Alexander Jackson

Alexander Jackson

Philadelphia, PA, US

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Jackson is an architectural designer with over 4 years of experience delivering large, complex institutional projects and unique residential works. He is the current President of the Weitzman Student Council and the 2020-2021 Walter R. Leach II Fellow & William Morris Mehlhorn Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design. 

Significance | Focus | Learner | Deliberative | Futuristic


LO Design Company, Philadelphia, PA, US, Intern Architect

-Delivering residential projects from concept through permitting and construction administration.
-Established design standards and marketing material to win projects and develop business.

Jul 2020 - current

HOK, Philadelphia, PA, US, Intern Architect & BIM Coordinator

-Worked directly with senior project designers, medical planners, and architects.
-Assisted the development of an inpatient bed tower and emergency department.
-Collaborated with Architect of Record coordinating cohesive design intent.
-Supported Medical Planning and Health Sciences architecture studio.

May 2019 - Mar 2020

Trinity: NAC, Columbus, OH, US, Project Associate

-Managed design team of six
-Coordinated architectural development of healthcare facilities, from concept through construction
-Developed master planning and feasibility analysis for University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC)
-Developed conceptual and bid/permit sets adhering to healthcare guidelines and building codes
-Served on the Design Process committee

Mar 2016 - Jan 2019


University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, US, MArch, Master of Architecture

Walter R Leach II Fellowship
William Morris Mehlhorn Scholarship

Aug 2018 - current

The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, US, Bachelors, Architecture

Architecture Honors with Research Distinction

Morrill Scholarship
Ransom Family Scholarship
Architecture School Scholarship

Aug 2012 - May 2016


ULI Hines Student Competition, Honorable Mention


Walter R. Leach II Fellowship, Award


William Morris Mehlhorn Scholarship, Scholarship


James E. Gui '54 Design Competition, Honorable Mention


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