Portfolio Website ▪︎ Adam Troidl, LEED® AP

sps_pm_pageThe foundation of our success at Screen Porch Studio relies on taking the creative spark of design and organizing these bursts of energy into a well thought out project that meets the needs of our clients. Owner Adam Troidl is personally involved in all projects and enjoys applying years of experience managing all types of projects. Current project management work includes graphic design, signage, and websites. Past work includes software solutions, architectural design, and construction management. Managing and designing projects from a graphic report cover to the largest green building ever built in Maine requires a range of people skills and technical sophistication. These many experiences bring contact with individuals and small businesses, as well as dealings with large corporations and governments. Adam is as comfortable one-on-one with a small client as he is in the corporate boardroom.

The bullet points below demonstrate a wide range of project experience to show that Adam and Screen Porch Studio are prepared and capable to deliver your project on-time and on-budget. In addition to work experience, Adam obtained an Agile Project Management Certificate in 2016 through the Professional Development Program of the University of Southern Maine.

 

 Screen Porch Studio, Freeport, Maine

  • Delivering professional communication and project management services to all clients
  • Project manager of $550,000 signage scope for one of the largest current healthcare projects in Northern New England
  • Providing visual communication design on website, graphic, print, and signage design projects

 

MaineGeneral Medical Center, Augusta & Waterville, Maine

  • Managed construction activities for MGMC at all levels of value and complexity, including a new LEED Gold, 640,000 sf, $320 million replacement hospital and a $16 million redesign of an existing Hospital into an outpatient center
  • Project oversight of design process from project inception – defining scope, interfacing with stakeholders, and coordinating design efforts with architects, engineers, and consultants
  • Performed cost estimating, scheduling, coordination, and problem solving
  • Management team member for the New Regional Hospital, the first full Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) method project in the Northeast, now called the Alfond Center for Health
  • Developed an industry-leading software solution to integrate Building Information Models (BIMs) with facilities management software
  • Regional and national speaker on the topic of BIM integration
  • Owner’s representative for LEED Certification, through team collaboration the project achieved LEED Gold, exceeding goal of Silver
  • Project lead for redevelopment of Thayer campus into a comprehensive outpatient center, again using the collaborative IPD approach, this time tailored to a smaller renovation
  • Comprehensive management role from 2011-2014

 

Bath Iron Works, Brunswick, Maine

  • Design role included modeling, visualization, and documenting & detailing for ship construction drawings and computer aided manufacturing
  • Member of ship-wide design control review team for quality assurance peer reviews and preparing presentations for both internal and U.S. Navy reviews
  • Resolved design related problems encountered during ship construction and coordinated multiple trades and systems
  • 14 month tenure in 2010-11

 

Architectural Resources, Buffalo, New York

  • Managed projects to meet objectives on time and within budget, working on nearly $50 million worth of architectural design projects
  • Designed, detailed, and documented using CAD & BIM software
  • Led client, consultant, and construction-phase meetings to facilitate an integrated design-build process
  • Active in all stages of project development from proposal creation through completion of construction – including code review, contractor scheduling, issue resolution, and finances
  • Tenure including marketing, project management, and architectural design ran from 2003-2009