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ACG Member, Charles Jackson III is a Commissioning Team Manager, Sustainable Building Partners; BS, Electrical Engineering, Drexel University

From the age of 10, Jackson knew he wanted to be an engineer. He now has more than a decade of experience as a project manager and is skilled in the systematic and documented commissioning processes to ensure government, commercial, and mission-critical facility infrastructure systems perform efficiently and operate as designed. Jackson conducts reviews to ensure compliance with client criteria, codes, standards, local regulations, and company policies/procedures. 

Charles Jackson III ACG Member becomes 40 Under 40

Using this knowledge has allowed him to author sections in the new revised ACG Building Systems Commissioning Guideline. He has experience managing and commissioning multiple types of projects, including mission-critical facilities, data centers, federal, commercial, health care, and residential. He has worked on one of the most significant renovation projects, the Pentagon Renovation Program. Managing large multiphase renovation projects allowed Jackson to understand the complexities of swing spaces, outages, partial-testing, and phased turnovers. His knowledge of building systems includes HVAC/R, electrical, fire alarm, fire protection, security, telecom and integrated building technologies. He also has experience commissioning complex power switching sequences, battery backup and systemwide pull-the-plug scenarios. Jackson’s background as a contractor, designer, consultant and owner’s representative allows him to have a well-rounded view of the entire construction process, ensuring the client’s goals are being met. Read More