Jim Hackman came to what was then Reese Engineering in 1997, shortly after its founding, and became a named partner in 2019. Today he helps direct overall management, in particular facilities and human resources. On the job, he has overseen a wide variety of education, senior living, recreation, government, and healthcare projects.
Charlie, a sweet purebred Dalmatian, who loves to graze in the blueberry patch.
If I’m not working, I’m probably:
Trying to decide what’s a weed and what’s not in the garden.
Last great book I read:
A 1965 biography of Frank Lloyd Wright that I found at a wonderful, jam-packed used bookstore in the Milwaukee airport.
The joy of watching the summer sunset from a kayak on Blue Hill Bay in Maine.
Tour the U.K. with my husband, Alan, and children, Anne and Brian.
After working on the project from design through construction, seeing residents move into a skilled-nursing facility that is more like a five-star hotel than a hospital.
Bachelor of Architectural Engineering, Penn State University, 1984