travis nadeau, LEED AP BD+C
Travis brings over seventeen years of experience in a wide range of municipal, residential, civic, religious, and retail projects, from 70-unit apartment buildings to 175,000 square foot retail entertainment centers. His resume includes the design coordination of six historic tax credit projects, and winners of two Maine Preservation Awards, with the 49-unit Lofts at Bates Mill and the Business Service Center, the adaptive reuse of Maine's first indoor automobile dealership in downtown Lewiston, Maine. Focused on client satisfaction and effective communication, the design of parking garages has been a specialty for Travis, with projects including a 380-vehicle garage in Lewiston, a 730-vehicle parking structure for the Thompson's Point mixed-use development in Portland, Maine, and a 523-vehicle parking component of a mixed-use development in historic Downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
A tremendous asset to his clients, Travis brings a practical perspective to complex design issues and a strong focus on quality construction documents. With all of his projects, he works hard to build consensus with well-pitched design concepts and beautifully detailed architectural renderings. These qualities have proven particularly valuable with projects that have intensive design review and public participation, where his skillful blend of design and diplomacy incorporates the collective considerations toward enhancing architectural design.
In addition to his design work, Travis has extensive carpentry and contracting experience through his many renovations of light wood-framed residential projects, giving him a solid base of hands-on problem-solving experience and wide-ranging understanding of various construction costs and fabrication techniques.
Bachelor of Architecture
Study Abroad Program
LEED AP BD+C
Building Design & Construction
NCARB Intern Development Program
Town of Chebeague Island
Planning Board Member