Senior Vice President, Regional Manager
1300 N. 17th St., Suite 250 Arlington, VA 22209
Troy Wilson’s career has spanned 30-years as a construction industry professional, with extensive experience in all facets of project management and construction consulting for general contractors, large commercial and governmental clients in the United States, Middle East and Africa. He has worked on consulting projects and disputes involving delay claims, cost claims, repair estimates and inspection services.
Prior to his joining J.S. Held, Troy was a General Manager with Aditya International, where he was responsible for on-site management and administration of multiple multi-million dollar construction projects throughout North Central Florida. His duties included quality assurance, schedule evaluation and management, safety, progress and payment evaluation, design construction administration and resolution of change orders and modifications. In addition, Troy’s previous work history includes 2 years at DynCorp International, where he was responsible for the development of a $1.8 billion dollar Multiple Award Task Order Contract for construction throughout the Middle East. The contract procurement was the first of its kind at DynCorp and resulted in the successful bid and award of over $250 million in the first year of the 10 year contract facility.
Troy’s depth of expertise has also been greatly enhanced by his ten years of service as an active duty Army Officer with the US Army Corps of Engineers. His work with the Corps included Construction Project Manager in the Resident Engineer’s office constructing various government office buildings, oversight of low income housing projects, tenant fit-out projects and renovation of various facilities. In addition, Troy was responsible for multiple design and construction projects on military installations, supervision of surveying and material testing teams, and material and logistics coordination for military installations around the U.S. and on deployments abroad. His experience abroad includes construction of bridges and facilities in Ecuador, Paraguay, Costa Rica, Panama, Bolivia, and Somalia.