Leading Parking Engineering & Architectural Starts 2021 with a New Leadership Team, Brand, and Name

TimHaahs rebrands as THA Consulting; industry veterans assume new leadership roles at firm.

PHILADELPHIA, PA - Timothy Haahs & Associates (TimHaahs) announced today the transition to a new leadership team and a company-wide rebranding as THA Consulting, Inc. The company is a multi-disciplined engineering, architectural, and parking / mobility consulting firm that provides planning, design, engineering, consulting, and restoration services for parking and mixed-use facilities.

Industry and firm veterans Todd J. Helmer, P.E., and James M. Zullo, AICP, will lead the company as Chief Executive Officer and President. As CEO, Helmer will oversee the company’s strategic direction, client relations, and corporate management. As President, Zullo will lead business development, marketing, and study services, and serve as section leader for transit-oriented development.

“This rebranding effort reflects the evolution and growth of our firm, as well as our continued commitment to delivering creative, innovative parking solutions and exceptional client services,” said Helmer, a 25-year veteran of the firm.

“While our company’s name is changing, we are the same dedicated team of professionals with extensive experience in the unique and complex issues associated with parking planning, consulting, and the design of parking and mixed-use facilities,” said Zullo, who joined the firm 13 years ago.

The company’s rebranding will include a new website, www.tha-consulting.com, and updates to its social media channels. The changes follow the retirement of the company’s founder, President, and CEO Timothy Haahs in December.

About THA Consulting

Founded in 1994, THA Consulting, Inc. is headquartered in suburban Philadelphia with regional offices in Atlanta, GA; New Brunswick, NJ; and Miami, FL. THA’s international and national portfolio includes a diverse range of transformative, award-winning parking and mixed-use projects in the corporate, government, healthcare, higher education, development, and transit sectors.

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