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Trina Nolan

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Trina Nolan joined Binswanger in 2022 and has over seven years of experience leading small, medium, and large-scale projects for major healthcare facilities, universities, and office fit-outs with budgets ranging from $1 million to $1.6 billion. She started her career as a project manager for a signage design and manufacturing firm where she oversaw the project management department and managed over 40 projects simultaneously for top clients like Christiana Health, Penn Medicine, Villanova, and SEI.

Trina continued her career at HBS, a leading equipment planning, project management, and transition planning group. There, she served as an owner’s rep and consultant for Penn Medicine for two years, managing facility activation, transition planning, furniture fixtures, lab equipment, and inspection preparations.

Trina successfully managed and completed over a dozen projects during her tenure. The largest was the Penn Medicine Pavilion, a 1.5 million-square-foot, 1.6-billion-dollar hospital in Philadelphia. Her duties on the Penn Pavilion project included co-managing the activation of 47 operating rooms, a multi-phase DAAC inspection, Board of Pharmacy inspections, the training and education of 10,000 staff members, logistics planning, schedule management, and coring and keying of the building.

Trina continued her career managing office fit-outs ranging from 5,000 square feet to 30,000 square feet. Her duties included pre-design consulting, contract negotiations, construction management, coordination of FF&E, decommissioning, move management, commissioning, and project close-out.  

Trina is a member of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the Commercial Real Estate for Women (CREW) network and a former member of the Association of Medical Facility Professionals (AMFP). She is OSHA-10 certified and has completed the Construction Manager-in-Training (CMIT) certification program.

In her free time, Trina enjoys instructing yoga and is trained in trauma-sensitive yoga for recovery and mental health.