As a Project Manager in CSHQA’s Boise office, Jackson Goss manages projects from conception through completion. Serving in the Air Force for 12 years, he brings a unique perspective and understanding of how the military and federal government design and build construction projects. He has worked on several projects around the world, allowing him to experience different building techniques we may not be familiar with in the US.
Jackson always loved building things growing up, whether it was building blocks or treehouses. “Building sustainably has always been a passion. Being good stewards with materials selection and the overall project is important to me.” He is particularly proud of his involvement with Engineering Ministries International (eMi) where he helped to develop Master Plans for orphanages and schools in India and Africa. The opportunity to give back to the community and really connect with the project and what it stood for was extremely rewarding.
Jackson loves spending time with his family, you can often find them on the Greenbelt biking, or playing in the backyard. He loves vegetable gardening during the summer and enjoys doing DIY projects as well.
Licensing and Certification
Engineering Intern (EIT): FL
Secret Security Clearance
Member, Society of American Military Engineers (SAME)