David W. Jackson - Background

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Leadership

Business savvy

Strategic focus

Quickly adapt

Productivity and Profitability.

Expert real estate development and construction

Broad P&L experience

Global project management,

Design-build ventures

Value engineering

Turnarounds

Startups

Joint ventures
Strategic alliances

Business development
Risk management

QC and cost control

Green facilities
CRM

Environmental controls and regulatory compliance

Master of the intricacies of complex mixed-use development and major design-build projects

Well-deserved reputation for turning troubled ventures into winners.

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David W. Jackson - Background

  1. 1. SELECT CAREER PROJECTS FOR DAVID W. JACKSON
  2. 2. DAVID W. JACKSON Throughout his career, David Jackson has demonstratedthat he has the leadership talent, business savvy and functionalbreadth to play a consistently strong role corporate success. Withhis strategic focus, he’s able to quickly adapt to new managementchallenges, proving time and again he can direct a business togreater year-over-year productivity and profitability. Expert in real estate development andconstruction, David has broad P&L experience and has deliveredsignificant value in the areas of global projectmanagement, design-build ventures, valueengineering, turnarounds, startups, joint ventures, strategicalliances, business development, risk management, QC and costcontrol, green facilities, CRM, environmental controls andregulatory compliance Mr. Jackson’s stellar track record is a result of his visionand hands-on/inclusive leadership style. A skilled team builderand problem solver, he delivers complex projects by collaboratingand partnering with all stakeholders. He is also comfortable in thefield as well as in the boardroom. David has achieved consistent success by branchingout into new industries including defense/aerospace, hightech, R&D, retail and commercial. With a reputation for integrityand a commitment to excellence, he ensures win-win ventures thatkeep customers happy, optimize ROI and promote abundantreferral business. In senior-level positions with other construction anddevelopment firms, his ability to master the intricacies of complexmixed-use development and major design-build projects hasensured each employer a strong market position as well as morerobust profits on each project. In addition, his strategic andproblem solving skills have earned a well-deserved reputation forturning troubled ventures into winners.
  3. 3. CITY CENTER RENOVATION 40 SOUTH 7TH STREET MINNEAPOLIS MNThis project was an opportunity to work in a building that had undergonesignificant changes and realized drastic drops in occupancy.City Center retail needed to be reallocated to office and service relatedfunctions. The $18 million dollar project was fast tracked; being designedwhile construction was already underway. The entire third level walkwaywas removed, a Skyway level pedestrian bridge demolished and verticaltransportation was completely redone. The work was undertaken andcompleted while fully accommodating daily foot traffic of 22,000 peopleand in excess of 6,000 office tower occupants.RSP Architects, Michaud Cooley Erickson, BKBM Engineers and Naiztat &Ham served as project design disciplines, with construction servicesprovided by Kraus Anderson Construction Company; all on a negotiatedbasis.
  4. 4. 33 SOUTH SIXTH STREET TOWER MINNEAPOLIS, MNFormerly the Multifoods Tower, this building was completed in the Fall of1981. The 52-story 668-foot tall building was then the second tallest inMinneapolis, currently, it is Minneapolis’ fourth tallest.There are six skyway connections, the Minneapolis Marriott City Center, a584-room full service hotel and a 687 stall parking garage. Located indowntown Minneapolis, 33 South Sixth Street has 1.1 million square feetof office space and 370,000 square feet of retail space.It includes Minneapolis City Center, a retail mall with the largest foodcourt in Minneapolis and six skyway connections. The complex alsoincludes Minneapolis Marriott at City Center, a 31-story 584-room full-service hotel.33 South Sixth Street Tower and City Center was designed bySkidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, Denver, CO and built by PCLConstruction, with engineering by Flack + Kurtz, Denver, CO.
  5. 5. POLARIS INDUSTRIES HEADQUARTERS MEDINA, MNThe challenge was to design and construct a new headquarters for Polaristhat exemplified the active enjoyment that its products inspire. Aselected team created a work environment that is informal and providesthe opportunity for product display and promotion.The 130,000 SF facility houses corporate office functions, a nationaltraining center for Polaris dealers, the companys product design group,warehousing and product storage.The program functions are organized in two buildings linked by a two-story lobby or "main street," that serves as a corporate living room whileoffering opportunities for prototype retail display.HGA and Opus Architects designed the project as a joint venture at thedirection of the Owner. General construction services were provided byOpus Northwest.
  6. 6. COMPUTER NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES MAPLE GROVE, MNThe developer’s original concept was to construct a speculative, threestory suburban office building. Working collaboratively with thetenant’s representative the plans and specification were revised to meetthe needs of this growing data storage device firm.The contractor was able to continue the Shell construction and changeswere implemented applying “fast track” methodologies, daily on-sitecoordination and candid, open dialogues amongst all team members.The building was completed on schedule; new furnishings were bid,selected and installed under budget with CNT taking possession aheadof schedule. Significant work was completed after CNT moved itsassembly protocols on-site.Supplemental cooling and emergency generators were installed withoutnegatively affecting occupancy or the building site.WCL Architects provided Interior architectural design; the shell buildingwas design by Opus Architects, with Opus Northwest providing shelland leasehold construction services.
  7. 7. GAVIIDAE COMMON I MINNEAPOLIS, MNThe first of two phases Gaviidae Common I is a 230,000 square foot, fivelevel, retail center fronting on Nicollet Mall between 6th and 7th Streetsanchored by Saks Fifth Avenue, Off Fifth Outlet, M & I Bank andspecialty retailers.The project architects were Caesar Pelli & Associates, New Haven, CTwith Lohan Associates (now Goettsch Partners), Chicago, IL.The project was constructed by a joint venture of Kraus AndersonConstruction Company and PCL Construction, and engineer of record wasFlack & Kurtz (now WSP Flack + Kurtz) Chicago, IL.
  8. 8. ATK CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS EDEN PRAIRIE, MNThe ATK headquarter facility is a 110,000 square foot Class-A officeproject that was a fast track scheduled project that broke ground July2007 and was occupied April 24th, 2008.The $30 million project was developed on a seven-acre parcel in EdenPrairie, Minnesota; the Shell was designed by Holleran DuitsmanArchitects, Inc.The building was initially designed as a speculative project, but wasdeveloped as a single-user, build-to-suit facility for ATK. The buildingfeatures four (4) stories of office space in addition to amenities thatinclude ATK’s Fireside Café, Fitness Center, and Conference Center.The project is environmentally friendly and includes indirect lighting,the extensive use of recycled products throughout, rain gardens, andunderground storm water retention.The building also features a two-story atrium lobby and the extensiveuse of natural materials that include horizontal Hickory doors veneers,wall treatments, Douglas fir flooring, and the use of Minnesota quarriedtaconite stone accents throughout.The project site includes a 120-stall parking deck, 30 climate controlledexecutive parking stalls beneath the building, and extensive landscaping.
  9. 9. ATK – ADVANCED WEAPONS PLYMOUTH, MNATK Advanced Weapons Systems weighed its facilities options in 2007and decided to consider an expansion of approximately 72,000 squarefeet. David Jackson Associates, Inc. was retained to assemble a designand construction team to study the projects feasibility and work closelywith ATK Facilities.After a twelve (12) month period of programming, design, municipalityentitlement and budgeting, ATK and the property owner entered into afifteen (15) year Lease for the development and construction of a three (3)level expansion to consolidate all Research & Development Labs and;provide consolidated housing of Shared Services and immediatelyadjacent engineering work areas to the newly built Lab space.The expansion will allow ATK to re-stack the existing building of 119,500square feet and rectify so long standing challenges with the Loadingdock and other facility support spaces. The expansion is currently underconstruction (these photos will be upgrades as the project moves towardscompletion) with an occupancy date of Mid December 2009.The project’s general contractor is Kraus Anderson ConstructionCompany; the architect is Pope Associates Saint Paul, MN, withengineering support for Parsons Electric and Schadegg Mechanicalprovided by Michaud Cooley Erickson Engineers, Minneapolis, MN.The site has undergone significant increases in infrastructure servicesand support in advance of the building construction in order toaccommodate ATKs needs for the next fifteen years of occupancy.Additionally the facility is serviced for all of its furniture needs by a SoleSource Agreement with Haworth that affords ATK one of the mostadvantageous furnishings price structures in the USA.
  10. 10. SELECT PROJECTS DAVID W. JACKSONNEW DEVELOPMENTS MANUFACTURING / DISTRIBUTIONCITY CENTER - MINNEAPOLIS, MN POLARIS INDUSTRIES - ROSEAU, MNRBC DAIN PLAZA & GAVIIDAE COMMON - MINNEAPOLIS, MN POLARIS INDUSTRIES - SIOUX FALLS, SDSOUTHPOINT TOWER - BLOOMINGTON, MN CHERNE INDUSTRIES - EDINA, MNNORTHLAND PLAZA - BLOOMINGTON, MN ATK - IUKA, MSVALLEY SQUARE CORPORATE CENTER - GOLDEN VALLEY, MNRECKITT & BENCKISER, PA – WAYNE, NJATK ADVANCED WEAPON SYSTEMS - PLYMOUTH, MN RESTAURANTS & HOSPITALITY LINGUINI & BOB - MINNEAPOLIS, MN METROPOLITAN BALLROOM, GOLDEN VALLEY, MNCORPORATE HEADQUARTERS NANKIN, MINNEAPOLIS, MNALLIANT TECHSYSTEMS INC. – EDEN PRAIRIE, MN OL MEXICO - MINNEAPOLIS, MNSCHWAN’S CONSUMER BRANDS NA – BLOOMINGTON, MN DAMICO & SONS (HENNEPIN) - MINNEAPOLIS, MNINTERNET BROADCAST SYSTEMS – SAINT PAUL, MN DAMICO & SONS (GAVIIDAE) - MINNEAPOLIS, MNTARGET CORPORATION – MINNEAPOLIS, MN SCOTTIES ON 7TH - MINNEAPOLIS, MNPOLARIS INDUSTRIES INC. – MEDINA, MN AZURE (GAVIIDAE) - MINNEAPOLIS, MNSULZER-SPINETECH INC. – EDINA MN MARQUETTE HOTEL (RENOVATION 1985-87) - MINNEAPOLIS, MNPRA SOLUTIONS – MINNEAPOLIS, MN FOOD COURT @ CITY CENTER (ALL TENANTS 1981) - MINNEAPOLIS, MNCOMPUTER NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES – PLYMOUTH, MN ORANGE JULIUSACCENTURE – MINNEAPOLIS, MN DAIRY QUEENINTERNATIONAL MULTIFOODS – MINNEAPOLIS, MN ARBYSRECKITT & BENCKISER, PA – WAYNE, NJ TACO BELLDECISION SYSTEMS INC. – MINNEAPOLIS, MN SABARROSAIRWICK INDUSTRIES – WAYNE, NJ CECILS DELINORTHRUP KING – GOLDEN VALLEY, MN BAJA SOL (CITY CENTER) - MINNEAPOLIS, MNDURKEE/FRENCH FOODS – WAYNE, NJ JAMBA JUICE (CITY CENTER) - MINNEAPOLIS, MN DERBY LOUNGE (LOUISVILLE GALLERIA 1986 - LOUISVILLE, KY CAMPIELLO (UPTOWN) MINNEAPOLIS, MN AU BON PAIN - MINNEAPOLIS, MN GREEK GRILL, MINNEAPOLIS, MNOFFICE LEASEHOLD IMPROVEMENTSRIDER BENNETT EGAN & ARUNDEL - MINNEAPOLIS, MNGRAY, PLANT MOOTY, MOOTY & BENNETT (33 SOUTH SIXTH STREET)ACCENTURE (ACCENTURE TOWER)ESPEL GREEN LAW FIRM (ACCENTURE TOWER) RETAILB & N BANK (ACCENTURE TOWER) BROOKS BROTHERS - IDS CENTER MINNEAPOLIS, MNMEAGHER & GEER (33 SOUTH SIXTH STREET) LIEMANDTSUBS PAINEWEBBER (33 SOUTH SIXTH STREET) JACKSON GRAVESMORGAN STANLEY SMITH BARNEY (ACCENTURE TOWER) HALLMARK STORESBOWNE FINANCIAL (ACCENTURE TOWER) MINNEAPOLIS, MNMICHAUD COOLEY ERICKSON (ACCENTURE TOWER) SAINT PAULGOLDBERG & JOHNSON (33 SOUTH SIXTH STREET) SPRING LAKE PARKAT & T (SOUTH POINT TOWER) LIMITEDCHERNE INDUSTRIES - EDINA, MN VICTORIA SECRETPRO STAFF - MINNEAPOLIS, MN POLO COUNTRY STORE - SOUTH HAMPTON, NY

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