Troy Thompson to Lead Testing, Balancing Services at WSP USA

Troy Thompson has been tapped to lead testing and balancing services, including critical space testing for healthcare facilities, within the Property and Buildings business at WSP USA.

Thompson joined WSP a decade ago as an Associated Air Balance Council-certified technician, providing him with industry standards for field measurement and documentation for HVAC systems. He uses comprehensive programs to identify and correct costly performance deficiencies before the project is closed out, providing clients with a smooth transition from construction to occupancy.

Last year, Thomson led WSP critical space testing teams at several healthcare facilities, including the Meritus Medical Center’s regional infectious containment unit project, a 20-bed, 12,800-square-foot addition to the Hagerstown, Maryland facility that was delivered in four months to provide care for COVID-19 patients; Johns Hopkins Medicine’s Sibley Memorial Hospital, a 450,000-square-foot, 263-private-room tower designed by WSP that included a 30-bed floor that could be converted to a negative pressure unit and critical space testing for WellSpan Health’s York Hospital in York, Pennsylvania and Johns Hopkins Health System’s Suburban Hospital in Bethesda, Maryland.