For people, for business, for better.
Building Services Designers and Advisers
We are Jacksons Engineering
As designers in mechanical (HVAC), electrical and hydraulics engineering, we provide expert advice to improve the operation, control, management and planning of commercial buildings and industrial sites.
We are Jacksons Engineering, engineers of positive environmental change. Working with building managers and owners, we engineer building service solutions that incorporate HVAC, hydraulics and electrical assets into existing buildings.
Through the operation, control, management and planning of these assets, we improve the health, comfort and efficiency of commercial buildings and industrial sites.
As a national business with global partnerships, we bring thought leadership to the environmental building sector with the ability to look at a problem from every viewpoint. We design total solutions that fit the nature of your business, flexing and changing with you and your people.
Our out-of-the-box thinking offers a different angle of approach and expands the solutions made possible.
Engineering solutions to building challenges
Your problems are ours, and our response is based on thorough knowledge and understanding of your situation. If there’s a problem with your building that you want to solve, we’re the team to call.
We are an insight-based business, starting every project by understanding the problems you face today while also contemplating the changes and challenges that may lie ahead. Tell us about the issues you face, and we will work with you to plan a path ahead that’s firmly focused on the specifics of your business and its unique dynamic.
When dealing with existing building services plant and equipment it is essential that the future life expectancy for an individual item of plant is considered and understood. To estimate the future life expectancy for items of plant and equipment it is important to...
Welcome to part four of our four-part series on the impact that poor IAQ has on occupant wellbeing. In the final article we consider the opposing forces of energy and health, and how we can change the way we think. If you missed part- one, The Impact of Poor IAQ on...
Welcome to part three of our four-part series on the impact that poor IAQ has on occupant wellbeing. This time we discuss measuring what really matters, and how to utilise data to make a positive change. If you missed part- one, The Impact of Poor IAQ on Wellbeing, or...