Louis Jackson

Louis is a senior project manager for Camp Dresser & McKee Inc. (CDM) a multi-national engineering, consulting, operations, and construction firm where he manages large, multi-disciplined projects throughout the Louisiana and Mississippi Gulf Coast. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of New Orleans.

Following Hurricane Katrina, Louis was responsible for leading a diverse team of 55 people in providing temporary FEMA trailers for over 1200 families in Algiers and the Lower Ninth Ward.

He has also served as Design Manager and Construction Manager for the Sewer System Evaluation and Rehabilitation Program (SSERP) where he was responsible for managing the design and construction of projects to renew and rehabilitate the sewer system of the City of New Orleans and restore structural integrity to the system.

Currently, Louis is the program director for the FEMA Funded Facility and Infrastructure Recovery in St. Bernard Parish, the project manager for the development of a Stormwater Master Plan for the City of New Orleans, and Project Director for the effort to consolidate wastewater collection and treatment in St. Tammany Parish.

Louis is a Registered Civil Engineer in the State of Louisiana.