TimHaahs President, Timothy Haahs, PE, AIA, recently wrote an article for IPMI’s Parking & Mobility on the future of parking. In the article, Tim offers the “realist” perspective on the future of parking, transportation, and mobility, as these topics have taken center stage in the media, among technologists, and for any number of analysts and experts. He also offers a deep dive into where parking and mobility are going and […]
Check out this latest article from TimHaahs’ own Timothy Haahs, PE, AIA and Javier Sanchez, AIA on the new Design District Museum Garage in Miami, FL. TimHaahs served as the Architect of Record for this project, and this article discusses the many complex and unique strategies applied throughout the design, management, and construction of this signature garage. Click here to read the article published in The Parking Professional.
The International Parking Institute’s monthly publication The Parking Professional recently featured an article written by TimHaahs’ Senior Parking Consultant, Vicky Gagliano, LEED AP, on digital permit systems. The article was featured in IPI’s August 2015 issue. The article discusses the benefits of digital permitting (electronic or paperless permitting). Digital permitting is convenient, safe, financially savvy, and saves a lot of time. Gone are the days of decals and hang tags! Click here […]
TimHaahs’ Parking Database is a great resource for all of your parking-related questions. With information related to planning, studies, design, construction, and operations and management, the Parking Database provides a wide variety of information related to parking planning, design, and management. TimHaahs’ parking specialists understand the many complex issues related to parking planning, design, and management. We have combined our research and first-hand knowledge of many of these issues into this […]
The International Parking Institute’s monthly publication The Parking Professional recently featured a column written by TimHaahs’ Director of Corporate Development and the Green Parking Council’s (GPC) new Marketing Chair, Megan Leinart, LEED AP BD+C, on marketing green parking in today’s social media age. The column was featured in IPI’s March 2015 issue. The column discusses 2015 being a pivotal milestone for green and sustainable parking. The first class of certified […]
Ascent Magazine recently profiled TimHaahs President, Timothy Haahs, PE, AIA as the featured architect in their Winter 2015 issue. Ascent Magazine is a publication of the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) and is a great resource for architects and other stakeholders throughout the buildings industry. The article tells Tim’s unique story – making the most of a second chance at life following two heart transplants, how that adversity became a catalyst […]
Check out this great interview on FutureStructure with TimHaahs’ Rachel Yoka, editor of the new book Sustainable Parking Design and Management. TimHaahs is excited about the new book and wants to thank the many authors who contributed to its success, including our very own Vicky Gagliano and Megan Leinart.
Are worth waiting for, right? Sometimes you work on something for a really long time. We have a project like that (36 months, 4 days, 17 hours and 15 minutes it took, I believe) that’s just reached the finish line: Sustainable Parking Design and Management: A Practitioner’s Handbook. Read the full article on the Parking Matters Blog
The Hamilton Square development in Philadelphia serves as a testament to the impact of strategic parking planning in an urban campus environment. But it also contains lessons learned regarding sustainability in the built environment. Located in a once blighted area of West Philadelphia, the University of Pennsylvania (Penn) utilized the Hamilton Square project to integrate parking and retail, creating a more sustainable and attractive community to serve its students, as […]
There are plenty of inspirational sayings on teamwork that are often applied to consulting and project work. These are frequently referenced in requests for proposals (RFPs) for studies, design, and construction. Clients and owners, understandably, want to hire firms and teams that have successful prior project experience. The flip side is that as architects and engineers, we prefer to work with other firms we trust and with whom we have […]
Atlantic City is well known for its exciting atmosphere, vibrant nightlife, and boardwalk that’s alive with casinos, shops, and restaurants. People from all over the world visit the city to gamble, play on the beach, and experience an affordable and family-friendly alternative to Las Vegas. There’s no doubt that Atlantic City is a great destination for a quick weekend getaway or a long summer vacation. As is the case with […]