JonAnthony Floyed-Jackson

JonAnthony Floyed-Jackson

Oakland, CA, US



Having graduated with Honors from Tuskegee University, I have over 12 years of meaningful experience as a collaborative Architecture and Design Professional. During my time in the profession, I have worked on a variety of complex small and large scale projects that require a creative but pragmatic mindset.

My successful building endeavors have taken me all across the country including Detroit-MI, Washington DC, Louisville-KY, and most recently the San Francisco Bay Area.

Beyond my career in the architecture and design world, I have spent a number of years studying various forms of music and learning to play an eclectic variety of instruments including: guitar, piano, drums, saxophone, trumpet, etc....

I am always enthusiastic to expand my knowledge as well as help others understand the requirements for completing a building project. In my spare time I serve as Vice President of the National Organization of Minority Architects where I am part of the efforts dedicated towards the Rebuilding Together Projects in the Bay area.


Powell and Partners, Architects, Oakland, CA, US, Intermediate Architect

• Provide design and project management support to Principals
• Correspond with Client and Consultants to ensure obligations are met by all parties
• Create complete Construction Documents and guide coordination among the Consultants
• Cary out permit submittals as well as other Construction Administration duties

Jul 2010 - current

Rebuilding Together, Oakland, CA, US, Team Leader

• Provided design build services for Allendale Recreation Center's community garden
• Aided in problem solving landscape issues found at Brookdale Recreation Center's community garden design build

Feb 2012 - Apr 2012

Rebuilding Together, San Francisco, CA, US, Team Leader

• Rehabilitation of IndoChinese Housing Development Center.

Feb 2011 - Apr 2011

Reno-Weber, Louisville, KY, US, Consultant

• Provided design- build services for single family home

May 2010 - Jun 2010

Rebuilding Together, San Francisco, CA, US, Team Leader

• Design build of Thurgood Marshal High School Library

Feb 2010 - May 2010

Wilder, Oakland, CA, US, Consultant

• Provided design- build services for ground level of duplex

Jul 2009 - Sep 2009

MG2, McLean, VA, US, Job Captain

• Generated new design solutions that became part of the established criteria
• Executed all pre-construction code research to ensure appropriation of building permits
• Directed coordination of Construction Documents for accuracy between disciplines
• Conducted daily Construction Administration tasks through to closeout

Jun 2005 - Nov 2008

Raymond O'Leary, Inc., Detroit, MI, US, Intern Architect

• Originated designs and details to meet the client’s programming needs
• Engaged in the development of all aspects of project, including site and landscaping
• Composed Construction Documents and directed coordination between disciplines
• Carried out Construction Administration duties through to project completion

Feb 2002 - Jun 2005

Albert Kahn Associates, Inc., Detroit, MI, US, Intern Architect

• Generated renderings and models for presentation
• Contributed to programming of interior spaces, as well as creation of elevations and sections
• Aided in the coordination of Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing plans and details

Jul 1999 - Nov 2001

Alfred Benesch and Company, Chicago, IL, US, Intern Architect

• Aided Project Architect with development of construction documents
• Assisted Civil Engineers with roadway surveying and traffic control plans

May 1998 - Aug 1998


City College of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, US, Revit Architecture

Learned the fundamentals of Revit Architecture

Sep 2009 - Dec 2009

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, US, Executive Education Seminar

Learned the theory and application in design of student centers from established leaders in the design field.

Apr 2004 - Apr 2004

Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL, US, BArch, Architecture

The Department of Architecture of Tuskegee University provides training in the art and science of architectural design. Its broadly based curriculum includes course offerings in architectural design, architectural technology, architectural practice, urban planning, and architectural history and theory.

Sep 1994 - Jun 1999


Golden Key National Honor Society, Award

Recognized for being in the top 15% of my class


National Collegiate Architecture and Design Award, 1st Place

Recognized for my creativity in architectural design


Department of Architecture Design Prize, 1st Place

Acknowledged for my ability to produce unique and creative solutions to meet the programs given.


National Dean's List, Award

Awarded for maintaining a grade point average above 3.25


Tau Sigma Delta (Architecture Honor Society), Award

Inducted for being in the top 20% of my class


Tuskegee Architecture alumni Association Award, Scholarship

Recognized for my early proficiency in Architecture


Areas of Specialization