Team

Every member of THP is committed to the success of our projects for all involved. Our team possesses a depth and breadth of knowledge that allows us to bring unique skill and perspective to every project.

Engineering Project Manager

Mindy Barber

P.E.

Mindy began her career with THP in 2008 as an intern while pursuing her undergraduate Civil Engineering degree from Ohio Northern University. She joined the team full time in 2011 after completing her master’s degree in Structural Engineering at the University of Cincinnati. With a broad background designing steel, concrete, and high seismic structures, her primary focus is the structural design of major healthcare structures and new parking garages. Mindy is active in the industry serving as the President-Elect of the Structural Engineers Association of Ohio and an Adjunct Professor at Cincinnati State.

Mindy is considered THP’s resident baker and enjoys baking for the office—especially her famous chocolate chip cookies. Mindy resides in College Hill with her husband, newborn son, and border collie. She grew up just a mile from her current home and is a proud alumnus of The Seven Hills School. Upon retirement, Mindy aspires to open a beachside bakery and ice cream shop in the Florida panhandle.

Most Memorable Projects

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Clinical Services Pavilion (GBBN)

Encore Urban Living Apartments and Parking Garage (Al Neyer)

The Jewish Hospital Expansion (Champlin Architecture)

Vernon Manor Office and Parking Garage (Al Neyer)

Confidential Client Manufacturing Plant Seismic Upgrades

Hobbies

Mindy’s hobbies include singing silly songs with her son, spending time with family, paddle boarding in the ocean, relaxing on the beach, jammin’ on her steel drum, playing/coaching softball, and baking.

Senior Project Coordinator

Paul Bellman

Paul completed his associate degree from the Cincinnati State Technical and Community College in Civil Engineering Technology and began his career with THP in 1995. He is an experienced technician in the management and production of project documents.

Paul grew up in Evendale, Ohio, and currently resides on a quiet street in Sycamore Township where he enjoys time with his two children, family, and friends.

Most Memorable Projects

The Banks Central Riverfront Parking Garage and Public Infrastructure Development

University of Cincinnati Temporary Pavilion Removal and Site Restoration (Hargreaves Assoc./Vivian Llambi)

The Christ Hospital Main Campus Expansion (SOM/Champlin Architecture)

Hobbies

Paul enjoys golfing, snow skiing, landscaping (especially aquatic gardens), and wood working.

Senior Restoration Project Manager

Tim Bennett

AIA, LEED AP

Tim earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati. After spending six years practicing architecture in the Chicago area, Tim returned to Cincinnati with his burgeoning family and started with THP in 2006. His primary focuses are the assessment and restoration of building envelopes of all types.

Tim nurtured his affinity for architecture by building with Legos, visiting Riverfront Stadium with his father, and touring impressive Cincinnati museum structures during grade school field trips.  He advanced his art skills at Moeller High School which resulted in many sculptures that looked suspiciously like buildings. When this sophomore art teacher suggested a career in architecture, his teenage storm clouds parted, and his goal became clear.

Most Memorable Projects

Taft Theater Emergency Parapet Restoration

Miami University Western Campus Pedestrian Bridge Renovation

PNC Tower Façade Inspections, Cincinnati, Ohio

The Ohio State University Hayes Hall Restoration

Hobbies

Tim enjoys completing home improvement projects almost to the wife’s satisfaction, shuttling children to countless sporting events, and reminiscing about the days when he had time to nap.  He looks forward to traveling with his wife during retirement, which he recently calculated was only a short 5,421 work days away.

Project Coordinator

Mike Bowling

Mike completed his associate degree from Cincinnati State Technical and Community College in Engineering Technology and began his career with THP in 2005. He is an experienced technician in the development, organization, and production of project documents.

Mike grew up in southeastern Indiana on his family’s farm and currently resides in Delhi on the west side. Most weekends he returns to Indiana to help with the farm.

Most Memorable Projects

Mercy Health West Hospital (Champlin Architecture)

University of Cincinnati Fifth Third Arena Renovation (Populous/Moody Nolan)

University of Cincinnati Teachers College/Dyer Hall Renovation (Champlin Architecture)

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center Façade Repairs, Cincinnati, OH

Hobbies

Mike likes car shows, and classic cars.

Senior Project Technician

Joseph Breadon

Joe completed a degree in Computer Design and Drafting from ITT and began his career with VT Design Solutions in 2013. He specializes in document development, BIM, and construction administration.

Joe grew up in Burlington, Kentucky, and currently resides in Walton where he enjoys the peace and quiet of the country.

Most Memorable Projects

Ziegler Park Garage and Aquatics Center (PWWG/glaserworks)

Ronald McDonald House of Greater Cincinnati (GBBN)

Salvation Army Camp Swoneky (Champlin Architecture)

Mercy Health West Hospital Medical Office Building (Champlin Architecture)

SEM Haven (Champlin Architecture)

The Banks Central Riverfront Parking Garage and Public Infrastructure Development

Hobbies

Joe enjoys golfing, hunting, fishing, weight training, and TV time with his family.

Marketing Coordinator

LeAnn Briggs

MBA

LeAnn received her MBA and graduate certificate in Marketing from the Lindner School of Business at the University of Cincinnati. She joined THP in 2016 as the Marketing Coordinator. She executes all internal and external communications with a focus on growing THP’s brand awareness. She is an active member of the Society of Marketing Professional Services and the American Marketing Association.

LeAnn is originally from Toledo and currently resides in Northern Kentucky with her goldendoodle, Walter.

Hobbies

LeAnn enjoys running full and half marathons, biking, binge-watching Netflix, and photography.

Engineering Project Manager

Jay Chamberlain

P.E.

Jay completed both his undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of Cincinnati in the fields of Civil and Environmental and Structural Engineering. He began his career with THP in 2008 as a co-op. He has design and construction experience with both reinforced concrete and steel. His structural engineering design work includes parking garages, higher education, healthcare, commercial, and federal facilities. His passion is cast-in-place, post-tensioned parking garages.

Jay is the proverbial west-sider, born and raised in Green Township. After graduating from UC, Jay took a leap of faith and bought a house in, you guessed it, Green Township, where he currently lives with his wife and young daughter.

Most Memorable Projects

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Clinical Services Pavilion (GBBN)

Ziegler Park Garage and Aquatics Center (PWWG/glaserWorks)

Seven at Broadway (Al. Neyer)

Hobbies

In his spare time, you’ll find Jay competing in triathlons, playing golf, and binge-watching stupid comedies.

Project Engineer

Tessa Cooperrider

Tessa completed her undergraduate degree at Case Western Reserve University in the field of civil engineering with a focus in pre-architecture. She began her career with THP in 2019 with a focus on building envelopes.

Tessa grew up in Loudonville, Ohio and currently resides in Cleveland, Ohio. While at Case Western Reserve University, Tessa was a setter on the varsity volleyball team for two years, the captain of the women’s club volleyball team for two years, a member of Delta Gamma fraternity, and the public relations chair for the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Most Memorable Projects

St. John’s Cathedral and Chancery Façade Survey

St. Bernard Building Envelope Condition Assessment

Hobbies

In her spare time, Tessa enjoys playing volleyball, hiking, reading, and traveling with her friends and family.

Project Engineer

Sam D’Alessio

Sam completed his undergraduate degree at Case Western Reserve University in the field of Civil Structural Engineering and began his career with THP in 2017. His primary focus is the structural design of new structures and the restoration of older structures.

Most Memorable Projects

Cincinnati Music Hall Revitalization (PWWG/Martinez + Johnson)

John Carroll University Rodman Hall Façade Restoration

University of Kentucky Tennis Facility (GBBN)

Hobbies

Sam’s favorite pastimes include playing baseball, running, biking, and rock climbing.

Senior Project Technician

Gary Donahue

Gary completed his associate degree from Pittsburgh Technical Institute in the field of CADD System Management and Architectural CADD. He began his career with THP in 1993. He is an experienced coordinator and technician in the design and production of project documents.

Gary was born and raised in West Virginia and moved to Cincinnati in the fall of 1990, after completing his degree. He currently resides in Warren County.

Most Memorable Projects

Aronoff Center for the Arts (Pelli Clark Pelli/GBBN)

Ziff Residence Stone Façade Design

Bank Tower Façade Review, Toronto, Canada

Hobbies

Gary enjoys Mountaineer football and basketball.

Restoration Project Manager

Keith Dugan

P.E.

Keith completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Cincinnati in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Keith started with THP in April 2007 after working for a residential development company. His focus with THP primarily includes condition assessments and restoration of parking garage structures, stadiums, and ballparks.

Keith was born and raised in the small town of Glouster, Ohio, and currently resides in Cincinnati with his wife and two kids.    

Most Memorable Projects

Paul Brown Stadium Concrete and Waterproofing Restoration

Great American Ball Park (HOK Sport/GBBN)

Comerica Park Waterproofing and Façade Restoration

Oriole Park at Camden Yards Concrete and Waterproofing Restoration

The Mall at Short Hills Parking Garages Assessment and Restoration

International Plaza and Bay Street Parking Garages Restorations, Tampa, FL

Hobbies

In his spare time, Keith enjoys bicycling, hiking, skiing, and spending time outdoors and with family.

Principal

Frank Ellert

P.E.

As a Principal and structural engineer, Frank is responsible for leading THP’s structural team members and creating and building client relationships. Internally, Frank works on several initiatives including his most recent initiative, working as the moderator for THP’s young professional group to empower their career development efforts.

Frank completed both his undergraduate and graduate degrees in Civil and Structural Engineering at the University of Cincinnati. He began his career at THP in 1986 focusing on concrete restoration and waterproofing projects. Building on that experience, he developed an affinity for the design of concrete structures, most notably durable parking structures.

In addition, Frank has been designing and managing Department of Veterans Affairs projects for over 20 years. His projects include work at many regional VA facilities including Cincinnati, Chillicothe, Dayton, Indianapolis, Lexington, Louisville, and Hampton, Virginia.

Frank is a lifetime resident of Cincinnati and resides in Western Hills with his wife and two sons.

Most Memorable Projects

University of Cincinnati Sheakley Athletic Complex (MSA Architects)

University of Cincinnati Nippert Stadium Renovation (ARO/Heery)

Miami University Athletic Performance Center and Indoor Sports Complex (HOK Architects)

Great American Ball Park (HOK Sport/GBBN)

Ziegler Park Garage and Aquatics Center(PWWG/glaserWorks)

Washington Park Parking Garage (BHDP Architecture)

Cincinnati Convention Center Expansion

Riverfront East Parking Garage

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center North Parking Garage

Professional and Community Involvement

American Institute of Steel Construction

American Society of Civil Engineers

Post-Tensioning Institute

Boy Scouts of America—Scoutmaster and Registered Merit Badge Counselor

Hobbies

Frank enjoys golf, shooting sports, camping, boating, and woodworking.

Project Engineer

Evan Faler

Evan completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Cincinnati in the field of Architectural Engineering and is currently pursuing his master’s degree in Structural Engineering from the University of Cincinnati while working. He began his career with THP in 2014 as a co-op. He specializes in the durability, assessment, and restoration of concrete, masonry, and steel structures.

Evan grew up in a small town south of Columbus and moved to Cincinnati in 2012. Since then, he has come to love Cincinnati for its rich community and culture. In his free time, Evan enjoys working on personal web development projects at a local coffee shop or enjoying the outdoors with his wife and goldendoodle.

Most Memorable Projects

University of Cincinnati Nippert Stadium Scoreboard Modifications

University of Cincinnati Parking Garage Assessments

Cincinnati Union Terminal Renovation (GBBN)

Ball State University Tunnel Repairs

Hobbies

Evan enjoys web and Android development, gaming, hiking, woodworking, golfing, and tennis.

Senior Restoration Project Manager

Walt Frank

Walt completed his associate’s degree at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College in the field of Civil Engineering Technology and began his career with THP in 1989. After working with THP for over 15 years, he pursued work on the construction side of the industry for 11 years and returned to THP in 2016. He specializes in the durability, assessment, and restoration of concrete, masonry, and steel structures.

Walt grew up on the west side of Cincinnati and currently resides in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, in an old farm house on 22 acres that he has renovated and added on to.

Most Memorable Projects

Capitol Campus Garage; Frankfort, Kentucky

Belterra Casino Resort Garage; Florence, Indiana

University of Cincinnati Parking Garages Assessments and Restorations

Country Club Plaza Garages; Kansas City, Missouri

Hobbies

Walt enjoys camping, motorcycle rides, FC Cincinnati games, and small remodeling projects.

Senior Principal

Mike Haney

P.E.

As a Senior Principal, Mike is on the Board of Directors for THP and acts as the Director of Business Development. In his Business Development role, he oversees the planning of THP’s business development and marketing efforts to ensure they align with THP’s strategic plan.

Mike is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. He began his career with THP in 1986 after several years in the petrochemical and power generation industries. He is experienced with the planning, design, and project management of large, complex commercial and institutional projects. He excels on projects that are developed in multiple phases and involve coordination with many private and public stakeholders.

Most Memorable Projects

The Banks Central Riverfront Parking Garage and Public Infrastructure Development

Great American Ball Park (HOK Sport/GBBN)

Lawrenceburg Mixed-Use Riverfront Development

University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital and Parking Garage (GBBN)

Kent State University Summit Street Power Plant

Dayton Power & Light J. M. Stuart and Killen Station (Various Projects)

Professional and Community Involvement

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

Association for Facilities Engineering (AFE)

Construction Specification Institute (CSI)

Allied Construction Industries (ACI)

Tristate Society of Healthcare Engineers (TSHE)

Principal

Chris Hauke

P.E.

As a Principal and restoration engineer, Chris is dedicated to meeting the needs of THP’s restoration clients. Internally, Chris focuses on streamlining THP’s project operations by balancing workload, ensuring proper project staffing, and developing and implementing project processes.

Chris earned his undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering from Vanderbilt University, and his graduate degree in Structural Engineering from the University of Cincinnati. He began his career at THP in 1999 focusing on structural design, but his focus quickly shifted to the restoration and waterproofing of existing structures. He has extensive experience in assessments, structural restoration, and waterproofing of deteriorated concrete structures and parking facilities.

Chris was raised in Brown County, Ohio, and currently resides in Milford, Ohio. For him, the sun rises and sets with his wife and two sons.

Most Memorable Projects

Simon Property Group Parking Garages Assessments and Restorations

The Taubman Company Parking Garages Assessments and Restorations

Harvard University Parking Garages Assessments and Restorations

Miami Valley Hospital Parking Garages Assessments and Restorations

City of Iowa City Parking Garages Assessment and Restoration

City of Roanoke Parking Garages Assessment and Restoration

University of Cincinnati Campus Recreation Center (Morphosis/KZF)

Great American Ball Park (HOK Sport/GBBN)

Professional and Community Involvement

American Institute of Steel Construction.

Hobbies

Chris’ hobbies include golf, photography, family trips to Cape Cod, and watching Marvel movies with his sons.

IT Support Technician

Nicholas Heath

Nicholas completed his associate’s degree at the Cincinnati State Technical and Community College in the field of Information Technology and began his career with THP in December 2015 as an IT co-op. He is THP’s go-to IT Support Technician.

Nicholas grew up in greater Cincinnati and spends his time with family when not working.

Hobbies

Nicholas enjoys playing video games, shopping, and finding time to cook.

Senior Engineering Project Manager

Walt Heckel

P.E.

Walt completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Cincinnati in the field of Civil Engineering and his graduate degree from the Purdue University in the field of Civil Engineering and Structures and joined THP in 1986. He has experience in many types of building structures, with projects ranging from commercial, retail, and mall buildings, to university and hospital conglomerations built over many years. Walt’s specialties include constructibility and unique structural solutions to challenging design constraints.

Walt is active in the Structural Engineers Association of Ohio (SEAoO) including the Education Awards; ASCE as past structural group chairman in the Cincinnati Section; and AISC contributing to Design Guide 22:  “Facade Attachments to Steel-Framed Buildings.”

Most Memorable Projects

Fort Benning Army Tank Training and Maintenance Facility (Burgess & Niple)

Riverfront Stadium Accommodations for Demolition

Hobbies

Walt spends his spare time heading a family and fixing things (mechanical), house building with Habitat for Humanity, and presenting or learning about construction projects at A/E seminars and events.

Senior Project Coordinator

Frank Hessler

Frank graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 1980 with an associate degree in Civil and Construction Engineering Technology and started his career with THP. He is proficient in the use of AutoCAD and Revit software to complete project documents, focusing on keeping the design clear, simple, and constructible. He has extensive experience in the architectural and structural detailing of steel, concrete, and precast structures, but his primary focus has become the design and functional planning of parking structures.

Frank and his wife are proud parents of three children and are enjoying watching them develop their careers. Frank is active in Greater Cincinnati BIM, AutoCAD, and AutoLISP User Groups, Boy Scouts of America, Youth Baseball Coaching, and the William Mason High School Marching Band.

Most Memorable Projects

Duke Energy Convention Center Expansion (LMN Architects/CAC)

Great American Ball Park (HOK Sport/GBBN)

Children's Hospital (Multiple Projects)

Western Kentucky University Parking Garage

Bethesda North Hospital Parking Structure (GBBN Architects)

Hobbies

In his spare time, you’ll find Frank walking, working in the yard, golfing, watching Netflix, or trying to figure out why the last Windows Update didn’t work.

Project Coordinator

Jesse Holman

Jesse completed his associate degree at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College in the field of Civil Engineering Technology. He began his career with THP as a co-op in 2006. He is an experienced technician that has worked on many noteworthy projects utilizing AutoCAD and Revit software.

Jesse grew up in Brookville, Indiana, and lives in his childhood home that he and his fiancé remodeled with the help of family. He spends his free time in his workshop tinkering on a project.

Most Memorable Projects

Cincinnati Music Hall Revitalization (PWWG/Martinez + Johnson)

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Clinical Services Pavilion (GBBN)

University of Cincinnati Nippert Stadium Renovation (ARO/Heery)

Ziegler Park Garage and Aquatics Center (PWWG/glaserworks)

Hobbies

Jesse enjoys quality time with his nieces and nephews, building and remodeling projects, wood working, wrenching on vehicles/farm equipment, kayaking, bicycling, skiing, boating, grilling, metal working, shooting sports, hunting, fishing, cooking, flying drones, survival prepping and skills, paintball, and 3D printing.

Engineering Project Manager

Fred Hussein

P.E.

Fred completed both his undergraduate and graduate degrees at Cleveland State University in the field of Civil Engineering. He is an experienced engineer that has worked on many noteworthy projects in Cleveland and the surrounding area, as well as national projects. Fred previously worked with another structural engineering firm for nine years prior to joining THP in 2017.

Fred is a member of American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), Structural Engineer Association of Ohio (SEAoO), and the Cleveland chapter of American Institute of Architects (AIA).

Most Memorable Projects

Miami University Richard Hall Renovation (CR Architecture + Design)

Cleveland Clinic Collinwood Laundry Facility

MetroHealth Brecksville Health and Surgery Center (with previous employer)

Hobbies

Fred likes to spend time with his family at the Cleveland Metroparks, the Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame, the Cleveland Science Center, and the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.

President

Jason Jones

LEED AP BD+C, P.E.

As President of THP, Jason is responsible for leading the strategic planning efforts and internal operations of the firm. As Director of Personnel, he endeavors to create a culture of collaboration and innovation that empowers the creativity and abilities of THP’s talented staff.

Jason completed both his undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of Cincinnati in the fields of Civil and Structural Engineering and began his career with THP in 1998. Stemming from his passion for the built environment, his career has been wide-ranging including structural design, restoration, and building envelope projects and even included a few years away from THP as a residential building contractor. His primary focus is the structural design of major institutional and architecturally significant projects.

Jason grew up on the west side of Cincinnati and currently resides in Mt. Adams in a home that he and his wife renovated with the help of family and friends. He is proud to say that his home has been in his family for over 100 years.

Most Memorable Projects

Cincinnati Music Hall Revitalization (PWWG/Martinez and Johnson)

University of Cincinnati Campus Recreation Center (Morphosis/KZF)

Benjamin and Marion Schuster Center for the Performing Arts (Pelli Clark Pelli/GBBN)

Rosenthal Contemporary Art Center (Zaha Hadid/KZF)

Miami University Goggin Ice Center (360 Architecture/GBBN)

Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Building 12 and 17 (Historic Renovation) (Butt Construction Co., Inc.)

Professional and Community Involvement

American Society of Civil Engineers

American Institute of Steel Construction

United States Green Building Council

Hamilton County Board of Building Standards

Artswave Campaign Cabinet

Hobbies

Jason enjoys golfing, running, biking, basketball, and remodeling projects.

Senior Principal

Bill Judd

P.E.

As a Senior Principal, Bill is on the Board of Directors for THP and is part of the strategic planning efforts of the firm. Bill is also responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the restoration staff, creating a culture where staff members can thrive and bring the best possible service to THP’s clients.

Bill has his undergraduate and a graduate degree from the University of Cincinnati in Civil and Structural Engineering. He began his career at THP in 1983 as a co-op and worked his way up through the ranks of THP. Bill enjoys consulting on the unique challenges that come with each existing structure. He focuses on structural restoration and waterproofing projects. He specializes in the assessment and restoration design of structures including parking garages, plazas, and multiple building envelope types. He has consulted on over 300 parking garage projects throughout the United States.

Bill is a lifelong Cincinnati native.

Most Memorable Projects

University of Cincinnati Parking Garages Assessments and Restorations

Kent State University Utility Tunnel Design and Restoration

University of Kentucky Parking Garages Assessments and Restorations

Cincinnati Union Terminal Renovation (GBBN)

Vanderbilt University Parking Garage Assessments

Carew Tower Façade Assessment

The Ohio State University Parking Garages Assessments and Restorations

Professional and Community Involvement

International Parking Institute

Parking Consultants Council; National Parking Association

Parksmart Advisor, USGBC/GBCI

American Society of Civil Engineers

American Institute of Steel Construction, Inc.

International Concrete Repair Institute

Society of Protective Coatings

Boy Scouts of America

Hobbies

His time away from the office is spent supporting his family’s activities or catching time for boating and fishing.

Senior Restoration Project Manager

Joe Kennedy

Joe completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Cincinnati in the field of Civil and Environmental Engineering after serving four years in the United States Marine Corps. He began his career with THP in 2001 as a co-op. Joe is experienced in structural restoration and waterproofing of new and existing buildings, parking decks, and underground structures.

Joe was born and raised in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, but moved to Harrison, Ohio, at a young age. He currently resides in New Richmond, Ohio, with his wife and four children.

Most Memorable Projects

University of Cincinnati University Park Apartments and Calhoun Street Parking Garage

Beverly Center Parking Garage Restoration, Los Angeles, CA

Miami University Underground Utility Tunnels

Hobbies

Joe enjoys hunting, archery, snowboarding, running, and backpacking.

Business Administration Lead/Controller

Tom Kriege

As THP’s Business Administration Lead/Controller, Tom manages the day-to-day accounting, financial, personnel, employee benefits, and risk management concerns. Tom is accustomed to fielding many client, corporate, and personnel matters simultaneously.

Tom attended Northern Kentucky University, where he earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees. Tom joined THP in 1999 after several years in the industry. Tom’s background in public administration and as a Mayor in a Northern Kentucky town was a good foundation for his work as THP’s Business Administration Lead/Controller.

Tom, his wife, Allison, and daughter, Hallie (along with their three cats, two hamsters, and four fish) live in Northern Kentucky.

Most Memorable Projects

Design Professionals Risk Control Group Member

Society for Human Resource Management Member

Past Mayor—Independence, Kentucky

Past Commissioner—Northern Kentucky Area Planning Commission

Hobbies

Tom likes running, biking, swimming, and fishing.

Senior Principal

Shayne Manning

LEED AP, P.E., S.E.

As a Senior Principal, Shayne is on the Board of Directors for THP and is part of the strategic planning efforts of the firm. Shayne is integral in bringing THP’s most qualified structural engineering team to each project. His significant personal involvement in the conceptual design phase is invaluable for the critical, early structural decisions, which set the stage for the project’s success.

Shayne is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the University of Cincinnati, where he earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in Civil and Structural Engineering. He began his career at THP in 1977 with the goal of growing with and being part of its development into the premier structural engineering firm in the region. He has designed more than 160 new buildings from Puerto Rico to Alaska to Asia, has undertaken more than 35 historic building and façade renovation projects, and collaborated with sculptors for numerous public displays of art.

Shayne’s design sensibility and enthusiasm for architecture include well-designed projects of all types. His true passion, however, is when there is an opportunity to be part of a project where the structure is expressed as a significant part of the architectural form. He has restored two architecturally significant homes and most recently fulfilled a longtime dream, designing and building a new home, and yes, the structure is expressed!

Most Memorable Projects

The Ascent at Roebling’s Bridge (Studio Libeskind/GBBN)

Lois and Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art (Zaha Hadid/KZF)

University of Cincinnati Campus Recreation Center (Morphosis/KZF)

University of Cincinnati Richard E. Lindner Athletic Center (Bernard Tschumi/glaserworks)

Miami University Goggin Ice Center (360 Architecture/GBBN)

Northern Kentucky University BB&T Arena (360 Architecture/GBBN)

University of Cincinnati Nippert Stadium Renovation (ARO/Heery)

Cincinnati Art Museum Renovation (glaserworks)

Professional and Community Involvement

Ohio Board of Building Standards—Structural Engineer Representative

American Society of Civil Engineers

Civil Engineering Advisory Board, University of Cincinnati (past)

ASCE Student Chapter Advisor (past)

American Institute of Steel Construction

Structural Engineer's Association of Ohio

Cincinnati Preservation Association

Mercantile Library

Green Acres Water Quality Volunteer

Green Umbrella Regional Sustainability Alliance

Hobbies

Shayne’s hobbies include reading, gardening, bonding with his dog Daisy, motorcycles, sports cars, hiking, snorkeling, and being a member of many organizations in the Cincinnati area.

Senior Principal

Dave Marshall

P.E.

As a Senior Principal, David is on the Board of Directors for THP and acts as the Director of Project Operations. In his Project Operations role, he oversees project staffing, workload forecasting, market trends, and quality control. He believes that in addition to technical experience and creativity, effective management is the key to a successful project.

David is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the University of Cincinnati, where he earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in Civil and Structural Engineering. He started at THP in 1989 as a co-op running blue line copies for THP founding partner Lou Tallerico, and his career blossomed from there. David has developed his craft on a wide array of project types including parking, healthcare, sports, commercial, and residential/mixed-use projects utilizing methods that include design-build and integrated project delivery. He is a resourceful problem-solver, able to develop simple solutions to challenging situations by employing practical and efficient engineering strategies.   

David and his wife are both lifelong residents of the west side of Cincinnati. In addition to being an avid Reds and Bengals fan, David spends most of his free time hauling his three kids around to various activities. He hopes to someday retire to Florida and work at Walt Disney World.

Most Memorable Projects

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Critical Care Building (ZGF Architects/GBBN)

Jack Cincinnati Casino and Parking Garage

University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital and Parking Garage (GBBN)

Northern Kentucky University BB&T Arena (360 Architecture/GBBN)

MadTree Brewery 2.0 (Al Neyer)

Great American Ball Park (HOK Sport/GBBN)

Encore Urban Living Apartments and Parking Garage (Al Neyer)

Nationwide Arena District McConnell Parking Garage

Cincinnati Financial Corporation Corporate Headquarters (Roth Partnership)

Professional and Community Involvement

Parking Consultants Council; National Parking Association

Green Garage Assessor; Green Parking Council

Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute

Post-Tensioning Institute

American Society of Civil Engineers

American Institute of Steel Construction

Parent-Teacher Association

Hobbies

Dave likes travel, gardening, woodworking, collecting sports memorabilia, and being a child shuttle driver.

Principal

Jason Martin

S.E., P.E.

As a Principal and structural engineer, Jason works to create and build strong client relationships for THP. Additionally, he oversees THP’s IT staff members to align their efforts with firm goals.

Jason earned an undergraduate degree from Purdue University in Civil Engineering and began his career with THP in 1996. He has designed and managed projects for new structures and renovations of commercial, industrial, manufacturing, federal, and institutional buildings. His specialty is seismic engineering including seismic evaluation and upgrades of existing structures, performance-based seismic design, sophisticated analysis to optimize structural efficiency, and design and installation of seismic damping systems.

Jason grew up in southeast Indiana and currently resides in Anderson Township. He is blessed with a wonderful wife and four energetic boys.

Most Memorable Projects

Anchorage Marriott Hotel Downtown (Archiplan International)

The Ascent at Roebling’s Bridge (Studio Libeskind/GBBN)

University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music (Pei Cobb Freed & Partners/NBBJ/Roth)

University of Cincinnati Fifth Third Arena Renovation (Populous/Moody Nolan)

Great American Ball Park (HOK Sport/GBBN)

Lewis and Clark Confluence Tower (Kennedy Associates)

Imax Theater at Newport on the Levee

Newport Aquarium (GBBN)

Confidential Client Manufacturing Plant Seismic Upgrades

University of Cincinnati Vontz Center for Molecular Studies (Frank Gehry/BHDP)

Professional and Community Involvement

American Institute of Steel Construction

American Society Civil Engineers

Anderson Township Park District (Boys Youth Basketball Coach)

Cold-Formed Steel Engineers Institute

First Baptist Church of Glen Este—Word of Life Olympians (Games)

Indiana Karst Conservancy

Maddux Runs (Parent Volunteer)

National Speleological Society

Steel Framing Alliance

Structural Engineers Association of Ohio

Western Indiana Grotto

Hobbies

In his spare time, Jason enjoys running, mountain biking, caving (spelunking), basketball, and Legos.

Senior Restoration Project Manager

Tony Mette

P.E., S.E.

Tony completed his undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of Cincinnati in the field of Civil and Structural Engineering and began his career with THP in 2001 through the co-op program. His preliminary engineering focus is in the restoration of deteriorated structures, which include historical buildings, stadiums, parking garages, and plazas.

Tony grew up on the west side of Cincinnati, a proud alumnus of LaSalle High School, and currently resides in White Oak. He keeps busy with his daughter and two boys.

Most Memorable Projects

Cincinnati Union Terminal Renovation (GBBN)

Miami University Geothermal Energy Center

Roebling Suspension Bridge Masonry Structure Restoration

Dodger Stadium Waterproofing and Façade Restoration

University of Cincinnati Parking Garages Assessments and Restorations

University of Kentucky Parking Garages Assessments and Restorations

Hobbies

Tony keeps busy with family, visiting local parks, backpacking, traveling, home remodeling projects, and experiencing the many restaurants in the area.

Principal

John Millar

LEED AP BD+C, LEED AP O+M, AIA

As a Principal and Architect at THP, John focuses his passion on the repair, restoration, and design of building envelopes. He also oversees THP’s co-op program to maximize the potential and learning of the students who work at THP.

John has earned two undergraduate degrees: Environmental Design in Architecture from North Carolina State University and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati. He joined the firm in 1996 and has held many roles along the way. John is registered architect in 10 states and is also NCARB certified. His work involves all aspects of building envelope restoration including forensic investigations, condition assessments, wall analysis, master planning, design, construction administration, field observations, building envelope commissioning, and LEED certification.

Growing up, John moved around a lot, but now calls Cincinnati home with his wife and three young kids. For John, life revolves around scouting, sports, and kids.

Most Memorable Projects

800 Broadway Building, Cincinnati, Ohio—Façade Rehabilitation

The Ohio State University Hayes Hall Restoration

Vista Place, Dayton, Ohio

University of Cincinnati Teachers College/Dyer Hall Renovation (Champlin Architecture)

Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center Façade Repairs, Cincinnati, Ohio

Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Building 65 (Butt Construction Co., Inc.)

Old St. George Stabilization and Roof Repairs

Smale Riverfront Park Waterproofing (KZF)

Dodger Stadium Waterproofing and Façade Restoration

Professional and Community Involvement

LEED EB O+M certified

LEED BD+C certified

American Institute Architects

AIA Cincinnati Vision Steering Committee

Class of 2011/2012 Vision Leadership Program

U.S. Green Building Council

RCI, Incorporated (Professional Building Envelope and Roofing Organization)

Hobbies

In his spare time, John likes to bike, ski, hike, and camp.

Chairman Emeritus

Jim Millar

LEED AP BD+C, A.I.A., P.E.

Jim is THP’s immediate past president and now serves as an advisor to THP’s Board of Directors. Jim’s love for THP and its people guided and fueled his leadership and his continued involvement with the firm.

Jim is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati where he earned his undergraduate degree in Architecture and graduate degree in Structural Engineering. He started his career at THP in 1976. Over his career, he has led many of THP’s parking garage projects and provided structural engineering and project management for large, complex healthcare and institutional projects. He shares his parking garage planning and design expertise as an instructor for the International Parking Institute’s Certified Administrator of Public Parking Program (CAPP). He has educated many institutional and municipal owners and operators of parking garages on functional design, user accommodations, durable materials, sustainability, and safety considerations.

Jim has been a member of the Boy Scouts of America for over 40 years and has received the Eagle Scout and Silver Beaver awards. He is active in the Global World Affairs Council having hosted visitors from five continents and students from Bosnia during the Bosnian War.

Most Memorable Projects

University of Cincinnati Vontz Center for Molecular Studies (Frank Gehry/BHDP)

University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music (Pei Cobb Freed & Partners/NBBJ/Roth)

University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital and Parking Garage (GBBN)

84.51 Centre (Gensler/BHDP)

Washington Park Parking Garage (BHDP Architecture)

Professional and Community Involvement

American Council of Engineering Companies

American Institute of Architects

International Parking Institute (Instructor)

Green Parking Council, Green Garage Assessor

United States Green Building Council

Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council

Boy Scouts of American, Dan Beard Council

Hobbies

Jim enjoys hiking, biking, skiing, fishing at the Outer Banks, and relaxing at his cabin on Elk Lake.

Senior Project Manager

Murray Monroe

AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Murray is an experienced Architect and Project Manager, focusing on complex and challenging civic and cultural projects. With an undergraduate Engineering degree from Stanford University and a master’s degree in Architecture from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, he is a multi-dimensional team member whose roles on various projects have included urban planner/designer, lead architect, structural designer, parking planner, and project manager.

Murray is a native of Cincinnati. He is proud to contribute to the city’s ongoing revitalization through projects that range from preserving our historic landmark buildings to pushing the limits of modern design.

Most Memorable Projects

Lois and Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art (Zaha Hadid/KZF)

The Banks Central Riverfront Parking Garage and Public Infrastructure Development

Cincinnati Music Hall Revitalization (PWWG/Martinez + Johnson)

Hobbies

Murray’s spare time is spent enjoying family, music, photography, travel, cycling, reading, and movies.

Restoration Project Manager

David Morehead

AIA

Dave received his degree in Architecture from the University of Cincinnati and joined THP in 2016 after several years in residential architecture. He is an experienced registered architect, with a focus in the restoration of building envelopes.

Dave grew up near Chillicothe, about a mile from the nearest town, but after leaving for college in the big city, he has since made Cincinnati his home. After spending the first 18 years of his career as a residential architect, his expertise in designing and improving homes is now being focused on remodeling a 1938 Tudor in West Price Hill, where he lives with his wife and two children.

Most Memorable Projects

800 Broadway Building, Cincinnati, OH—Façade Rehabilitation

Diocese of Cleveland Façade Assessments

Hobbies

Dave enjoys spending time with his family, running, cooking, eating, golfing, watching Ohio State University football, and appreciating and enjoying beautiful cars and motorcycles.

Receptionist

Mary Pat McQuaide

Mary Pat became THP’s receptionist in the summer of 2015. Mary Pat welcomes visitors to the office with a smile and helping hand. Not only does she answer the phone and direct calls, she also keeps the office running smoothly with many other responsibilities and tasks that come her way.

Mary Pat grew up on the west side of Cincinnati and still resides there with her husband and family close by.

Hobbies

Mary Pat spends her free time attending sporting events, camping, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.

Project Engineer

Sarah Patterson

Sarah completed both of her undergraduate degrees at the University of Cincinnati in the fields of Architecture and Architectural Engineering. She began her career with THP in 2017. She is a structural engineer with architectural experience in retail design. Her current career focus covers new structural design and the restoration of building façades.

Sarah grew up in a suburb of Columbus but moved to the Cleveland area following graduation to begin work with THP. She recently added to her small family, adopting a brown and orange mackerel tabby kitten.

Most Memorable Projects

Comerica Park Waterproofing and Façade Restoration

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Critical Care Building (ZGF Architects/GBBN)

Ohio University Clippinger Lab Addition

Hobbies

Sarah enjoys watching baseball, Broadway musicals, kayaking, playing oboe, and learning new languages.

Principal

Sara Peters

P.E.

As a Principal and façade engineer at THP, Sara applies her knowledge, attention to detail, team approach, and excellent communication and coordination skills to service THP’s building envelope clients. As THP’s Cleveland Office Manager, she is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the office and the scheduling and development of the Cleveland-based team members.

Sara earned her undergraduate degree in Architecture and graduate degree in Structural Engineering from the University of Cincinnati. She began her career at THP in 1992 as a co-op and was hired full time as an engineer in 1996. She left the firm in 1998 to move to Cleveland and to get married. While there, she built her reputation in the industry while with other firms but maintained contacts at THP. In 2015 she rejoined THP to open and lead the Cleveland office.  Sara’s specialty is façade restoration for both historic and modern building façades consisting of stone and brick masonry, concrete, glass and metal curtain walls, EIFS, etc.

Sara, the daughter of an Air Force officer, attended high school in Springfield, Ohio, while her father was stationed at Wright Patterson Air Force Base and Ohio has been her home since.  Sara’s spare time is devoted to her husband and two sons.

Most Memorable Projects

John Carroll University Façade and Plaza Restorations

Kent State University Building Envelopes Assessment and Restoration

Progressive Insurance Company Building Envelope Assessments and Restorations

Fifth Third Bank Building Envelopes Assessment and Restoration

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Annual Façade Surveys

Professional and Community Involvement

Masonry Society

International Concrete Repair Institute - Secretary

Building Envelope Council—Cleveland

Building Owners and Managers Association—Cleveland

Cleveland Parking Association

Hobbies

Sara enjoys being a soccer mom as well as reading, biking, and hiking.

Senior Principal

Chris Przywara

P.E.

As a Senior Principal, Chris is on the Board of Directors for THP and is part of the strategic planning efforts of the firm. Chris uses his vast experience in the appraisal, repair development, and construction support of deteriorated concrete facilities to provide senior leadership for the Restoration staff guiding their development and aligning the group with THP’s strategic plan.

He earned an undergraduate degree in Architecture from the University of Notre Dame, and a graduate degree in Structural Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Chris joined THP in 1988 to grow THP’s restoration practice after several years in the industry.  He has directed condition appraisals, master planning, and restoration or waterproofing for over 700 facilities including parking structures, stadiums, building facades, skylights, plazas, and utility tunnels.

Chris has shared his knowledge and expertise by contributing to several industry publications over the years. He has also provided numerous presentations and seminars to audiences for the International Parking Institute’s Certified Administrator in Public Parking Program (CAPP), American Historical Association, Stadium Managers Association Seminars, and APPA Conferences.

Most Memorable Projects

Ball State University Parking Garages Assessments and Restorations

Harvard University Parking Garages Assessments and Restorations

Simon Property Group Parking Garages Assessments and Restorations

The Taubman Company Parking Garages Assessments and Restorations

Kauffman and Arrowhead Stadium Waterproofing and Restoration

Oriole Park at Camden Yards Assessment and Restoration

Everbank Field Concrete and Waterproofing Repairs

Paul Brown Stadium Concrete and Waterproofing Restoration

Great American Ball Park Concrete and Waterproofing Restoration

Dodger Stadium Waterproofing and Façade Restoration

Professional and Community Involvement

American Society of Civil Engineers

International Parking Institute

Stadium Managers Association

Hobbies

Chris enjoys the simpler things and living life to its fullest.

Project Engineer

Jeremy Reis

Jeremy completed his undergraduate degree at Northern Kentucky University in the field of science with a construction management degree. He began his career with THP in 2019 with a focus in waterproofing and restoration of structures and parking garages.

Jeremy is a lifelong resident of Northern Kentucky, growing up in the Fort Thomas area and currently resides in Alexandria, Kentucky.

Hobbies

In his spare time, Jeremy enjoys being outdoors (hiking, biking, fishing, etc.), coaching his children’s sports teams and spending time with his wife Sarah and their four children.

Project Engineer

Matt Rigdon

Matt completed his undergraduate degree at Thomas More College in the field of physics with a minor in mathematics. He earned his graduate degree from the University of Cincinnati in civil engineering. Matt began his career with THP in 2019 with a focus on the structural design of new parking garages and structures.

Matt grew up in Northern Kentucky and currently resides in Covington, Kentucky.

Most Memorable Projects

Miami (Ohio) University Dormitory HVAC Renovation

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Building 33 Renovation

Hobbies

In his spare time, Matt enjoys traveling, golfing, snowboarding, camping, and playing Xbox.

Marketing Manager

Pamela Roebel

Pam establishes and guides the direction of the marketing and business development functions at THP. She is a national marketing communications award winner with 17 years of providing strategic leadership for professional services firms. Pam has a Bachelor of Business Administration in marketing and management from the University of Cincinnati and is a member of the Society for Marketing Professional Services, for which she is a Greater Cincinnati chapter past president. 

 

Pam grew up in greater Cincinnati and currently resides in her money pit in Mount Auburn, Ohio

Hobbies

In his spare time, Pam enjoys traveling and eating wonderful food. 

Project Engineer

Andy Roenker

Andy completed his undergraduate degree at Thomas More College in the field of Physics (with a minor in Mathematics) and obtained a graduate degree from the University of Cincinnati in Civil Engineering. He began his career with THP in 2017. His primary focus is the structural design of new parking garages and structures.

Andy grew up in Northern Kentucky and currently resides in Edgewood. While at Thomas More College, Andy was a pitcher on the baseball team for four years.

Most Memorable Projects

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Northern Avenue Garage Expansion

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Critical Care Building (ZGF Architects/GBBN)

Hobbies

In his spare time, Andy enjoys golfing, baseball, boating, coaching, and Fortnite.

Principal

Brad Saalfeld

P.E.

As a Principal and Structural Engineer, Brad is committed to close collaboration with the entire design and construction team to complete complex structural engineering and renovation projects. He is always working toward the betterment of the overall project. Internally, Brad focuses on streamlining THP’s project operations by balancing workload, ensuring proper project staffing, and developing and implementing project processes.

Brad earned both his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Cincinnati in the fields of Civil and Structural Engineering and began his career at THP in 1999. Over his career, he has taken on challenging projects of all types including new structures and renovations of commercial, industrial, educational, and federal buildings. The knowledge he has gained through his more complex structural engineering projects helps him to develop unique, practical solutions for all projects he engineers. He has extensive experience in the design and construction administration of significant steel and concrete buildings.

Brad grew up in Northern Kentucky and currently resides in Independence in a house that he helped design. He has a wonderful wife and four children that keep him busy when not at work.

Most Memorable Projects

Wright Patterson Air Force Base Human Performance Wing (Cannon Design)

University of Cincinnati Campus Recreation Center (Morphosis/KZF)

University of Cincinnati Richard E. Lindner Athletic Center (Bernard Tschumi/glaserworks)

The Ascent at Roebling’s Bridge (Studio Libeskind/GBBN)

Schuster Center for Performing Arts, Dayton (Cesar Pelli/GBBN)

University of Cincinnati Nippert Stadium Renovation (ARO/Heery)

Fifth Third Arena Renovation, University of Cincinnati (Populous/Moody Nolan)

Jack Cincinnati Casino and Parking Garage

Professional and Community Involvement

American Institute of Steel Construction

American Society of Civil Engineers

Structural Engineers Association of Ohio

Hobbies

Brad enjoys basketball, soccer, coaching, and building projects with family and friends.

IT Network Manager

Mike Schlosser

Mike completed his degree in 1996 from Cincinnati State Technical College in the field of Applied Sciences and began his career with THP in 2000. Before his time at THP, Mike worked in the Land Surveying field, with a primary focus in Global Positioning Systems. Mike holds multiple certifications in Information Systems.

Mike grew up on the east side of Cincinnati and attended McNicholas High School. Mike, his wife Jamie, and their two children have resided in Anderson Township for 20 years.

Hobbies

Mike serves as a Board Member for youth organizations and youth leagues, and also enjoys coaching football, cooking, and golfing.

Project Engineer

Azza Serry

Azza completed her graduate degree in civil engineering at Alexandria University in Egypt and obtained an assosiate degree in construction management at Cincinnati State. She began her career with THP in 2019 with a focus on building restoration. 

Azza grew up in Alexandria, Egypt and currently resides in Mason, Ohio.

Hobbies

In her spare time, Azza enjoys reading, spending time with her son and playing video games.

Principal

Thomas Shumate

P.E.

As a Principal and structural engineer, Tom works to create and build strong client relationships for THP. He is responsible for overseeing and leading THP’s internal team members and integrating them into the larger project teams. 

Tom completed his undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of Kentucky in the field of Civil Engineering and began his career with THP in 1996. He has designed and managed projects for new structures and renovations of commercial, healthcare, federal, and institutional buildings. His primary focus is the structural design of complex institutional projects.

Tom grew up in Fort Wright and currently resides in Independence, Kentucky. His wife, Julie, is from Marion, a small mountain town located in beautiful southwest Virginia. They have three teenage children who keep them extremely busy with all of their after-school activities and sports.

Most Memorable Projects

University of Kentucky Research Building #2 (Champlin Architecture)

Great American Ball Park (HOK Sport/GBBN)

University of Cincinnati Vontz Center for Molecular Studies (Frank Gehry/BHDP)

New Riff Distillery (glaserworks)

Professional and Community Involvement

American Society of Civil Engineers

American Institute of Steel Construction

Member of Immanuel United Methodist Church in Lakeside Park, Kentucky

Grade school basketball coach

University of Kentucky Alumni Association Lifetime Member

Hobbies

Tom enjoys fishing, hiking, skiing, basketball, softball, baseball, and home remodeling projects.

Senior Project Coordinator

Steve Tatro

After studying at the University of Cincinnati, Steve began his career with THP in 1997. Steve is an experienced coordinator and technician and is proficient in the use of AutoCAD and Revit software to produce project documents. His primary focus is large structural projects.

Steve grew up in Monroe. Ohio. After moving around awhile, he with his wife and two daughters have settled back there. They are active in their church and love volunteering in their free time.  He and his wife love the challenge of wine making and hope someday to produce it on a larger scale.

Most Memorable Projects

Benjamin and Marion Schuster Center for the Performing Arts (Pelli Clark Pelli/GBBN)

The Ascent at Roebling’s Bridge (Studio Libeskind/GBBN)

Jack Cincinnati Casino and Parking Garage

Cincinnati Union Terminal Renovation (GBBN)

University of Kentucky Research Building #2 (Champlin Architecture)

Hobbies

Steve likes to spend time with family, golf, play video games, and help others.

Administrative Assistant

Jackie Tessoff

Jackie is an experienced administrative assistant who focuses her efforts on accounts payable and receivable and other miscellaneous administrative jobs. She began her career with THP in December of 2003 and is dedicated to providing assistance to all employees. She is also a notary public.

Jackie grew up on the east side of Cincinnati, Ohio, and currently resides in the village of Amelia. She worked with several banks in Cincinnati before she joined the THP family.

Hobbies

Jackie enjoys watching her grandchildren play baseball, football, soccer, and other sporting events.

Executive Assistant

Judi Testerman

Judi joined THP in 2004 in a marketing role and after a few years transitioned into an administrative role, where she took the lead on implementing THP’s project planning and accounting software, Deltek (Vision). In addition, her primary focus is creating new and improved office processes. Judi also coordinates all of THP’s events and finds those to be her very fondest memories at THP.

Judi grew up on the east side of Cincinnati and currently resides in Milford.

Hobbies

Judi likes to spend time with her grandbabies, exercise, travel, hike, and find new wineries to enjoy.

Principal

Greg Wagner

P.E.

As a Principal and Structural Engineer, Greg utilizes his engineering expertise, attention to detail, thorough communication, and sensitivity to executing design intent to service and build relationships with THP’s clients. Internally, Greg focuses on streamlining THP’s project operations by developing and maintaining THP’s structural specifications and project standards.

Greg earned an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Cincinnati and started his career with THP in 1980. Greg has provided the structural design of numerous new and renovated, large-scale commercial, institutional, parking, and mixed-use structures. Greg is well-known in the industry for his knowledge of concrete construction and his development of efficient, buildable structures.

Greg grew up and resides on the west side of Cincinnati and is a proud alumnus of Elder High School.

Most Memorable Projects

84.51 Centre (Gensler/BHDP)

Newport on the Levee

University of Cincinnati University Park Apartments and Calhoun Street Parking Garage

University of Cincinnati Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center and Parking Garage

University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital and Parking Garage (GBBN)

Mercy Health West Hospital (Champlin Architecture)

Mercy Health Springfield Regional Medical Center (Champlin Architecture)

Professional and Community Involvement

American Concrete Institute—past president of local chapter, technical committee member

American Society of Civil Engineers

American Institute of Steel Construction

Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute

Hobbies

Greg loves to golf, travel, run, bike, hike, and spend time with his grandchildren.

Restoration Project Manager

Brad Walker

Brad attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Architecture. He joined THP in 2008 shortly after graduation. His primary focus is the assessment and restoration of structures and building envelopes.

Brad was born and raised on the east side of Cincinnati and currently resides in Anderson Township, Ohio.

Most Memorable Projects

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center's Lincoln Avenue Building Restoration

Harvard University Soldier's Field Parking Garage Restoration

Vanderbilt University Parking Garage Assessments

Hobbies

Brad enjoys golfing, running, and remodeling projects.

Business Development Manager

John Wellinger

John completed his degree from Bowling Green State University in the field of Journalism/Public Relations and began his career with THP in 2005 after holding several sales and marketing positions with BASF and 3M. As THP’s Business Development Manager he is responsible for creating project and teaming opportunities with architectural firms and design-build contractors and for providing restoration engineering solutions for building, parking facility, and stadium managers throughout the United States.

He serves as a board member for the Design Build Institute of America-OVR and is active in the Stadium Managers Association, the International Facility Managers Association, the International Parking Institute and the Society for Marketing Professional Services.

Hobbies

John enjoys golfing, running, biking, basketball, and remodeling projects.

Senior Principal

Randy Wilson

P.E.

As a Senior Principal, Randy is on the Board of Directors for THP and acts as the Director of Project Operations. In his Project Operations role, Randy oversees the company’s business administration, IT, and legal departments and addresses safety concerns to ensure the efficient operation of the firm.

Randy is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of the University of Cincinnati, where he earned an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering and a graduate degree in Structural Engineering. He started his career with THP in 1979 and specializes in structural design and project management for major commercial and institutional facilities. Randy is well-known for his ability to conceptualize complex structural issues and develop efficient, unique, and constructible solutions. He works closely with his clients to integrate structural designs and details with architectural and project requirements.

Randy also uses his knowledge and expertise to serve as a consultant for building demolition and implosion, where he works in conjunction with demolition experts on razing structures.

Most Memorable Projects

Duke Energy Convention Center Expansion (LMN Architects/CAC)

Great American Ball Park (HOK Sport/GBBN)

Macy's Department Store, West Palm Beach, FL

Cooper River Bridge Demolition, Charleston, SC

Aronoff Center for the Arts (Pelli Clark Pelli/GBBN)

Jack Cincinnati Casino and Parking Garage

Benjamin and Marion Schuster Center for the Performing Arts (Pelli Clark Pelli/GBBN)

Professional and Community Involvement

American Society of Civil Engineers

American Institute of Steel Construction

Hobbies

Randy enjoys fixing things around the THP offices.

Project Engineer

Zach Wolcott

Zach completed his undergraduate degree from the University of Cincinnati in the field of Civil Engineering with a minor in Professional Selling and began his career with THP in 2018. His primary focus is the restoration of building structures.

Zach grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and currently resides in the Sycamore area with his wife. While at the University of Cincinnati, Zach was a diver on the UC Swimming and Diving team for four years.

Most Memorable Projects

Confidential Client Manufacturing Plant Site Surveys

Hobbies

Zach enjoys playing soccer, diving, and traveling.

Senior Project Engineer

Ken Wurzelbacher

P.E.

Ken completed his undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of Cincinnati in the field of Civil Engineering and Structural Engineering. He began his career with THP as a co-op in 2008 and came on full time in 2012. His primary focus is structural design for new and deteriorated structures.

Growing up in Cincinnati gave him an appreciation for historic structures and the stories behind them. He is proud to be a part in the renaissance of restoration and renovation both in Cincinnati and beyond.

Most Memorable Projects

Cincinnati Music Hall Revitalization (PWWG/Martinez + Johnson)

Cincinnati Union Terminal Renovation (GBBN)

The Global Tree Project at Holy Cross Church

University of Cincinnati Nippert Stadium Renovation (ARO/Heery)

Hobbies

Ken is a member of local historic preservation groups CPC (Cincinnati Preservation Collective) and CPA (Cincinnati Preservation Association). He also enjoys taking part in local community groups, discussions, and events within the urban basin.

Principal

Jun Ye

P.E.

As a Principal and Structural Engineer, Jun is committed to collaboration with all parties to achieve the overall project goal and is dedicated to designing high-quality structures that meet the needs of the clients.

Jun is a native of China. He earned his undergraduate degree from Tongji University in Shanghai. He came to United States in 1995 and received his master’s degree from the University of Cincinnati in the field of Civil Engineering. Jun began his career with THP in 1997. Since then, Jun has designed and managed many projects ranging from the healthcare, parking garage, institution, residential and industrial industries, both new buildings and renovations. He specializes in concrete structures, and also has a strong interest in seismic engineering.

Jun resides in Mason with his wonderful wife and two great children. He loves sports and dreams becoming a sports commentator on American football for the Chinese after retirement.

Most Memorable Projects

The Banks Central Riverfront Parking Garage and Public Infrastructure Development

Great American Ball Park (HOK Sport/GBBN)

Newport on the Levee

The Christ Hospital Main Campus Expansion (SOM/Champlin Architecture)

Cincinnati Financial Corporation Corporate Headquarters (Roth Partnership)

Miami University North Parking Garage (360 Architects)

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Kasota Parking Garage and Office Building

Mercy Health West Hospital (Champlin Architecture)

Cincinnati Public Library – Reading and St Bernard (Champlin)

DTE—Marietta Power Plant (Fosdick & Hilmer)

Professional and Community Involvement

American Society of Civil Engineers

American Institution of Steel Construction

Structural Engineers Association of Ohio

Hobbies

Jun enjoys basketball, sudoku, Chopin, hiking, and traveling with his family.

Leaders

Frank Ellert

P.E.

Principal

Mike Haney

P.E.

Senior Principal

Chris Hauke

P.E.

Principal

Jason Jones

LEED AP BD+C, P.E.

President

Bill Judd

P.E.

Senior Principal

Tom Kriege

Business Administration Lead/Controller

Shayne Manning

LEED AP, P.E., S.E.

Senior Principal

Dave Marshall

P.E.

Senior Principal

Jason Martin

S.E., P.E.

Principal

John Millar

LEED AP BD+C, LEED AP O+M, AIA

Principal

Jim Millar

LEED AP BD+C, A.I.A., P.E.

Chairman Emeritus

Sara Peters

P.E.

Principal

Chris Przywara

P.E.

Senior Principal

Brad Saalfeld

P.E.

Principal

Thomas Shumate

P.E.

Principal

Greg Wagner

P.E.

Principal

Randy Wilson

P.E.

Senior Principal

Jun Ye

P.E.

Principal

Team

Mindy Barber

P.E.

Engineering Project Manager

Paul Bellman

Senior Project Coordinator

Tim Bennett

AIA, LEED AP

Senior Restoration Project Manager

Mike Bowling

Project Coordinator

Joseph Breadon

Senior Project Technician

LeAnn Briggs

MBA

Marketing Coordinator

Jay Chamberlain

P.E.

Engineering Project Manager

Tessa Cooperrider

Project Engineer

Sam D’Alessio

Project Engineer

Gary Donahue

Senior Project Technician

Keith Dugan

P.E.

Restoration Project Manager

Evan Faler

Project Engineer

Walt Frank

Senior Restoration Project Manager

Nicholas Heath

IT Support Technician

Walt Heckel

P.E.

Senior Engineering Project Manager

Frank Hessler

Senior Project Coordinator

Jesse Holman

Project Coordinator

Fred Hussein

P.E.

Engineering Project Manager

Joe Kennedy

Senior Restoration Project Manager

Tony Mette

P.E., S.E.

Senior Restoration Project Manager

Murray Monroe

AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Senior Project Manager

David Morehead

AIA

Restoration Project Manager

Mary Pat McQuaide

Receptionist

Sarah Patterson

Project Engineer

Jeremy Reis

Project Engineer

Matt Rigdon

Project Engineer

Pamela Roebel

Marketing Manager

Andy Roenker

Project Engineer

Mike Schlosser

IT Network Manager

Azza Serry

Project Engineer

Steve Tatro

Senior Project Coordinator

Jackie Tessoff

Administrative Assistant

Judi Testerman

Executive Assistant

Brad Walker

Restoration Project Manager

John Wellinger

Business Development Manager

Zach Wolcott

Project Engineer

Ken Wurzelbacher

P.E.

Senior Project Engineer