Considering disaster sensitivity especially in developing large-scale, multiple-use parking structures, we propose dual-surveillance based SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) networks modeled from Generalized Honeycomb Tori -i.e. GHT(m,n,0)/GHT(m,n,n/2), which are proved 1-edge hamiltonian if n≥4; 1p-hamiltonian if n≥5 or m=2, n≥4, m and n can be specified in a node matrix for a parking structure. These networks are optimal-degree and have nodes '/links 'fault-tolerance. They are aimed to be spatially integrated with the helix circulation. Their sequential-order hamiltonicity can benefit systematical maintaining/repairing in parking structures. Moreover, they can benefit energy saving, human-center image and safety/security owing to their efficiency and reliability. Besides, referring to NFPA parking code, instead of the sprinkler, such highly reliable security systems can potentially be adopted as alternative fire-protection methods to prevent water damages; hence, they can help provide flexible land-uses, including logistic distributing places. Therefore, their adaptability and reliability can benefit sustainable urban development.