Mr. Jackson has more than fifteen years of estimating experience with five years as a LEED accredited professional. His estimating responsibilities include pre-contract negotiations, post award budgeting, and negotiated fee applications. As lead estimator, he is versed in all of the CSI Master Format accounts including site work, infrastructure, structural requirements, building envelope practices, and all related mechanical, electrical, and piping requirements. Mr. Jackson¿s work history is very diverse with experience in industry sectors...
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• Senior level estimator responsible for energy and construction project services support during pre-contract negotiation, post contract budgeting, engineering estimates, pre-construction services, and construction change order budgeting / validation for mechanical, structural, architectural, electrical, and civil scopes of work.
• Lead estimator responsible for driving, coordinating, and working with discipline specific estimators assembling total cost estimates ranging from “order of magnitude” to “definitive” level for a range of clients and end uses. Sample projects include industrial process facilities, oil & gas processing, pharmaceutical manufacturing, and light rail - design, build, finance, operate, and maintain, with values of up to $1 billion.
• Lead estimator with the Federal services group working on NNSA’s Second Line of Defense program installing radiation portal monitors at border crossings, airports, and seaports internationally, as well as competitive bid projects for the Air Force, Army, and other US Government entities in CONUS and OCONUS locations with values up to $100 million. Actively involved in the direct cost and whole cost rollup of all disciplines.
• Managed all types of commercial construction including site work, infrastructure, and building envelope from Greenfield to owner occupancy including Restaurants, retail free standing and build outs, remodels, health care, and office. Typical projects are procured through competitive bid packages...
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