 185 years of combined experience, our team has the experience and insight to save you more space and money than you’d ever imagine.




Spaces Installed


Combined Experience

Executive Team

Scott Gable


With over 28 years of real estate and business operations experience, Scott serves as CityLift’s Chief Executive Officer. Prior to creating CityLift, Scott served as Chief Operating Officer for Starwood Waypoint Residential Trust where he played a key role in establishing the single family rental industry as an institutional asset class—eventually taking the company public in 2014. Previous to this, Mr. Gable was with Wells Fargo Bank where he helped create the home equity lending business and ultimately served as its EVP of Operations across the United States. Scott began his career with Booz Allen & Hamilton where he consulted on operations and strategy for consumer products, entertainment, and retail companies—eventually becoming a principal. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and an AB in International Relations from Stanford University.

Terence Chen

Chief Engineer

Terence comes to CityLift with 17 years of engineering expertise. He is an expert in manufacturing and field installation and currently serves as Chief Engineer for CityLift Parking. Prior to CityLift, Terence was Technical and Quality Director of Snap-on’s Asia Pacific Region where he created robust quality and warranty systems to support fast growth in the vehicle lift, tire changer, wheel balancer, and aligner verticals. Terence began his career with FCI as a process engineer leader setting up a new automotive harness manufacturing facility. Terrence holds a Master Degree in Engineering from Suzhou University and a Bachelor Degree in Mechanical and Lift Engineering from Shanghai Maritime University.

Brandon Richardson

Chief Product Officer

As CityLift’s Chief Product Officer, Brandon oversees the Technical, Supply Chain and the Service Organizations. Prior to CityLift, Brandon served as the Alaska Regional IT Manager for ConocoPhillips where he played a key role in technologically transforming the region through advanced analytics and modernization initiatives. Prior to ConocoPhillips, Brandon served in numerous leadership roles within Chevron developing enterprise strategies, driving control system integration and overseeing global ERP deployments. Brandon begin his career 21 years ago, as an officer in the US Army implementing innovative solutions in some of the most hazardous environments in the world. He holds an MBA from Norwich University and a BA in Political Science from Texas State University, San Marcos.

Clifford Schuch, CPA

Chief Financial Officer

Cliff is responsible for the financial, administration, and risk management functions at CityLift. Cliff brings with him 30 years of construction experience in accounting and financial systems, treasury and risk management. His extensive experience includes managing the financial and accounting affairs of general contractors, specialty trade contractors as well as a thorough understanding of the interrelationship between project administration and forecasting and financial performance of the Company. His management work history includes tenure at Hathaway-Dinwiddie Construction Company, S. J. Amoroso Construction Company, and D. W. Nicholson Corporation. Cliff holds a degree in Business Administration from University of California, Berkeley.

Jason Laub

SVP, Operations

Jason was recently COO for Rad Urban, a modular construction company focused on manufacturing and building high rises. Jason has led construction on projects that have utilized CityLift automated parking systems in the past, as well as building the first fully automated parking system on the West Coast at the UCLA Medical Center. He has developed and/or built nearly $600MM of real estate in his career in the multifamily, mixed-use and commercial real estate and construction sectors in Southern California and the San Francisco Bay Area in his 20-year career. Jason graduated from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo with a B.S. in Construction Management and a Business Minor. Jason is a Licensed California General Contractor, a California Licensed Real Estate Broker, and a LEED Accredited Professional. He is a Planning Commissioner for the City of Concord, CA.

Dave Taylor

SVP, Sales

Dave is responsible for the development, implementation and alignment of company-wide efforts to better serve our clients’ unique needs. By ensuring that a commitment to excellence resonates at all levels within the organization, his unwavering focus is on continual process improvement and delivering the ideal client experience. With 14 years of leadership experience in the building management systems and mechanical service industries along with 15 years leadership experience in the automotive industry, Dave is highly attuned to the challenges facing today’s developers, facility owners and managers. His expertise is repeatedly demonstrated through the development of best-in-class practices and high-performing teams that adhere to the highest standards of client service. Dave earned his Bachelor’s degree in business administration from Cal State San Bernardino. He holds NICET, Sigma Six Black Belt, and Lean certifications.

Mike Brinck

SVP, Strategic Accounts

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.