Kieran Jackson

Associate Director / Fire Protection Team Lead / Melbourne

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p: +61 3 9521 1195
m: +61 428 891 433

I am passionate about digging deep into what my clients need and utilising my design and build background to take them on the project journey from start to finish.

Kieran is an experienced construction project manager with 17 years’ experience and a demonstrated history in fire protection design and documentation. He has a solid operational background, but his biggest passion is using his design and build background to dig deep into his client’s needs. Before joining ADP, Kieran worked for a major contractor, where his point of difference was taking a more boutique-style approach that has lent itself successfully to consulting.

A people person by nature, Kieran enjoys working closely with his clients and broader project teams to thoroughly understand a project and provide solutions, innovations, and ideas to deliver successfully on a project’s aspiration.

Kieran has worked on both large construction projects and minor works, where his typical project load could be 40 to 50 projects, giving him strong project management and scheduling skills.

His experience includes the New Cold Facility (Advance Cold Logistics), a 40-meter high bay warehouse in Derrimut and one of Melbourne’s most significant ASFR projects. He also worked on Monash University, where he designed the fire services for Green Chemical Futures building, which included laboratories and education spaces.

One of his favourite projects was with Sugar Australia, which was looking to satisfy their insurance and building compliance on their late 1800s Yarraville refinery. Kieran delivered a solution that provided the full scope of structural, fire and building service requirements to ensure a reduced life safety risk and insurance cost. He will never forget the sweet smell of high piled sugar when visiting the warehouse.

Outside of work, if you can’t find him swinging his club on the golf course, he will be out and about on his motorbike.

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