New MEP partner at Cundall

Cundall has welcomed Andrew Jackson as the newest partner in the London office as a part of the Building Services team.

Multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy Cundall has welcomed Andrew Jackson as the newest partner in the London office as a part of the Building Services team. 

Jackson joins the practice from Foster+Partners, where he has led the environmental engineering team on complex projects for the last decade. 

With more than 17 years of experience in the industry, Jackson has led multi-disciplinary engineering teams on complex projects in the UK, Europe, Asia, Russia, North America and the Middle East.

He has been working in engineering design and consultancy since 2005, and became a chartered engineer in 2011, after completing projects across all major construction sectors.

In recent years, Jackson has successfully led teams to deliver commercial and mixed-use projects, overseeing them through all design stages and always ensuring technical excellence. 

Such projects include the Lusail Towers in Qatar, Oceanwide Centre in San Francisco, and the China Merchants Bank HQ in Shenzen, China. 

Through his work across the globe, he has developed a strong interest in sustainable building design and climate adaptation, which he brings to all his projects. 

He is an expert in designing innovative, high-performing HVAC systems to meet the requirements of global sustainability benchmarking systems including BREEAM, LEED, WELL and GSAS.

Jackson has been both a visiting professor on the subject of sustainable building design at the University of Sheffield and a STEM ambassador. 

He said: “I am very excited to join the Cundall family in London. Cundall’s focus on sustainable design reflects my passions for creating better buildings.

“I hope to achieve this with my team through an integrated approach to design, with open collaboration between key disciplines early in the design evolution process and the use of advanced analytical tools to inform design decisions and optimisation.”

Carole O’Neil, global managing partner for Cundall, added: “We are very pleased to have Andrew join the team. His passion and expertise for sustainable building design and built environments with climate-adaptability are not only intrinsic to Cundall’s philosophies, but also vital to our future in the face of climate change.”

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